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How to be your dog’s best advocate…and friend

How to be your dog’s best advocate…and friend

August 12, 2018
We love our dogs, they’re our playmates, our confidants, our fur kids. Whether we’ve had them since puppies or adopted them as adults we’ve tried our best to train them, bring them up in the right way and ultimately make them happy. If any of this rings true for you…
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Teach your dog to LOVE his crate!

Teach your dog to LOVE his crate!

July 30, 2018
To crate or not to crate? THAT is the question! Crating training dogs is a long debated topic and ultimately comes down to personal choice. Like anything, crates can be used in the wrong way (the incorrect size or used as a punishment, for example) but when trained and used…
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The ultimate guide to keeping your dog cool in hot weather

The ultimate guide to keeping your dog cool in hot weather

July 7, 2018
With the heat wave showing no signs of relenting, it's important we know how to keep our furry friends cool in the hot weather. Some dogs love a sunbathe and that’s fine so long as shade and water are available and they know when they are getting too hot and…
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How do I calm my dog down??

How do I calm my dog down??

July 6, 2018
LOTS of dogs (and especially puppies) find being relaxed and calm quite a challenging concept! Yes, they have lots of energy, but often they also just find life really EXCITING! Something as simple as a leaf blowing in the wind can be highly stimulating for some dogs as this little…
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