Articles

Dog Behavior

The Top Five Dog Behavior Problems and How You Can Solve Them

Category: Dog Training
The solutions to the top 5 problems dog owners have: Dog Behavior #1 Leash Pulling Have a dog that is always pulling on his leash whenever you go for a walk? According to dog trainer and behaviour expert Inger Martens, part of this problem may lie in trigger words, such as “Do you want to go for a walk?” As Inger explains, sometimes phrases like these “create chaos and craziness” in your dog even before the walk has started.  more
how to break up a dog fight

How To Break Up A Dog Fight - Ask an Expert

Category: Dog Life
Have you ever wondered how to break up a dog fight? There must be a safe way you can intervene between two fighting dogs. Apprehensive in Alberta had the same question, so we reached out to dog expert Jennifer Messer to help us. more
Can dogs eat eggs?

Can Dogs Eat Eggs?

Category: Nutrition
Eggs are a source of protein, calcium, vitamin A, folate, vitamin D, and fat for your canine friend. Dogs can eat eggs that are boiled, scrambled, poached, or even fried with a little bit of butter (as a special treat). They are versatile and a great treat for your dog to eat. One large egg contains 70 C, so for small dogs, it may be best to divide the cooked egg into smaller portions and feed it over several days. more
Dog attack

Dog Park Dog Attack - Ask An Expert

Category: Dog Training
What should you do if your dog gets attacked at the park. Tracy in Austin had the same questions. We turned to expert Ian Dunbar to find out what do when dogs attack. We have also talked to an expert dog trainer on how to break up a dog fight safely if you are ever put in that unfortunate position. more
can dogs eat cheese

Can Dogs Eat Cheese? Yes, but Depends on Your Dog.

Category: Health
The short answer is that cheese alone is non-toxic to dogs, but it depends on your dog’s individual sensitivities whether you should feed it to them. Dogs can eat cheese, but there are a few things to keep in mind before you start feeding your pup big chunks of cheddar. more

Pages

Dog of the Week!

fin2.jpg
Meet: Fynn