Anyone who’s seen their dog be in a playful mood probably knows what the stance looks like — front legs resting on the ground, back legs up, happy panting. The downward dog position. We’ve also probably seen our pups roll over to be pet, paw at our legs when they want attention, and give us giant licks on the face. Without saying anything, we know exactly how our dog is feeling. But did you know there are a lot of smaller clues dogs give about their mood? If you want to understand your dog better or new dogs you meet, look for these telltale signs.
The life of a dog is one that most humans would gladly trade for on any given day. Every day for your furry friend is an adventure, and it’s something that never gets old either for the dog or his or her best friend.
Exercising your dog is important, but how often should you do it? Click here for the best dog exercises and how to mix it up to ensure they are stimulated.
Small dog syndrome is a variety of behaviors that a dog displays due to its petite size. Learn how to detect, prevent, and eliminate these negative traits.
While socialization is vital for puppies, horseplay can quickly escalate. Before a playdate gets out of hand, learn how to identify the signs of aggression.
Well-behaved pups are happier, more confident, and closer to their owners. To celebrate National Train Your Dog Month, learn the importance of training your dog.
As you settle into the new year, make a resolution that will benefit both you and your dog. See our ideas on how to include more playtime into your daily routine.
Bringing your dog to work can be an easy and effortless process with the right treats and toys. Learn how you can make the office feel more like home for your pup.
Christmas shopping is exhausting but the good news is getting your dog a present can be exceptionally easy. Especially when you give them a personalized KONG Box.
The holidays are here and your pup is just as excited as you. Explore some tips and tricks to keep your dog calm and happy this holiday season.