Sheri Renaud, Author at Train That Pooch
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The Dangers and Risks of Mold Exposure for Dogs

The International Center for Toxicology and Medicine estimated that 70% of all houses in the US have a mold problem. Like most people, you have read about the effects of mold in human beings – pulmonary distress, wheezing, coughing, headaches, and, in a worst-case scenario, pneumonia and bronchitis.But did you know dogs could be in […]

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The Ultimate Guide for Choosing Dog Clothing

Some dog owners mistake apparel as something unnecessary. Perhaps their conception is that dogs already have fur, so what’s it really for? Well, dog clothing is not just something that can make your furry friends look more adorable. They serve a purpose too. Let’s take a look at some reasons why you should consider buying […]

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How Much Food Should I Feed My Dog?

“Poppy, time to eat!”These may be your dog’s favorite words to hear each day. But in the back of your mind, you can’t help but wonder whether you’re actually helping her or hurting her at mealtime.Specifically, the question “how much food should I feed my dog” keeps running through your head. Research shows that nearly 56% […]

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5 Benefits of CBD On Your Dog’s Intelligence

Dogs are not just loyal pets but are truly intellectual partners to human beings. Over the years, dogs have shown many signs of cognitive responses such as problem-solving, developing conceptual skills, understanding and processing new information, comparing, combining, responding to gestures, body language, and even human emotions in some cases.Training and teaching these sophisticated creatures […]

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Train Your Dog from Home During COVID-19

With professional training classes and obedience schools closed due to COVID-19, you may be wondering how to keep up on your pup’s training. Fortunately, it’s easy to train your dog at home. All you need is a distraction-free environment, some treats, and a little bit of patience. “Sit” and “stay” aren’t just cool tricks to show […]

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How to Socialize Your Socially Awkward Pup

Dogs are very much like humans when it comes to personalities. They are all unique, regardless of breed. Yes, there are typical characteristics associated with certain breeds but you can’t expect your German Shepherd to be super social just because they are a German Shepherd. There are many contributing factors that make up a dog’s […]

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How Dogs Help Us Live a Longer Life

We have all felt the need to complete our family by bringing home an adorable pet. A pet, which will love us unconditionally and always keep the vibe of our house positive and full of life.Who does not like waking up every morning looking at a smiling face of a cute puppy, wagging its tail […]

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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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