Dog Whisperer Holly Facebook

Kelly and Hyrum Lai always knew their picture-perfect life together would include a dog, but early on their Lab puppy Holly began displaying disturbing behavior food aggression. The Lais’ fear that their 18-month old son Griffin could be bitten just for having food in his hand. Cesar is their last hope to help Holly before they make the hard decision […]

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Why do Dogs Drool?

Just about all dogs drool but it’s much more noticeable in some dogs than others.   The most basic reason dogs drool is related to the same reasons they salivate, or, indeed, why humans salivate: they are anticipating food. Any time a dog starts expecting food there will usually be some drool soon.   But dogs drool for other reasons, […]

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Poop Eating -the cure

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While poop eating is certainly one of the less appealing things that dogs do, there are ways to cure your dog of this little habit.   It helps if you know what’s making your dog eat poop. Is he lacking in nutrients in his dog food? If so, he may be eating poop to try to get vitamins and minerals […]

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Dog Emergencies

Do you know what to do if you encounter a dog in an emergency situation? Whether it’s your own dog or a dog you’ve never seen before, your actions can save a life. Here are some steps you can take.   Two Crucial Steps In every dog health emergency stay calm and think. Approach an injured dog cautiously. Dogs may […]

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Healthy and Natural Dog Treats

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Some people consider dog treats the canine equivalent of junk food and, at least in one regard, they are correct. Dog treats can be empty calories without much nutritional value. They can even be downright bad for your dog, depending on the kind of treats you purchase. But there are some treats that are healthy and natural. If you are […]

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Using a doggy Door

    Doggy doors are a great convenience for both owners and dogs. Whether you have a puppy, a dog in the prime of life or an elderly dog, a doggy door allows your dog to go in and out at will into a safe backyard. Your dog can potty or play as he wishes. Doggy doors are not hard […]

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Bringing home a shelter dog

  Bringing home a shelter dog can be great for you and the dog, but it can be a challenge, too. Many times you don’t know much about the dog’s history or background. You don’t know if he has behavior problems. You may not know the real reason why he was turned in to the shelter.   When you bring […]

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Does Potty Pad Training Work?

If there’s one thing that nearly all dogs have to learn it’s house training. But there are different theories about teaching house training or potty training. For some people house training may involve using a crate and teaching their dog not to soil in his bed area when he’s confined. For other people they may try to keep a sharp […]

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Can Dogs and Cats Get Along?

    You may have heard the expression “fighting like cats and dogs” but the truth is that many cats and dogs live together quite amicably in the same home. According to a study in Israel, about two-thirds of cats and dogs do get along when they share the same home. About one-fourth of cats and dogs who live in […]

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Become the Alpha in your pack

In order to eliminate bad behavior and make sure your dog always listens to you, as well as putting an end to embarrassing incidents in front of your friends, the best thing you can do for your dog is to make yourself the leader of your “pack.” For lots of dog owners, however, this is hard to do. It means […]

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