How to Correct Resource Guarding Behavior

“The other day I was playing fetch in the park with my dog Bosco. Another dog got interested in our game and tried to retrieve our chew toy – that’s when Bosco attacked.”

Hundreds of dog owners can relate to this experience where their canine pet becomes overly aggressive as soon as another dog or human being shows interest in their food or toys. This is termed as resource guarding, Continue reading How to Correct Resource Guarding Behavior

Can Indestructible Dog Toys Really Be So Tough and Durable?

Wouldn’t you love it if you could buy your dog a toy to last him the entire year and also keep him/her interested in it throughout? If you’re thinking “fat chance of that happening”, we don’t blame you. You’ve probably gone through the disappointment of watching a toy fresh from the store quickly torn to pieces by your dog more times than you care to remember.

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