Make time to nurture your relationship with your dog. It pays huge dividends of the heart.
Dog ears are fascinating. They help dogs hear, smell, and communicate with other dogs.
How would your dog describe you? With your best interest at heart, what advice would your dog give you?
Even when we’re not trying to teach our dogs, we are. And sometimes, they teach themselves!
I’m inviting you to think about what might make life better for you and your dog, and promise your dog that you will do it in 2022. Here are a few ideas.
Have you thought about what your dog might hope for in 2022? I bet you that top of the list would be more time with you.
So what awaits us all in 2022? I don’t usually make New Year resolutions, but I do try to have New Year hopes. Here are a few on my list.
The relationships between you and your vet, your dog and your vet, and your dog and you are some of the most important relationships in your dog’s life.
A dog’s tail has many purposes and transmits a lot of information to other dogs and people. So “bone” up on your tail knowledge!
Of course dogs grieve the loss of other dogs. But they do it as individuals, just like we do. You can’t judge how a dog chooses to grieve.
We work hard to get our canine friends to understand what we are saying. It’s equally important to understand their perspective and what they’re saying to us.
Do you think dogs understand spoken word? Do you think they can communicate through thought? Or only body language?