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Do you have a question about your dog? Our Vets and Pet Care Experts help answer all those burning questions you have about your canine companion.

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Why Does My Dog Eat Dirt?

The technical term for this is ‘Pica’ which is defined as ‘the eating of nonfood items’. Causes for pica can be similar to that of coprophagia, and can range from normal exploration to actual medical condition.
Puppy barking

Bark Collars: Do They Work?

Concern about dogs barking is the most common complaint from dog owners, with 35% of owners reporting problems with barking. So what is the best way to deal with it?
Dog lying on grass

How Does Your Dog See the World?

Contrary to popular belief, dogs are not color blind. They do, however, see the world quite differently to humans.
Dog on the laptop

What is in a Dog DNA Test?

DNA analysis has revolutionized many things from forensic medicine to pup-ternity tests (see what we did there!) so DNA testing has to be a good thing. Right?
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How to Stop Your Dog Jumping on Guests

It may be cute in a little puppy, but jumping behavior in a 40lb dog is not ideal. We run through how to keep your dog from jumping up on guests.

Why Does My Dog Eat Cat Poo?

The technical term for eating feces is ‘Coprophagia’ which sounds about as unpleasant as the act itself can be. This rather undesirable behavior can be normal in puppies.
Owner picking up dog poop

How Often Should My Dog Poop?

It is normal for a dog to defecate anywhere between 1 and 5 times a day. However, the amount your dog may defecate on a single day depends on several factors.
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Why Does My Dog Eat Poop?

The technical term for eating poo is ‘Coprophagia’. It's a fairly normal behavior in dogs that you should be able to stop.
Dog in headphones

Do Pets Like Music?

Do our pets like music? And if so, what styles do they prefer and in what situations can music help them?
Dog drinking from a bowl

Why Does My Dog Drink More Water?

If your dog is drinking more water, should you be worried? Sometimes increased thirst in dogs is healthy and sometimes you should consider seeing your vet.

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