How to End Your Dog’s Urine Marking for Good
Urine marking is a behavioral issue, not caused by poor housebreaking or needing to urinate frequently. Marking is more common in male dogs, but some female dogs may also mark. Causes include anxiety, not being neutered or fixed, lack of exercise, medical issues, habit, and the smell of urine not properly cleaned.
9 Signs Your Dog Might Have Hip Dysplasia and What to Do for It
Hip dysplasia in dogs can occur at any age and can cause an usual gait, pain response, hesitation on jumping or climbing, and decrease in movement. Joint supplements, especially started in puppyhood can help, as well as weight management, gentle exercise, physical therapy, and in some instances, surgery.
7 Ways to Manage Your Dog’s Uncontrollable Shedding
It's normal for dogs to shed. However certain breeds and health conditions may make your dog shed more than usual. If your dog is shedding excessively, make sure they have the proper nutritional intake, are free from fungal and parasitic infections, are properly hydrated, and regularly bathed and groomed.
5 Helpful Bedtime Routines to Calm a Restless Dog at Night
Some dogs come alive at night. A good bedtime routine that promotes relaxation will help them calm down and get a good night's sleep. Spending time together, giving a calming treat, getting the right bed, playing calming music, and using calming scents can help your dog calm down and go to sleep.