Your dogs are happy to see you when you walk in the front door. Puppies will explode into an energetic fit of affection when you come home, when someone enters your house, or when they see a doggie friend. Most consider it cute to see
Training your dog is great for your dog and great for you the owner. It will shape their future, and vets will tell dog lovers that a well trained dog is a happy and healthy dog. Sufficient training will shape your dog’s personality and if
Bringing a new dog into your home is one of the most exciting, rewarding things you can do. If they’re a rescue, they’ll surely reward your kindness with love, affection, and years of zany antics. If you’ve gotten a puppy or young adult dog (or
Dog behavior expert Caesar Milan is fond of saying “Every dog needs a job.” Many disagree with Cesar’s methods, but it’s tough to argue with this philosophy.
The reality is, your dog was bred to perform a task. Even mixed breeds have the need to “work.”
A recent study published in Science, by a team of Hungarian journalists finds that your dog understands both emotion and the lexicon of our words.
What does this mean for you?
The next time someone gives you trouble for those conversations with your dog you can tell
Golden Retrievers are one of America’s most popular breeds, in fact the third most popular currently. They are incredible social and have a wonderful temperament for all kinds of dog lovers. They typically weigh between 60 and 90 pounds. They have a wonderful disposition and
Most dogs aren't born knowing how to swim. Even the water retrievers, like Labradors and Golden Retrievers, should understand how to swim as young adults or pups. This requires some training and a little push from their puppy parents. Training to teach a dog how