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The Meaning Behind Those Yellow Ribbons On Dogs

The Yellow Dog Project Africa Studio/Adobe Stock Walking reactive or anxious dogs in public is challenging, especially when strangers and dogs walk over to greet your dog. It’s best not to walk fearful dogs around triggers that scare them because it will only make it worse. Sometimes, avoiding scary triggers is impossible during potty walks […]

Good Reads

For the most part, the articles in WDJ contain information that you can go right out and put into practice – training tips, food-selection suggestions, product reviews, and practical things that you can do improve your dog’s health. While we do have a couple of those in this issue, we also seem to have collected […]

Pain’s Effect on Behavior

Behavior problems such as anxiety or aggression are commonly diagnosed in pet dogs, and, as many dog owners have discovered, can be quite challenging to fully resolve. Daniel Mills, FRCVS, a veterinary researcher and behaviorist at the University of Lincoln (England), suggests that a large portion of behavior problems are exacerbated or caused by physical […]

Wildlife Protection Dogs

We don’t usually think of dogs as the best friends of elephants, whales, hedgehogs, Chinese Moon Bears, bandicoots, or white-footed voles, but their incredible noses make a difference in the lives of these and other endangered species. Dogs are increasingly being put to work as valuable tools to both protect endangered species and combat invasive […]

New York City Is Running Out Of Dogs To Foster

Day in and day out, there have been plenty of shortages due to the current pandemic. Mostly, we’ve heard about the toilet paper and hand sanitizer shortages – ones that have been immortalized in various memes. However, coming out of the New York City area is a different kind of shortage – one that we’d […]

Flight Attendant Makes It Her Mission To Reunite Soldiers With Their Retired Service Dogs

Being a good person can take on many different forms. For one flight attendant, Molli Oliver, being a good person has taken on the context of making it her life mission to reunite dogs with the soldiers who love them. The California-based flight attendant, who has more than 40 years working in the field, and […]

Man Builds A DIY Dog Food Dispenser Out Of Cardboard

Are you starting to feel the cabin fever set in with all this self-isolation? If you are, we don’t blame you. It’s pretty tough out there when you’re trying to find things to do at home so you don’t break social-distancing guidelines. When you think about it, saving the world by staying locked inside your […]

5 Tips to Keep Your Dog From Distracting You When You’re Working From Home

The post 5 Tips to Keep Your Dog From Distracting You When You’re Working From Home by Melissa Whitten appeared first on Dogster. Copying over entire articles infringes on copyright laws. You may not be aware of it, but all of these articles were assigned, contracted and paid for, so they aren’t considered public domain. […]