Although genetics can be a factor, aggressive behavior in a dog is often better managed, decreased or even avoided with proper training. Here’s how.
Who says old dogs don’t have a good time? Try these stimulating games to get your senior pup moving around and having fun.
If going to a general practice vet facility raises your cat’s hackles, try a feline-only veterinary clinic, where cats are the top priority.
Going back to work soon after weeks of working from home? Here’s how to help your dog or cat cope with these big changes.
When choosing a cat, do you stick to a particular gender? You might be missing out on a lot of affection.
Wondering how to get your cat to like you even more — or to snuggle with you? Here are our best tips for creating a lasting bond.
You may wonder why your dog always follows you everywhere around the house. Here are some possible reasons (plus what you can do about it).
This expert guide features step-by-step instructions for a dozen different tricks you can teach your dog.
Each individual dog or cat will have personal preferences. But there are a few spots on their bodies where they all seem to enjoy being petted.
Stairs can be tricky for puppies. Here’s how to teach your puppy to climb the stairs — plus, how to troubleshoot when the training isn’t working.
If your cat seems lonely, here is how to create an environment that allows your cat to do what cats want to do: stalk, pounce, hunt, climb and scratch.
Chances are, your cat doesn’t really “hate” you — they’re just trying to tell you something super important. Here’s what you need to know.
Training a young puppy can be frustrating. Help your new pet — and yourself — through the growing pains with these essential puppy training tips.
Surprisingly, hand signals are often just as easy to teach as verbal commands. Here’s our expert guide to teaching your dog hand signals.
If you’re constantly stepping on kibble after mealtime, this may be why.