How to Keep Things Clean for Your Dog
- How to Prepare Your Dog for Your Baby’s Arrival
Bringing home a newborn for the first time is an exciting milestone. These tips will help acclimate your pup to make this transition as smooth as possible.
- Canines Aid a Community in Need
Courtney Trzcinski, the founder of a canine assisted therapy program, shares how she became involved with service dogs and her philosophy that medicine can come on four paws.
- Tips to Feed Your Picky Dog
Does your pup turn its nose up around mealtime? Try these tips to make sure your dog’s nutritional needs are met without upsetting its stomach.
- Caring for a Dog With Food Allergies
Spot the signs of a food allergy in your pup. What can you feed them to ease their discomfort?
- Keep Your Dog Safe From the Heat
Dogs are vulnerable to the heat, and it can be deadly. Keep your pup safe with these tips.
- Treat Your Dog to Peanut Butter “Pupsicles”
Summer heat calls for a much-needed treat. Help your pooch cool off with this delicious recipe.
- Canine Cancer
Cancer is the top non-accidental cause of death for dogs. What are a few common symptoms and treatments?
- Kennel Cough Prevention and Treatment
Kennel cough is an infectious chest cold for dogs. How can you protect your pup?
- Caring for your Puppy
Thinking about a puppy? Listen in to our pet community conversation with veterinarian Will Draper to get the inside scoop.
- The Basics: Antidepressants for Dogs
Does your pup get super-anxious or destructive? Antidepressants for pets exist, but typically as a last resort.
- How to Trim Your Dog's Nails
Here's how to trim your dog's nails with less stress for you and your pooch.
- How to Brush Your Dog's Teeth
Your furry friend's pearly whites need a good scrubbing, too. Grab your doggy toothbrush and brush up on these step-by-step instructions.
- How to Teach Your Dog to Sit
With plenty of praise, rewards, and practice, you can teach your pooch to sit like a pro.
- How to Brush Your Dog
Your pup deserves a little TLC, but make sure you pamper your pal with the right tools.
- 3 Things Your Dog Wants You to Know
From separation anxiety to chewing, try these three tricks to keep your pup happy.
- WebMD Countdown: 10 Foods Your Dog Should Never Eat
Your pooch might want to scarf down any scrap they can get ahold of, but some foods can make them really sick.
- Crate Training
Teaching your puppy to love the crate is key to success in many more areas. Get the facts from certified dog trainer Kate Jackson.
- Housebreaking Your Puppy
What’s the best way to housebreak that new puppy? Certified dog trainer Kate Jackson has the information you need.
- Training Puppy Not to Chew
Are you meeting your puppy’s daily chewing quota?
- Puppy Mouthing
Avoid problems as an adult dog by nipping puppy mouthing behaviors at the right age.
- Puppies and Your Kids
Will your children play properly with that new puppy and stay safe? Get the tips you need from our One Minute Puppy Trainer, Kate Jackson.
- Best Dog Treats
Don’t waste valuable training time by using the wrong treats. Certified dog trainer Kate Jackson has the tips you need.
- Puppy Training Equipment
Let WebMD’s One Minute Trainer help you choose the right training equipment for your pint-size dog.
- Equipment for Training Big Dog
Let WebMD’s One Minute Trainer help you choose the right training equipment for your bigger dog.
- Brushing Dog's Teeth
It’s never too late to start brushing your dog’s teeth. Learn how to do it properly--and easily.
- Tips for Cleaning Dog's Teeth
Here are the top things you can do at home to help keep your dog's teeth clean and healthy.
- Preventing Dog Dental Problems
Get the tips you need to keep your dog’s teeth healthy.
- Little Dog - Learn to Focus
Successful pint size dog training means having your dog's undivided attention.
- Big Dog - Teach Come When Called
Your dog should come when you tell him to.
- Big Dog - Teach Leave It
Dropping or ignoring tempting morsels can save your dog's life.
- Big Dog - Teach Stay
Your dog should stay put when you say so. Learn to teach this valuable lesson.
- Big Dog - The Power of 'Yes'
Lesson one will make your obedience training so much easier!
- Big Dog - Leash Walking
You should be walking your dog, not the other way around!
- Big Dog - Teach to Sit
Yes, all dogs should sit on command. And then stay there.
- Big Dog - Teach "Place"
Want to get rid of nuisance behaviors? Start by teaching your dog his place.
- Little Dog - Teach "Down"
There's a special technique for teaching a little dog how to lie down.
- Big Dog - Teach Down
Down is much more comfortable for a dog than sitting.
- Big Dog - Teach to Come Now
Knowing this command can save your dog's life.
- Little Dog - Teach to Stay
Learning to stay shouldn't be tough for your little dog, if you use these tips.
- Little Dog - Teach to Sit
Don't be a scary giant--learn the proper way to teach your little dog to sit.
- Little Dog - The Power of 'Yes'
Lesson one will make your pint-size obedience training so much easier!
- Little Dog - Leash Walking
If your dog little sniffs, pees, or strains on the leash while walking with you, you need these tips!
- Big Dog - Teach to Focus on You
Successful dog training means having your dog's undivided attention.
- Little Dog - Teach "Come When Called"
It's easy to teach your pint size dog to come when you call.
- Little Dog - Teach "Leave it"
Keep your little dog safe by teaching him or her to drop or ignore tempting morsels.
- Little Dog - Teach "Place"
Leaning to use "place" can help you and your pint-size dog in so many ways.
- Physical Therapy and Dogs
In addition to exercise and repetitive motion, many physical therapists are working four-legged friends into their mix of therapy.