DogiZone Blog

Easy DIY Gift for Your Dog

November 30, 2017

Are the winter holidays right around the corner, and you forgot to pick up something for your dog? Is Fido’s birthday tomorrow and you want to get him something special? It’s okay! We know some things fall through the cracks with all the hustle and bustle of life, but we’ve got you covered with an…

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Let's Stop The Barking

November 29, 2017

Understand Why Your Dog Is Barking Barking is a very natural behavior for dogs of all sizes, breeds and ages. While there are a few breeds that don’t bark (the Basenji) or only bark infrequently, even these dogs make noises and will alert their owners to something strange in their environment. Some of the least…

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Tips For Camping With Your Dog

August 15, 2017

Camping Your Dog Spending time camping with your dog is an ideal vacation or a weekend away for many people. This is a perfect opportunity to unplug, unwind and interact with your best friend in a place that is interesting and appealing to you both. Planning a camping trip with a dog does take a…

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10 Ways to Keep Your Puppy Happy

July 18, 2017

Helpful Puppy Training Tips Having a new puppy in the home is an exciting time for everyone. For first-time dog owners, it can also be a bit of a challenge. Without experience in being around puppies and caring for their physical and mental well-being, it can sometimes be hard to know if you are doing…

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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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The Medical Benefits Of Dogs

April 18, 2017

Service dogs are specially trained canines that can provide a wealth of support and assistance for people with disabilities. There are dogs that are trained to detect seizures and alter their owners to sit or lie down as well as dogs that can act as a person’s eyes, ears and even as their hands, fetching…

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Helping Kids Overcome The Fear Of Dogs

April 11, 2017

While kids and dogs are a natural match, not all children are initially comfortable around dogs of any size or type. Of course, larger breeds or even small dogs that bark, snap or growl can be very intimidating to a child. In general, there are three reasons why kids have a fear of dogs. The…

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Flea, Tick and Heartworm Prevention and Treatment

March 21, 2017

One of the most important tasks and responsibilities for any dog owner is in the preventative care and health of their dog(s). Parasites and insects such as fleas, ticks, heartworms and other types of worms are much easier to deal with through a preventative approach than through treatment options. heartworm The good news is that…

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