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Dog Ramps: Why You Might Need One And What To Look For

Dog Ramps: Why You Might Need One And What To Look For

December 19, 2021
Just like us, older dogs can experience joint and back pain. Even a puppy can experience or be prone to back or joint issues, depending on the breed. A dog ramp or stairs can be a great way to ensure a good quality of life for your pup with mobility issues or risks.
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All You Need to Know About Dog Humping: Why They Do It and How To Deal With It

All You Need to Know About Dog Humping: Why They Do It and How To Deal With It

December 18, 2021
Although it may seem unusual if this is your first dog, any dog owner will tell you that they have seen their dog humping something at some point in time. Humping is a normal part of the canine activity for both male and female dogs and can be due to several reasons. It's important to understand the root cause behind why your dog is humping to properly address it. In this article we look at the different reasons your dog may be engaging in humping and what you can do about it.
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Should I Neuter My Dog?

Should I Neuter My Dog?

December 16, 2021
When you first get your dog, it might seem like a good idea to have them spayed or neutered early, primarily before the 6-month mark. This has been the traditional veterinary advice for a long time. You may hope that this fixes certain unwanted behavioral problems such as humping, marking, aggression, roaming, or straying? But what are the key considerations around neutering your dog?
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Letting Your Dog Run Free: Tips for Returning Them To Their Leash Safely

Letting Your Dog Run Free: Tips for Returning Them To Their Leash Safely

December 16, 2021
Off-leash training can be a fun and rewarding experience for both you and your dog, but it's important to do it safely. Make sure to properly train them before letting them loose in an uncontrolled environment and always be aware of your surroundings. If you're looking for tips on how to off-leash train your dog you've come to the right place.
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Why Do Dogs Eat Poop? And What You Can Do About It

Why Do Dogs Eat Poop? And What You Can Do About It

December 18, 2021
If you've ever seen a dog happily eating its poop, you might be wondering why. And if you're the owner of that dog, it's probably driving you crazy! The truth is that there are many reasons why dogs eat their poop - and we'll tell you about them in this article. We'll also provide some tips on how to deal with your pup's habit of eating poo (yes, we said "poop"). Sound good? Then keep reading!
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Foods Your Dog Should Not Have Infographic

Foods Your Dog Should Not Have Infographic

December 10, 2021
A handy cheat sheet with common human foods that dogs should avoid.
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Tips for Dealing With Shedding Dogs

Tips for Dealing With Shedding Dogs

December 5, 2021
Dealing with shedding is one of the constant struggles of owning a dog, but it can be manageable. How often and how much your dog sheds depends a lot on what kind of dog you have. In summary you'll want to make sure you have the right tools for the job such as a proper deshedding brush and a vacuum that is specifically good for picking up pet hair. What kind of fabric you keep around the house, for example what the couch or couch cover is made out of, can make a huge difference. Shampoos and dietary considerations can ensure your dogs coat remains healthy and limits shedding. Finally make sure your dog isn't overly stressed.
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5 Strategies for Stopping Nuisance Barking

5 Strategies for Stopping Nuisance Barking

November 16, 2021
Barking can pose a problem for you as a dog owner whether that’s peeved neighbors, interrupted zoom calls, early morning wake up calls, or just a headache. Here are some of the ways to handle nuisance barking.
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Tips and Tricks for How to Open Dog Poop Bags

Tips and Tricks for How to Open Dog Poop Bags

December 18, 2021
Opening dog poop bags can be a surprisingly frustrating experience. In this article we'll show you how to avoid that frustration and bring peace to your walks.
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