DogiZone Blog

The Pros And Cons Of DIY Grooming And Training – And Why Professionals May Be The Best Answer

January 2, 2022

There are hundreds of types and breeds of dogs, from purebreds to lovable mutts, and all have their own unique personalities, quirks, and potential problem behaviors. Dog owners also are very different, with some having extensive experience in grooming, training, and caring for dogs while others may be enjoying dog ownership for the first time…

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Keep Pets Safe This Holiday Season

December 1, 2021

The holidays are a time when a lot of new and unusual things suddenly appear in the home and in the yard. These seasonal items may be beautiful, interesting, funny, or traditional for people in the family, but they can be potentially dangerous or even life-threatening to your dogs; so it’s important to keep pets…

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Protect Your Pet – Even When You Are Not There

October 20, 2021

At DogiZone, we know you want to protect your pet at all times. October is National Animal Safety and Protection Month, and we would like to highlight a few important ways to keep your pet safe even if you are not at home.  Dog-Proof Your House   Most people are aware of the importance of puppy-proofing,…

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Exercising Your Dog

Exercising Your Dog Can Do Wonders

September 17, 2021

Discover How to Have a Well-Behaved Pet By Exercising Your Dog [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSan3vdiVb8[/embedyt] So, do you want to have one of those amazing dogs that everybody’s jealous of and wishes they could have?  It’s really easy.  See, people make this much more difficult than it has to be. I’m gonna give you the simple tip…

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Setting Up A Simple Backyard Obstacle Course For Dog

June 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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Setting Up A Simple Backyard Obstacle Course For Your Dog

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

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

April 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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