Posts Tagged: Dog-Who-Loved-Too-Much

DR. NICHOLAS DODMAN: FELINE NON-RECOGNITION AGGRESSION

Posted by & filed under Dr. Nicholas Dodman, Guest Blogger, Pet Health.

I have already addressed inter-cat territorial aggression and feline redirected aggression in earlier blogs. Another type of aggression that cats can express is referred to as non-recognition aggression. What happens in non-recognition aggression (so-called) is that a cat returning from a veterinarian’s office is attacked by another resident cat with whom it was formerly friendly. […]

DR. NICHOLAS DODMAN: SEPARATION ANXIETY – THE HOME ALONE SYNDROME

Posted by & filed under Dr. Nicholas Dodman, Dr. Nicholas Dodman, Pet Health, Pet Nutrition.

Some of the sweetest dogs in the world have separation anxiety. These dogs are a joy to be with and love their owners unconditionally. We sometimes call them Velco dogs because they are so attached to their owners – practically joined at the hip. The problem comes when their owner leaves to go somewhere. When […]

DR. NICHOLAS DODMAN: SUBMISSIVE URINATION … A WEE PROBLEM THAT IS OH SO EASY TO FIX

Posted by & filed under Dr. Nicholas Dodman, Dr. Nicholas Dodman, pet adoption, Pet Shelters.

When I adopted my dog Rusty from a shelter at age 8 months it didn’t take me 5 minutes to recognize that he was a submissive urinator. When he greeted me, my wife, or strangers at the door, he would wiggle like a worm – in pure pleasure – as he dribbled urine in interesting […]