No doubt about it — raising a puppy can be fun but complicated. You get only one shot, and you want to do it right. Here are our best tips.
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.
Training a young puppy can be frustrating. Help your new pet — and yourself — through the growing pains with these essential puppy training tips.
New puppy crying at night? You are not alone. Don’t tear your hair out — have a plan instead. Here are some expert suggestions from a veterinarian.
Knowing how to teach “down” will become one of the most useful tools in your training arsenal. Here are some step-by-step instructions.
The “socialization window” for puppies is crucial, and it’s not very long. So get started with puppy training classes right after the first DHPP vaccine.
Start learning how to socialize a shy dog through obedience training, positive association and overall confidence building. Here’s exactly how to do it.
What are the most effective methods of house-training a puppy? Read this article for our top tips. (Here’s one hint: Prevent and reward.)
Newborn puppies may not be able to feed from their mother if she develops this bacterial infection.
A tool called the “coefficient of inbreeding,” or COI, can help you measure the risk that the puppy will have a genetic health problem.
If your nursing dog is staggering, breathing rapidly and having seizures, call the vet right away.
Thinking about breeding your dog? Then educate yourself about the risks.
There are many reasons a puppy may limp. Heading the list are muscular sprains and strains.
Before you transition your pup to adult food, check with your vet.
How do you know if your pet comes from a puppy mill? Read this list of warning signs.