DogiZone Blog

The Dangers Of Dehydration For Dogs

By Elesha Jones | Jul 14, 2021

The summer months are a great time to go hiking, play at the dog park, or simply go on long walks around the neighborhood or on a local trail. July has officially been designated as National Pet Hydration Awareness month to help pet owners understand the dangers of dehydration for dogs. Most people are very…

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Including Your Pet In Home Fire Safety Plans

By Lyndsay Phillips | Jul 2, 2021

Every family should have a pet fire safety plan. This is a plan that ensures everyone in the family knows what to do and where to go in the event of a fire or another type of dangerous situation in the home or residence. Often overlooked in the development of a fire plan is the…

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Setting Up A Simple Backyard Obstacle Course For Dog

By Lyndsay Phillips | Jun 17, 2021

Most dog enthusiasts have spent more than a few hours watching dog agility events online or on television. These are always fun and exciting, with athletic dogs of all sizes, breeds, and types hurdling over jumps, across obstacles, through tunnels, and even up and over the A-frame and balancing on the Teeter. It is surprisingly…

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Part One: Dog Food Pros And Cons – Commercial Dog Food Options

By Lyndsay Phillips | Jun 1, 2021

Today, there are more types of commercial dog food on the market than ever before. Each particular type of dog food has pros and cons, and it is up to the dog owner to choose the best option for their puppy or dog. There is no one type of dog food that is the ideal…

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Setting Up A Simple Backyard Obstacle Course For Your Dog

By Lyndsay Phillips | May 20, 2021

Most dog enthusiasts have spent more than a few hours watching dog agility events online or on television, which has inspired a backyard obstacle course for your dog. These are always fun and exciting, with athletic dogs of all sizes, breeds, and types hurdling over jumps, across obstacles, through tunnels, and even up and over…

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Tips To Teach Kids About Dog Bite Prevention

By Lyndsay Phillips | May 10, 2021

Children who have dogs at home or have a history of positive interactions with dogs tend to see every canine as a friendly companion, but it’s important to teach them about dog bite prevention. While parents want children to grow up with a love of dogs and comfort in interacting, it is also important to…

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National Adopt A Greyhound Month – Tips For Raising a Greyhound

By Andrew Fraser | Apr 12, 2021

A greyhound is a very ancient breed of dog, and they can be traced back to hunting dogs used in ancient Egypt. They are part of the hound group, and they were valued due to their incredible ability to spot prey and give chase. Today, most greyhounds are not used for hunting, but they are…

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Spring Into Dog Fitness Month

By Andrew Fraser | Apr 4, 2021

The beautiful spring weather in April is a perfect time to get your dog started on a fitness routine. April is designated as Canine Fitness Month, and the team at DogiZone has the ideal canine fitness evaluation and fitness program to get your pooch in top shape. All of our dog fitness experts are Certified…

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Kid-Safe Foods You Should Never Feed Your Dog

By Andrew Fraser | Mar 13, 2021

One of the greatest things for parents to see is their children interacting with the family dog. The bond between a child and dog is something special, with the dog always there as a trusted friend, companion, and supporter, all without judgment or ulterior motive, but there are things you should not feed your dog.…

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Tips To Reduce Shedding In Your Hairy Canine Companions

By Andrew Fraser | Mar 1, 2021

Dogs, just like humans, shed hair on a continuous basis, which makes it difficult to reduce shedding. Some dogs also have a heavy shed in the spring and fall, which is known as the seasonal shed. This seasonal shed can produce a massive amount of hair, particularly in the large and giant breeds with a…

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Tips For Keeping Your Dog’s Teeth Clean

By Andrew Fraser | Feb 8, 2021

February is Pet Dental Health Month and is celebrated and sponsored by the American Veterinary Medical Association, and we think it is a great way to show some love by keeping a dog’s teeth clean. At Dogizone, we celebrate pet dental health year-round, with our groomers able to offer grooming, teeth cleaning, and even nail…

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Top Three Dog Training Mistakes You Could Be Making

By Andrew Fraser | Feb 1, 2021

Training a puppy or a dog is not a one-time event. Just like people, dogs and puppies need practice throughout their life to stay familiar with what commands mean and what their owner expects. Training a puppy or a dog is often a series of wonderful achievements followed by frustration if the pet seems to…

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Dog Food And Nutrition: What’s In Your Bowl?

By Andrew Fraser | Jan 13, 2021

There is a lot of different information online about the best types of dog food. However, dogs, just like people, all have different needs. These nutritional needs for dogs vary based on age, health issues, and any type of allergies or sensitivities to ingredients a dog may have. Ideally, dog owners should avoid dog food…

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New Puppy For Christmas – Now What To Do?

By Andrew Fraser | Jan 3, 2021

Many people carefully consider their options and decide that the holiday season is a perfect time for a new puppy. This is often the most memorable gift for a child or a loved one. When it is planned out in advance, it is a wonderful option to add a new member to the family.  However,…

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The Best Christmas Gift Dog Treats For Your Special Fur Baby

By Andrew Fraser | Dec 15, 2020

Dogs are such a part of the family that many people plan to give their fur babies special Christmas dog treats. As food items are always appreciated by our four-legged family members, this is a popular choice. There are some healthy, nutritious, and safe treats to give dogs of all sizes and ages over the…

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