How to Deal with Bad Dog Behavior

Face close-up of two Huskies during play. Both showing teeth.

Bad dog behavior is often very upsetting to us because we attribute them to lack of love, dominance, vengeance, or some other unpleasant human motive. However, most bad behaviors arise simply because of mis-communication and misunderstanding between us and our dog. Here, I discuss how I deal with my dog’s bad behavior.

Most Difficult Dog Breed

Three dogs hanging out in the living room - Husky lying on back with goofy grin on her face, Shiba Inu in the background (group shot).

The most difficult dog breeds are simply the ones that do not fit our expectations, temperament, or lifestyle. One man’s favorite dog breed is another man’s dog breed from hell. Here we examine the key characteristics that make up the most difficult dog breeds.

Do Dogs Need Other Dogs?

Big Siberian Husky playing with Husky puppy in a Yin-Yang symbol.

What really do dogs need? Do dogs need other dogs or are they perfectly happy curled up in bed with their people, and a piece of steak? We consider a dog’s socialization needs, and his need for companionship.

How to Exercise Your Dog

Young Shiba Inu Sephy standing-up on railing during a hike at the park (on harness and leash).

Dogs need both physical and mental exercise every day. When dogs do not get enough exercise, they will escape, or become stressed and frustrated. Here we present some fun ways to exercise our dog. A busy dog and well exercised dog, is a good dog.

How to Buy a Siberian Husky Puppy

Siberian Husky puppy boy doing a Sit (5 weeks).

All puppies are cute and adorable, but I especially have a soft spot for Siberian Husky puppies. Our instinct will be to rush right out and buy a puppy. However, if we want healthy and well-temperamented dog, it is important to take our time and do some research. Here, we consider the why, where, and how of Siberian Husky puppies.