Dog Boot Camps: Pros and Cons
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by DogingtonPost Editor
1w ago
Just like boot camps for humans, board-and-train facilities exist for dogs.  For owners that are having a hard time training their dogs, board and train facilities may be the answer. Owners of dogs are guaranteed a well-behaved dog at the end of a stay of two weeks or more when they entrust their pets to ..read more
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Why Are Dogs Scared Of Vacuums?
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by DogingtonPost Editor
1M ago
Vacuuming is an easy task. Well, if your dog is not afraid of them!  Have you ever questioned the reason behind your dog’s fear of the vacuum? Is it the movement of the furniture or is it the loud noise? It is commonly known that dogs and vacuums do not get along, but few of ..read more
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How To Stop Your Dog From Chewing On Wood?
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by DogingtonPost Editor
1M ago
Coming home to wooden furniture or wood trim that has been chewed on by dogs or that has even been partially destroyed is a common occurrence for dog owners. So why do dogs like to chew on wood?  It’s a simple fact that dogs chew on wood because they enjoy chewing on different objects. That ..read more
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What To Do If Your Dog Is Resource Guarding
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by DogingtonPost Editor
1M ago
Resource guarding, also known as possessive aggression, occurs when your dog becomes excessively possessive, such as by growling or biting over a resource or a cherished item.  While resource guarding is a natural behavior for dogs, there are certain things we can do at home to reassure our dogs that they don’t have to go ..read more
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Why Do Dogs Bark?
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by DogingtonPost Editor
2M ago
When a dog barks, it can have various meanings depending on the situation. Dogs use vocal communication to express their feelings and barking is one of the main forms that they use.  By listening to a specific bark, many owners can tell what their dogs want. One easy way to decode their bark is by ..read more
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The Best Parenting Style For Your Dog, According to Study
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by DogingtonPost Editor
2M ago
As a fur parent, you may be wondering whether you’re parenting your fur baby the right way. In this blog, we’ll talk about a study done that aimed to understand the best parenting style for your dog. According to animal behaviorists at Oregon State University, if you parent your dog in an “authoritative” manner, it ..read more
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Why Does Your Dog Put Their Paws On You?
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by DogingtonPost Editor
3M ago
Most dog owners have probably had their dog paw at their legs. While some may dismiss this behavior as an annoyance, it is actually your dog’s attempt to connect with you. And it can suggest something very nice. Your dog communicates with you through their paws, which they place on you softly or not so ..read more
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What To Do If Your Dog Is Afraid Of Meeting New People
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by DogingtonPost Editor
3M ago
Some dogs have a severe fear of strangers. Dogs often exhibit fearfulness when near strangers. When they see someone new, they quake, shrink, and make an attempt to hide.  Some people presume right away that these dogs have suffered past abuse. This is not typically the case. Most of the time, a dog’s fear of ..read more
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What To Do If Your Dog Is Growling At Nothing
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by DogingtonPost Editor
3M ago
When your dog begins growling and barking incoherently, it might be confusing. Your dog, who was previously quiet, is suddenly a vocalization mess. Your dog’s natural way of expressing discomfort, distress, or vigilance is by growling. Your dog’s snarling can appear like a lifeline whenever there is an intruder in the house. But when your ..read more
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What Is A Dog Whale Eye?
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by DogingtonPost Editor
3M ago
Dog trainers use the term “whale eye” to describe a dog’s body language when the whites of his eyes (the sclera) are exposed. The dog will slightly avert his head, but his gaze will remain locked on something or someone. His eye whites will form a half-moon shape, generally on the inner or outer side ..read more
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