My dog is recently adopted and doesn't know how to fetch a ball or play with a toy rope. I was wondering what I can do to get him to understand he can play with these toys. What can I do since he doesn't know how?
March 9, 2009 | 3 | Just Curious
My puppy is usually well-tempered and does not bark unless provoked. Recently, he has started to bark everytime we go to a playdate. He will be fine at first, but if the other dog(s) do not play with him or do not give him attention he will begin to … more ›
I am fostering a cat who is visually impaired, he has 80-90% loss of vision. He seems like he is less active than the other cats, but does play with toys occasionally and plays on the cat tree. Do you know of any toys, etc...that would be stimulating… more ›
My dog loves to just walk up to you when you have a bottle of water and take it out of your hand. Before i let him get carried away i remove the wrapper and the lid. I also keep an eye on him to make sure he doesn't start eating it also. And it is a … more ›
when we take our dog jasmine to the park, she always drools at other dogs, and she stays away from them. when we go home she plays with the dogs in our complex. but not little dogs. just dogs bigger then her. anyone know why???
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I have had Abbie 7 or so years and since the day she came into our lives she has had a thing for plastic bags. She "pets" them, over and over as if she just likes the sound it makes. This is especially fun in the middle of the night. I know there … more ›
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