Sheri Renaud, Author at Train That Pooch
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When Should You Stop Giving CBD To Your Pet?

Cannabidiol (CBD), a non-psychoactive compound found in cannabis, has gained immense popularity as a medical drug in the last few years. In pets too, CBD oils have seen tremendous growth for the treatment of anxiety, joint-pains, relief from inflammation, etc. Although lab tests on mice have shown promising results, research on the efficacy of CBD […]

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9 Easy Exercises You Can Do With Your Dog

According to CBS News, over half of pets in the U.S. are obese or overweight. Those extra pounds can lead to diabetes, joint problems, and even anxiety. You don’t want that for your dog and certainly not for yourself. Fortunately, many of these conditions can be treated with a good sweat!We’ve compiled 9 easy exercises […]

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8 Fun Games to Play with your Dog

Almost every dog owner loves quality time with their dogs, but having the same activities every day can get tiring and boring for both you and your pup. We are here to help you change up your routine and give you some ideas for games to play with your dog.Outdoor Games to Play With Your […]

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6 Reasons to Groom Your Dog

The moment you bring a dog into your life you become a pet parent. Which I believe is a big understatement. You know, getting a dog is not like buying a new toy that you can toss out when you get bored or don’t feel like playing with it anymore. What you buy with your […]

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Dogs Vs Fish: Which Make the Best Pet

Are you in the market for a new pet? If so, before immediately springing for what’s generally the most popular pet option (dogs), first consider all of the options out there. One extremely common pet is a fish. Have you considered getting a fish instead of a dog?As you’ll discover in this article, there are […]

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The American Water Spaniel: An Inside Look

The American Water Spaniel is one of the few dog breeds that were developed and bred in the United States. Their original use was to walk alongside hunters to sniff and find prey. However, as society changed, there was little need for their hunting skills to be used.  From there, they’ve become an exotic pet breed […]

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7 of the Most Effective Dog Training Methods

Dog training has gained popularity over the years. It is not only an essential aspect for every dog owner but teaching your dog vital skills lays the foundation in preparing your dog for a lifetime of companionship and ethical behavior. With that said, there are many different types of dog training methods practiced worldwide. Some are […]

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Top 10 Most Loyal Dogs in the World

Dogs are charming little fur-balls, so it’s easy to fall in love with them. They are naturally sweet and doting, but the subject of loyalty is a totally different topic. Some dogs seem to adore all humans, regardless of who feed them, bathe them, or cuddle them at night. Others, on the other hand, can […]

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What to do When Your Dog Gets Car Sick

Picture this.You are on the road with your dog, and she suddenly starts foaming and looking really ill. Before you can react, she vomits all over the dashboard. Welcome to the real pet world, where dogs actually get car sick because of the fear of being in a moving car. The good news is that you […]

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Best Multivitamin for Dogs (Here’s How to Choose)

Thanks for stopping by to read our post on the best multivitamin for dogs! Multivitamins are products intended to supplement the diet with vitamins, minerals, and other nutritional elements. Such preparations are available in capsules, powder, tablets, pastille, liquids or inject-able formulas.As dog owners, we should ensure that our pets have a balanced diet. It is […]

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What’s Brain Training For Dogs?

Do you have a puppy that needs training, but not sure how to go about it? Or maybe your dog has some basic training, but you want to teach him more advanced techniques to keep him mentally stimulated. Perhaps your dog’s behavior is proving to be challenging like continually barking, aggressive, pulling on the lead or […]

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