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PetMD Editorial
Feb 06, 2018

By John Gilpatrick Imagine you’re at work and someone that you normally get along with is suddenly giving you the cold shoulder. In a matter of minutes, you start to hit the panic button. Did you do something to make your coworker upset? As difficult as it is to interpret… Read More

Wailani Sung, MS, PhD, DVM, DACVB
Jan 26, 2018

By Wailani Sung, DVM, DACVB Oftentimes when we adopt pets from rescue organizations or local animal shelters, we are not able to obtain their complete history. Obtaining a pet from a local owner does not guarantee that you will always receive useful or truthful information… Read More

Wailani Sung, MS, PhD, DVM, DACVB
Jan 25, 2018

By Wailani Sung, DVM, DACVB The human-animal bond can bring great joy. However, behavioral disorders and problems can greatly fray this bond. When pets exhibit undesirable behaviors, owners can express a wide gamut of emotions, ranging from frustration, embarrassment,… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jan 22, 2018

By Paula Fitzsimmons Have you ever been at a park, pool party, or event where all of the dogs seem to be having a great time…except for yours? While other dogs are sniffing, splashing, and playing, yours is content to sit by your side. Is this normal? You’ll do your dog and… Read More

Victoria Schade, CPDT-KA
Jan 22, 2018

By Victoria Schade It starts with a whimper and sad puppy dog eyes. You’ve got a few leftover carrots on your plate, and your dog looks so pathetic and adorable that you can’t help but share one with him. Or maybe you’re getting to the bottom of a bag of pretzels and you… Read More

Victoria Schade, CPDT-KA
Jan 22, 2018

By Victoria Schade You can probably think of five things you wish your dog would stop doing, like tipping the garbage can, or grabbing your kid’s pajama pants every morning. Or maybe you can think of five things you wish your dog would do better, like coming when called or… Read More