Can dogs really suffer from OCD? The answer is yes dogs can suffer from compulsive disorders (OCD)! https://youtu.be/Q4hyp0ZIgi0 In dogs’ compulsive disorders are displayed just like OCD in humans - A normal behavior done to an excessive degree. They will display a normal behavior, such as digging, but while other dogs stop after some time, … Fortsätt läsa OCD in dogs – A 6-point plan to action
Domestication in dogs began between 15.000 and 32.000 years ago in South East Asia. Wolves and human settlers had lived side by side for centuries before that, but 15.000 years ago a wolf tic decided to have her puppies a little closer to the human settlers. A human, unknown if female or male, grew close … Fortsätt läsa The domestication of the dog – have humans gone too far!
The other day browsing through social media I came across a dog group (happens quite often in my feed, as I am sure you can imagine ;)). In the group they were talking about separation anxiety and one person was asking if getting another dog would help her current dog with it’s separation anxiety and … Fortsätt läsa Separation anxiety in dogs
Behind every behavior lies an emotion Today we are talking about fear in dogs and seeing that it is Chester’s month here on our social media I thought I would share what Chester’s 2 biggest fears are - old men with canes and sewer grates. The first we have almost beat with lots of yummy … Fortsätt läsa Fear in dogs
You see it almost daily on social media - a child-dog interaction, some good but most of them quite dangerous. You hear in the news that a child has been bitten by the family dog and stories are told about families giving up their pets due to incidents with their children. So how can we … Fortsätt läsa Child-dog interaction and how to master it!