Can Dogs Eat Blueberries?
You may be tempted to give your canine companion a blueberry or two as you enjoy a fruity snack.
The good news is that it’s safe to feed your dog blueberries in moderation. In this article, we’re going to hear from some experts to learn more about dogs and blueberries.
Why Do Dogs Wag Their Tails
Have you ever pondered why your dog wags their tail?They may do it when you get home from a day at work, or when you prepare their food at dinnertime.We spoke to five experts, ranging from dog behaviorists to dog massage therapists, vets to dog trainers, to find out why dogs wag their tails.
25 Entrepreneurs Explain Their Motivation to Grow Their Business
Being an entrepreneur or business owner has its share of ups and downs. While the downs can be pretty low the ups always seem to triumph for a true entrepreneur at heart. Milestones are what entrepreneurs and business owners work towards.
Social Media Trends to Look Out For in 2021
No facet of your marketing campaign moves quicker than social media. Posts you’ve spent hours upon days carefully creating and curating can have a lifetime of mere minutes on certain social media apps, especially when you take into account an ever-revolving door of new updates and algorithm changes.
Why Dog Training Services Are More Important Than Ever
Perhaps all the time spent at home with dogs isn’t as beneficial as we initially thought. Top Gun Dog Training Academy is reporting a rise in cases of aggression, fear and anxiety across dogs of all ages due to the nationwide stay-at-home orders brought upon by the COVID-19 pandemic.
8 experts share their best dog training tips
Here’s how certified dog trainers and AKC professionals train basic commands and handle undesirable behaviors like humping, biting, and peeing on your couch.
Trainers, Behaviorists Report Rise in Aggressive Dog Cases Since COVID-19 Pandemic
Trainers and behaviorists have seen a rise in cases of dog aggression, fear, and anxiety since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and global stay-at-home orders. Even very young puppies, ages 8-12 weeks old, are developing aggression issues such as resource guarding and people aggression
Rise in Aggressive Dog Cases Since COVID-19 Pandemic
DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla., Sept. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Top Gun Dog Training in South Florida has seen a rise in cases of dog aggression, fear, and anxiety. Even dogs that are very young puppies, ages 8-12 weeks old, are developing aggression issues such as resource guarding and people aggression.
Article - Dogs, like humans, need mental and physical stimulation. The world may have stopped to a certain degree, but at least one thing hasn’t changed: dogs, like humans, need physical and mental stimulation.
Video - Social distancing stressful for pets as well as their humans. A dog trainer says bad behavior calls have increased and it could be due to dogs feeling the stress their owners are under. WPTV's Linnie Suppal reports.
Article & Video - How to keep your dog's behavior in check during coronavirus outbreak . As our nation continues to grapple with the coronavirus outbreak, a South Florida dog trainer is helping families with uneasy pets.