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Dog Care Tips: Learn how to make your pet happy at iams.com

Have you ever watched your dog sleep? His paws twitch, his tail wags and he lets out little barks. Perhaps he's dreaming of a romp through a meadow or a game of fetch with his best friend. Ever wish you could make him this happy while he was awake? Y…

Changing Your Pets Territory | Iams.com

Before During After Just like other members of the family, your dog will have adjustments to make when relocating, but good planning can help you minimize your pet's trauma. Here are some tips for smoothing the transition: Before Check your new local…

Children & Pets: Keep Peace While Adding to the Family | Iams

Expanding the Family Bringing Baby Home Bringing a Pet Home Toddler Years Learning to Get Along Supervision is Essential for Success Expanding the Family Children and pets are a natural combination. Most people have fond memories of growing up with a…

Why Do They: Dog's Chasing Cats | Iams.com

Breed Instincts Dogs and Cats Living Together Stop The Hunt Consumer Care Service It's a lovely evening on your patio. Suddenly, your canine companion dashes off like a chocoholic after homemade fudge, chasing the neighbor's cat. What makes a normall…

Dig It: Why does your dog dig? | Iams.com

Why Does Your Dog Dig? Predatory Instincts Solutions Why Does Your Dog Dig? Come spring, Wayne Hunthausen, DVM, Westwood, Kansas, gets the first exasperated call: "Help! My puppy is strip-mining my yard. It's got big holes everywhere." You may think …

A Dog's Natural Instincts | Iams

Even though they're similar, it's still hard to believe that modern-day dogs descended from wild wolves. Yet, this heritage is responsible for most of a dog's behavior. Domesticated dogs have natural instincts forged over several thousand years of li…

All About Dogs and Chewing | Iams.com

Why Do Dogs Chew Understanding Your Puppy's World What About a Second Pet? A Little Guidance Protecting Your Possessions What Not to Do Conclusion Chewing is a very normal behavior for puppies and dogs. They use their mouths for grasping food, gainin…

Cracking the Canine Code | Iams.com

If you’re like us, you love your dog so much it’s easy to forget he’s not human—until he hikes a leg or rolls around in something funky in the yard. Then you face the facts: your dog is a whole other breed (literally). But what’s behind those crazy d…

Dogs: Home Alone | Iams.com

What You Can Do Help for Severe Cases Separation anxiety affects nearly one out of 15 dogs, but you can alleviate the stress your pal feels when you're away. Here's how. When you get ready to leave your house, does your dog whine or act depressed? Wh…

Dog Manners: They're What's for Dinner | Iams.com

Think it's impossible to have a well-behaved dog around the dinner table? Think again! This article is full of dog behavior tips that will help you and your family share a more peaceful meal together. To you, dinnertime is an opportunity to relax and…