When you are afraid — or even when you are happy — your body produces certain chemical signals that a dog can detect.
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.
The famous TV dog trainer is loved by many — but also roundly disliked. Here’s why Cesar Millan is attacked by so many dog lovers.
A strange dog startles you. You ask yourself, “Is this dog friendly? Will the dog bite?” Here are the warning signs you should know.
Playtime is an important part of a dog’s well-being. There are times, however, when we all want to know, “Are these dogs fighting or playing?”
Hunger, stress or even old age may have your cat meowing a lot more often than you’d like.
Any dog can become aggressive, but these 5 breeds consistently rank high on the various lists of most aggressive dogs.
Preventing behavior problems in a kitten is a worthwhile endeavor that will positively affect the rest of the cat’s life. Here are our best tips.
Shows like Cesar Millan’s that depict troubled dogs being magically rehabilitated overnight are sending a terrible message.
Yelling commands and yanking leashes? No way! Kinder, gentler methods of training have been proven to work best.
Ultimately, the responsibility is yours. Educating yourself now can help you if you ever find yourself facing a situation like this.
The more negative experiences your cat has had, the more ingrained their fear becomes. Here’s what you can do to help your cat overcome fearful behaviors.
Here are some things you can try (and others you should not try) to make things more peaceful.
When cats lash out at other animals or their humans, redirected aggression may be to blame, but positive reconditioning may help.
If you bring your puppy to the veterinarian and the puppy is terrified, don’t ignore this reaction.