Don’t Give Up On Your ‘Teenage’ Dog

Dogs reach adolescence at about 8 months and remain “juveniles” until they are 2 years old. And more dogs in that age group are relinquished to shelters than puppies or than almost all age groups combined from 2 through 15, according to a study in the Journal of Applied Welfare Science. Why? New research conducted […]
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