Category Archives: Dog Health

Holiday Doggie Safety Tips

The following foods can be dangerous to pets: ESPECIALLY DURING THE HOLIDAYS.
It is quite common for emergency animal clinics to be filled with dogs and cats suffering from a severe bout of pancreatitis during the holidays. Giving pets table scraps such as fat from meat, cooked bones, turkey drippings and gravy, even in

When Your Senior Dog Needs to See a Vet

Senior dogs should ideally get routine twice-yearly veterinary exams. Small changes in behavior can be normal, however there are certain symptoms that should concern you.
If you notice any of the symptoms detailed in this article you should report them to your veterinarian as soon as possible. Any one or more of the following symptoms

Summer Hazards Precaution for Dogs

As the cool weather slowly fades and the mercury rises, families begin preparing for another summer filled with outdoor fun. Children and adults will spend more time outside playing with their pets. Summer holidays are perfect for barbeques, picnics and pool parties. To make the summer more enjoyable, be aware of various summertime hazards that

Monthly Dog Training Tips from Animal Behavior College

 
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BE A RESPONSIBLE PET OWNER AND ENJOY YOUR TIME WITH THEM

1. Spend more time with your dog – Just spending some quiet time before work, after work or midday, will make a big difference. Dogs love to be talked to and made to feel important.
2. Groom – Most dogs like to be groomed or brushed. – This also stimulates the skin and gets rid

New Dog Training Tips

New Dog Training Tips When bringing a new dog into your home for the first time, be sure to introduce the new surroundings on the first day.  Your dog will sniff around all the rooms and try to settle near an area it will be comfortable with.  To be prepared before your pup arrives, with [...]

Welcome to the Aiken Dog Training Blog

 
Here we will share with you our journey on how we help families train their furriest family member.