It’s pretty hilarious watching a dog chase its own tail. They look so funny running around. So what’s the reason for chasing their tails? Is it nothing more than cute behavior you can laugh at — or should you be worried?
The stories of dogs’ behavior right before their deaths led many to wonder if dogs know when they are dying. Since we can’t ask them, there is no way to know for sure. But let’s explore the question and discuss ways you can help your dog in their final days.
"Gah! Oh my goodness that puppy is soooo adorable I could just squeeze it!" Have you ever had a similar thought? Or heard someone express a similar sentiment? This is what is known as cute aggression. Read to find out more.
A dog’s twitch is a muscle spasm, which is an involuntary contraction of a muscle or group of muscles. It’s most common in dogs between the ages of one and six, but can happen at any age, even in senior dogs.
Like most canines, Huskies will drop fur from their coats throughout the year. Such fur dies and falls off, only to be replaced by new fur as a part of their natural coat regeneration. We break down husky shedding in this helpful article.
Does your dog do this frequently? After using the bathroom, they stand up and kick their back legs out once or a few times before leaving the site. Why do they do this?