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Managing Dog Separation Anxiety As The Kids Go Back To School

August 31, 2020

Even though this school year may look and feel different from other school years, most kids are going back to school in some form or fashion. This is always a difficult time for family pets, particularly if kids spend a lot of time playing with their four-legged companions over the summer months as they can…

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Myth Busters About Puppy Socialization

March 9, 2020

There are, unfortunately, a lot of myths and misunderstandings about training dogs, with a lot of these myths around puppy socialization as well as actual obedience work with puppies of all ages.  Myth: Puppies are naturally friendly and socialized  It is true that puppies are naturally socialized with their littermates, mother, and the breeder or…

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Creative Ways To Exercise Your Dog In Winter

January 10, 2019

Dogs are a lot like people in many ways. There are some dogs that love being outdoors no matter what the weather and some that would prefer never to go outside if it is cold, wet or wintery. No matter where you live bad winter weather from snow to rain and storms to ice can…

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Types of Dog Training

August 1, 2017

Popular Options For Dog Training Having a well-behaved dog is a great way to be able to take your pet with you to a lot of different events, activities, and places. However, it is also important to train your dog for your safety as well as for the safety of your pet. Dog training is…

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Questions To Ask A Potential Dog Trainer

June 27, 2017

What To Ask A Dog Trainer Taking the time to get to know as much as you can about the professional services offered by a dog trainer is an important step in getting the right match for your dog and yourself. Being a dog trainer is a lot more than just having a way with…

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Preventing Dog Bites: A Guide For Owners

March 14, 2017

In most states and localities, controlling a dog of any breed or type is the responsibility of the owner. While there are some exceptions, legal liability always rests with the aggressive dog’s owner. The most common exceptions are if the dog is guarding or protecting and on or her own property or if the individual…

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9 Ways To Puppy Proof A Home And Yard

February 21, 2017

Bringing a puppy home is a very exciting time for everyone. To make this a very smooth transition and to prevent any unnecessary stress for yourself or the new addition to the family, here are 12 essential puppy proofing tasks to complete before the new dog comes home. 1. Set up a puppy area –…

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Why Every Dog Can Use Additional Training

January 31, 2017

Anyone who has the pleasure of owning a dog knows that they have some very human-like tendencies. Dogs, just like anyone in the family, like to feel they are actively involved and engaged. This may trace back to the ancient pack behavior of the wolves that were ancestors of all domestic dogs from Great Danes…

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