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Is it better to have two dogs? If you plan to leave your dog during the day while you are at work, it may be better to have two dogs so that they can keep each other company.

Help your dog sleep all night: The most common cause of canine insomnia is pent-up energy. Help your dog sleep through the night by making sure she gets plenty of exercise.

Why does my dog get hiccups? Dog hiccups are so common some veterinarians think that they can be a part of the laundry list of “growing pains” some puppies must endure.

Could my dog have canine autism? Most puppies and dogs diagnosed with “canine autism” are reactive and often lack socialization skills. Reactive animals often inherit an anxiety disorder.

Use music to soothe separation anxiety: Soothe dog separation anxiety with music, not medication. The right tune can calm your dog so he can relax and fall asleep.

Aggressive puppy warning signs: Common aggressive puppy behavior warning signs: snarling, growling, mounting, snapping, lunging, challenging stance, aggressive barking and biting.

Couch potato dogs for couch potato owners: Make an honest assessment of your lifestyle to help you choose the right dog. If you’re a couch potato, get a couch potato dog, not a high energy dog.

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Dog holiday dangers: Keep your pup safe

Dog wears a Santa hat on a starry night. To ensure a happy celebration, protect your pup from dog holiday dangers.

Plan to protect your pup from dog holiday dangers. Common holiday dangers include food, parties, decorations, and travel.

Dogs make people more social

Golden retriever at beach party. Dogs make people more social by serving as icebreakers and conversation starters. They also ease tension and make people feel more calm and assured.

Dogs make people more social by serving as icebreakers and conversation starters. They also ease tension and make people feel calmer and assured.

Turn holiday leftovers into pet food

Turn your holiday leftovers into pet food instead of allowing your pup a few table scraps here and there.

How to be a good dog owner during major life changes

Major life changes: Prepare your dog for the arrival of a new baby. Rottweiler snuggles with pregnant owner.

Major life changes: Take care of your dog even while you are hunting for a new job, moving or starting a family.

Keep your dog active during winter

Winter dog exercise: Border collie uses a treadmill

Dog winter exercise: Consider moving activity inside, use a treadmill or add enrichment toys to your dog’s daily routine to keep him healthy.