Posts Tagged: dog brain

The Social Butterfly: Why it’s Important to Socialize your Pet

It’s always hard to see your cute and, once-innocent, fur ball turn into a growly, hissy monster in front of strangers and their pets. We want our pets to bring their best paw forward. However, without proper socialization skills, our sweethearts may not remain so sweet once out in unfamiliar territory. Below, we discuss the…

4 Tips for Separation Anxiety

Does your pooch bark or howl every time you’re out of the house? Does he get into trouble by destroying furniture, walls, shoes, etc? Does he try to escape his crate, or try to flee the house when you’re gone? Does he pace in a steady pattern? These could all be symptoms that signify your…

January Pet of the Month: Dean!!

Hiya folks! The name’s Dean! My mom says I’m such a hunk, I remind her of Dean Winchester from “Supernatural”! Yeah, I see the resemblance too, which is why I was named after him! In fact, my mom rescued me on August 2nd, 2017 from the Downey Shelter by Karma Rescue! My mama knew that I would…

Pro Reader or Misinterpreter? –Four Ways You’re Misreading Your Pooch

Wouldn’t we love to think that we are all experts at reading our pets’ body language to interpret how they feel? As we humans rely on our verbal speech to understand each other, animals use their body language to communicate. Therefore, it is important to know how to properly translate your pooch’s body language to…

Odd Dog Behavior Decoded

Most dogs have some odd habits and most humans like to assign meaning to them- “Oh this means they love me”.  Sometimes you’re right and other times you can be way off.  We’ve seen lots of things over the years and here are some popular moves that we decided to break for you: 1.Running between…

Top Three Brain Games For Your Dog!

Whether your dog is an Einstein pup or a little on the lazier side, there are ways to keep your dog busy and learning at the same time.  Dogs were bred for many different things, some for hunting or searching or even herding.  Nowadays the most mental stimulation our animals get is on their walks…