Posts Tagged ‘dog tips’

Keep Your Dog Slim and Trim!


So you’ve noticed your dog’s harness is a little tighter around her mid-section and when she lands on her feet from jumping out of the car it’s now a loud “THUD” as opposed to the softer “THUMP” from last year. Your dog might be getting chubby. Some dogs are naturally heftier than others and some [...]

7 Ways to Help You Recover a Lost Dog


This morning I was walking two dogs and as I turned a corner one of them started tugging to go check out something in the grass. The other dog tugged the other way. For a split second I thought about what I would do if one got away. Their leashes were wrapped around my hands [...]

Take Your Dog To Work Day: June 22, 2012


Have a dog? Have a job? Whew, good for you. Celebrate these two facts by taking your dog to work on Friday June 22. Check with your company to see if they are participating in the event and will allow you to bring your pup before Friday. This is an annual worldwide event that was [...]

Dog Walking – Tips and Tricks

Walking your dog is a great way to get some exercise, reinforce the bond between you two, and a great time to practice training and tricks. One of the biggest questions many owners have is about finding the best type of leash and collar or harness for walks. Harnesses, collars, and halti leads are all [...]

Socialize Your Puppy

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Dogs are social by nature and enjoy the company of people and other dogs if socialized. Dog daycares, dog parks, and puppy play times have become very common for dog owners to partake in and it’s very important to have a well-socialized and well-behaved puppy to ensure that everyone has a good time. Socializing a [...]

Motion Sickness and Dogs: Signs and Treatment


Dogs seem to really like car rides. Many of them try to hang their heads out the window and watch the world fly by. Some try to stand on the middle console between the front seats and others look out the back window seeing who is following them. There are some dogs that do not [...]

House Breaking Tips


House breaking a puppy or dog that isn’t trained is accomplished by rewarding good behavior (going to the bathroom outside) and preventing her/him from going inside. Some dogs will learn and pick up what you are asking them to do very quickly while others may take a bit longer. Don’t be frustrated, and keep working [...]

5 Tips For Leash Walking

Going out and exploring the world can be extremely exciting and over stimulating for your dog. They know when you grab the leash and it’s time and their tail may start to wag so hard that their whole body jiggles. It can be really cute and bring a smile to your face. However, sometimes this [...]

Why Puppies Bite And How To Curb It

One thing that puppies do is bite. They learn about the world around them using their sense of smell, touch, and taste. A dog might lick something to learn about it or chew and bite it. Puppies bite to learn and also to help relieve the irritation that can arouse from teething. When dogs and [...]

A Second Dog Might Not Be Right


Sometimes having a dog can be tough and we see them get a little bored, seem sad, and get into things that they shouldn’t. There are only so many days a week we can make trips to the dog park. Doggie daycare can be a great answer to help them socialize, run around, and have [...]

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