How To Calm A Dog’s Breathing Down – 10 Useful Methods

How to Calm a Dog's Breathing Down

Dogs’ pants and fast breaths can occur due to various reasons. This could be playful activities, anxiety, stress, fever, overheating, or more. While some of the reasons for a dog’s rapid breath are normal, others will require immediate medical attention. Whichever the case, you need to know how to calm a dog’s breathing down. Methods … Read more How To Calm A Dog’s Breathing Down – 10 Useful Methods

9 Reasons Why Some Dogs Are Too Active After Spay

Dog too active after spay

If you’ve ever had a dog spayed or neutered, then you probably already know that there’s a lot of downtimes involved after surgery. It’s normal for dogs to spend anywhere between 2 weeks and four months recovering from their procedure. During this time, your pet needs to stay inactive and rest. However, there are times … Read more 9 Reasons Why Some Dogs Are Too Active After Spay

Why Does My Dog Squint At Me? – Explanation

Why does my dog squint at me

Dogs generally love to use their eyes to communicate. When your dog squints at you, you might find it cute. This gesture is usually a way for the dog to express gratitude, apologize, or even be a technique in begging. It applies to two different situations. First, when your dog squints at you and stays/comes … Read more Why Does My Dog Squint At Me? – Explanation

Why Does My Dog Shake When I Pet Him?

Why does my dog shake when I pet him

Dogs are generally sweet creatures. However, understanding their behavior can be extremely difficult. It has been hammered on many times; it is essential to learn about dogs’ attitudes. However, when you do not understand your dog, you can sometimes exaggerate the effect of what they are doing. It might have happened that you are petting … Read more Why Does My Dog Shake When I Pet Him?

Why Does My Dog Lay Down When I Approach Him? (Explained!)

Why does my dog lay down when I approach him

Understanding how a dog communicates has not been made easy by the dogs themselves. They tend to communicate in various ways, which can be confusing at times. However, the most common way for dogs to communicate has always been their body language. Facial expressions, pity eye contact, tail wagging, and laying on their side/back are examples of body language used … Read more Why Does My Dog Lay Down When I Approach Him? (Explained!)

Dog Acts Like Something Is Stuck In Its Mouth – Causes

Dog acts like something stuck in mouth

Occasionally dogs bend over and use their paws in a way that looks like something is stuck in their mouth. Sometimes dogs make choking sounds that indicate that something is stuck in the throat or mouth. Regardless choking sounds and the excessive use of paws on the mouth can be alarming and life-threatening. It can … Read more Dog Acts Like Something Is Stuck In Its Mouth – Causes

How To Strengthen Old Dog’s Hind Legs – Full Guide

How To Strengthen Old Dogs Hind Legs

If you own an old dog, then you probably already know that its hind legs tend to get weaker over time. It is because dogs naturally walk on their front legs and use their back legs for support. As a result, their back legs become weak and less flexible. When this occurs, the dog has … Read more How To Strengthen Old Dog’s Hind Legs – Full Guide

Dog Walking With Head Down – Behavior Explained

Why is my dog walking with head down

There may be several reasons why some dogs walk with their head down. The dog may be feeling ignored and vulnerable and display upset behavior. It may not be feeling well because of an infection or disease. They can also be in the state of a depressive phase. Dog walking with head down is not … Read more Dog Walking With Head Down – Behavior Explained

My Dog Ate Oxygen Absorber – What Now?

My dog ate oxygen absorber what now

Iron poisoning is common in dogs. One of the ways a dog gets poisoned is through the consumption of oxygen absorbers. Oxygen absorbers are small packets of iron granules found in dehydrated or pre-prepared foods. These package foods include beef jerky, pepperoni, and dried fruits. Oxygen absorbers prevent dried foods from turning rancid or oxidizing. … Read more My Dog Ate Oxygen Absorber – What Now?

Dog Guarding Food But Not Eating (Explained!)

Dog Guarding Food But Not Eating

A dog in the wild has to guard its food and its young. It is fighting for its very survival. Sometimes this guarding instinct is carried over to domestic dogs. This guarding behavior is also known as possessive aggression. It can be concerning for a dog owner who tries to remove something from a dog … Read more Dog Guarding Food But Not Eating (Explained!)