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  • How to Keep Dogs Off of Furniture

    Many of us who own dogs have had the experience of finally sitting down on the couch after a long day of work and then a hectic evening of parenting and managing the family, only to realize that we are now covered in dog fur that was left on the cushions. 
  • A Guide to Socializing a Dog

    Some dogs are just anxious, and there are a lot of reasons for it. Some are naturally anxious, others have some type of separation anxiety and still, others may have had unfortunate upbringings before we adopted them where they were mistreated and/or neglected. 
  • A Guide to Potty Training Your Puppy

    The day you bring a new puppy home is a magical one, as you’re welcoming a new member into the family. Your new friend will be a loyal and loving companion for years to come, and it’s easy to look forward to all the happiness you’re going to get to enjoy with your new member of the pack.
  • SIGNS OF A DOG OVERHEATING AND HOW TO FIX IT

    Summer is the time of year when all of us like to get out and enjoy the fresh air. Especially for those of us who live in climates where it’s cold in the winter, spring and/or fall, summer is a big opportunity to experience nature in relative comfort. The same holds true for our dogs, or at least that’s what many of us who own them think.
  • 5 Fun Ways to Keep a Puppy Entertained

    There aren’t many more exciting occasions in a family’s life than when they bring home a new puppy to become a member of the pack. It’s a new day, a new era, and a time that’s filled with hope, anticipation, and excitement.
  • 4 Easy Ways to Help With Your Dog's Separation Anxiety

    Dog owners know what it’s like to leave the house, only to come home and see that half of the living room has been destroyed. After the initial burst of anger and shock, we go looking for the culprit, only to find our furry friend in a corner somewhere, cowering in fear because he or she knows that trouble is looming. 
  • 6 Ways to Help an Anxious Dog

    Some dogs are just anxious, and there are a lot of reasons for it. Some are naturally anxious, others have some type of separation anxiety and still, others may have had unfortunate upbringings before we adopted them where they were mistreated and/or neglected.
  • How to Keep a Hyperactive Dog Entertained

    You love your dog, but for some reason it simply will not settle down. It’s constantly bouncing around the house, tail wagging, snout poking, and tongue hanging, and you can’t believe how much energy it has all day and all night long.
  • How To Solve Your Dog's Chewing Problem

    Most dog owners have been there: You come home or walk into a room you haven’t been in for awhile and find that something has – or multiple things have – been chewed into oblivion. 
  • How Playtime Can Ease a Dog’s Anxiety

    Even the happiest dogs can experience anxiety but playtime can be an effective dog anxiety treatment. Let’s take a look at why your dog may be anxious and what you can do about it.
  • Get Your Overweight Pup Into Shape: A Guide

    Like us, dogs can be overweight, too. Help your pooch get back on track with this handy guide with dog weight loss tips so that they can live. long, happy, and healthy life.
  • Outdoor Etiquette with Your Dog During the Coronavirus Quarantine

    Social distancing is a vital aspect of combatting COVID-19 and it’s not easy for you or your dog. Here's what you can do to keep them happy and healthy.