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Dogs Pine Too – Has Your Dog Lost a Partner?

Dogs Pine Too – Has Your Dog Lost a Partner?

Dogs really do suffer from grief and pining for pack members that have suddenly disappeared from their lives. I always thought that dogs were pretty much OK as long as they had their favorite human – until a few years ago.

How to deal with a whining dog

How to deal with a whining dog

Whining in puppies

As puppies, it comes naturally: a very young puppy will whine without even realizing it when she’s hungry, tired, or cold. The mother dog will respond to this whining with milk, warmth, and a safe place to sleep – and as time goes on, the puppy begins to realize the association between the two. This is when she begins to whine deliberately, to notify her mom that something’s amiss or that she needs something.

Things My Dog Told Me Today

Things My Dog Told Me Today

Once you can recognise a dog’s body language you suddenly become very aware of all the unspoken messages he is giving you every day. Forget about the noises he can articulate, gestures are just as important on Planet Dog – if not more so.

From head nudges to bowing gestures, lip licking and rolling on his back these and many others are easy to decipher if you know the secret of dog body language…

Do You Talk Dog?

Do You Talk Dog?

I’m sure you’ve seen those amusing video compilations on Amazon where dogs are filmed apparently talking. Usually the owners hear what they want to hear as in “I want my Mama!”

Well instead of pretending dogs can talk ‘human’ why not try to learn to speak ‘dog’?