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Skunked? Don’t use tomato juice.

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For as long as I remember, tomato juice baths were the anecdote to get rid of the smell if a dog gets skunked. However, that’s a myth. According to Dr. Gary Ryder, a tomato juice bath does not work. It will leave your dog smelling like skunk and tomato soup. Instead, Dr. Ryder recommends the [...]

Back to School and the Family Pet

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After a fun summer of hiking, playing in the yard, and cuddling, back to school days can be hard on your pet. The routine changes mean less time or different times together which can throw your dog or cat into a small funk. The change in schedule can cause some stress to your pet. Signs [...]

5 ways to stay calm when training your dog

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One of the most important things when raising your pup is to make sure you are calm and keep the training sessions on track. It’s hard. Puppies have an attention span of about 10 seconds before they go do something else that is more fun to them. Sometimes they can learn how to sit and [...]

Why Your Dog Likes Some Dogs and Not Others

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Let’s face it, like us, dogs may not always like everyone at the dog park or at dog daycare. Sometimes this may be due to body language that we can’t see or smells that the other dog may have. Dogs communicate with each other in ways we can’t always detect. A flick of an ear, [...]

What is hip displaysia in dogs?

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Hip displaysia is a disease in dogs where the ball and socket joint is slightly malformed. The malformation means the ball and socket don’t meet properly and results in the two grinding instead of sliding. It is believed hip displaysia may be due to genetics or a mix of environmental factors and genes. It is [...]

Call of the Wild? Puppies Howling

So, while we don’t want our dogs to howl most days… especially at night, there’s nothing cuter than watching puppies howl. If you need a break from work, news, and paying bills, then take a few minutes and watch this compilation of baby pups howling. Rottie pup howling This husky has a nice trill to [...]

7 Important Tips for Camping With Your Dog

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Bringing your furry buddy along on a camping trip can be a lot of fun but this means packing some extra things for her, and thinking about her impact on environment, too. Before you head out to the Adirondacks, Death Valley, or Lake Tahoe, make sure you’re prepared for the trip. Plan – Make sure [...]

Want To Teach Your Dog To “Fetch?” Try This!

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Not all dogs are natural retrievers. Some want you to throw a toy so they can chase and get it but don’t understand the concept of bringing it back to you for another toss. Old training methods used to advocate for a forced retrieve. This entailed a negative reinforcement technique if the dog did not [...]

It’s Spring! 5 Tips for Dog Owners

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Spring has arrived! If you’re like me you’re loving the sunnier days but also sneezing your brains out. Now is the time to clean that overcrowded garage, get the gardening tools out, and make more time for playing outside with your dog. 5 Tips for Spring Schedule a vet check – With longer days, more [...]

Why Do Dogs Circle Before Lying Down?

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Have you ever watched your dog walk and turn in circles before settling in for a nap? Do you know why dogs do that? There’s a few theories but it seems to be it’s an instinct that has descended with dogs from their wild ancestors. Some experts believe circling before lying down is a leftover [...]

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