Author: Brian Tart

The Dog, the Myth, the Legend

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10 Common Myths About Dogs Debunked 1. When a dog wags its tail, it’s happy! A dog’s tail is an important tool for communication, but wagging it doesn’t always mean they are happy. Apparently there’s a lot of science behind tail wagging and dogs are better at deciphering the code than we are. Yes, it can signal that the dog is happy, but it can also mean that it is agitated or annoyed. For a better interpretation of what’s going on you should look at the dog’s whole body for things like tense muscles and pinned back ears (not good)....

Be My Valentine FOREVER!

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5 Monogamous Animals That Mate For Life (Almost) 1. Gibbons… An Open Marriage Gibbons and monogamy. Once thought to be as closely linked as the moon and the stars, a closer look reveals these couples have some juicy secrets! I know it’s hard to believe. After all, we all know the beautiful tales of the Gibbon’s courtship. The male sings a beautiful solo to his beloved. His beloved sings an equally beautiful solo to him. The magic of music brings them together at last and they often sing a duet to declare their undying love. Even the kids join in,...

Are You the Victim of Small Dog Syndrome?

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If you can answer โ€œyesโ€ to more than 5 of the following questions, you may be a victim! Does your small dog… sleep with you (on you!)? jump on people? nudge you to be petted? get angry when others approach you? have separation anxiety? always have to go through a door ahead of you? urinate or defecate on your floors or furniture? insist on walking ahead of you when on a leash? ignore known commands? do whatever the heck it pleases? Actually, it could be less than 5 but if it’s more, then you are definitely the victim of Small...