Many dogs experience car anxiety. They may drool, vomit, shake or even urinate or defecate in the car. For most, it starts when they are puppies. But, with practice any dog can get better about car travel. And most dogs learn to love going for a ride – if only to be with you!
Ask the Trainer: How do I train my dog to come when called? Q: We have a 3 year old black lab/pit bull mix who is very loving. She obeys most all basic commands like stay, sit, speak, roll over, etc. The
Ask the Trainer: How can I stop my dog from pulling on the leash Q: Gracie pulls constantly on her leash, we’ve tried choke collars, harness, and the regular collar, she pulls with all of them. I’ve tried to stop
Simple precautions to help prevent your pet from overheating. If you suspect your pet is suffering from heat stroke, get help from your veterinarian immediately.