A note from The Thinking K9:  It is important to acknowledge that littermate syndrome can easily happen with puppies that are not littermate at all, as well as puppies raised around other puppies and dogs. It is absolutely critical that all dogs have their own time completely separate from other dogs, to train, play, sleep,…

By Nancy Cope of Dog’s Best Life Recent studies, and common sense, suggest that nutrition does have an important effect on a dog’s behavior. Many dog food companies are adding more micronutrients, anti-oxidants, and vitamins and minerals to foods today in the belief that behavior can be affected. But not every dog has a good…