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    How To Survive Puppy Biting

    July 8, 2017

    Puppies! Who doesn’t love them? They’re cute, cuddly, and silly. They look like little angels when they sleep, which is often. When they’re awake, they spend all their time exploring and learning about the world around them. We marvel at their curiosity and playfulness – until we experience The Teeth. Puppies explore with their mouths, Read More

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    Keep Your Dog Safe This Fourth of July

    June 29, 2017

    Warnings about pets and fireworks are so ubiquitous on social media today, that it seems like repeating the obvious to warn pet owners that they should take extra steps to secure their pets for the holiday. However, there are some fine points to consider that I’d like to add to the suggestions that are most Read More

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    Remedy For Doorbell Barking

    June 26, 2017

    If your dog’s barking when visitors arrive is an eager “Yay, our friends are here!” response, you may find it easier to teach a new behavior. Generally, teaching a new behavior is easier than trying to change a negative emotional response, like anxiety when someone comes to the door. Simply teach your dog that the Read More

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    Calming Signals In Dogs

    June 23, 2017

    Dogs are much more diplomatic than we think. Because you’re in a rush, you call your dog in a somewhat irritated voice to come back to you once he’s had his walk off leash. But just to get your goat, it seems, he makes his way toward you slowly — and in a curve rather than Read More

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    Summer Safety Tips For Your Dog

    June 21, 2017

      When it comes to the summer time heat and sunshine, make sure to follow some safety tips so your pet can join in the fun. Even if it’s only for 10 minutes, don’t leave your dog in your car. Aside from being against the law in many states, even a few moments in the heat Read More

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