Symptoms and Treatment of English Springer Rage Syndrome
English Springer Rage Syndrome, also called Sudden Onset Aggression or Avalanche of Rage Syndrome, is a rare type of behavioral issue that’s known to affect certain breeds of the English Springer Spaniel, and Cocker Spaniel. The Rage Syndrome causes the dog to act out violently, without any type of warning to its owner, making it a very serious problem. This article discusses some of the symptoms and potential treatments for the disease.How To Take The Best Care Of Your Dog In The Summertime
The dog days of summer are so called because these are the days when dogs like to lie around in the shade not doing much of anything. These days we tend to interpret this to mean that it’s a great time to get out and do active things with your dog. Many towns and cities hold festivals in honor of these dog days. Doubtless many dogs feel rather disgruntled (or worse) when required to attend.Protect Your Dog From Hidden Poisons
Not all dangers are as obvious as a scorpion sting. Here are some household dangers to protect your pet from…Why Does My Dog Want To Attack Other Dogs?
This is a very common question that a lot of dog owners ask when their dogs start showing aggression as they reach maturity. One thing that is important is to spay or neuter your pets at a young age. Not only does this help keep them from developing aggression as they mature but it also does wonders for protecting your dog from different types of cancer as they age.What Is The Best Dog Training Method
Wow, if we as dog trainers knew the answer to that simple question we could all make a fortune. However there are as many ways to train a dog as there are trainers and each trainer has it’s own opinion. It’s is sort of like how do you raise a child. Everybody you talk to does it a little bit different.