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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 to Be a Prepared Puppy Parent

There are few things more adorable than a playful puppy. And there are few things more exciting than bringing yours home for the first time. You and your pup are going to do everything together and be lifelong friends, and you’ve probably already been dreaming of this experience for years. Before diving right in, however, […]

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How to Train Your Puppy to Sleep ALL Night

Adding a puppy to your family is no less than welcoming a newborn human baby into your life. They have the same cuteness that makes your heart go warm. However, there is also a flip-side to the inclusion of this new member – their sheer energy is too much for a regular person to handle. Whether it […]

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New Puppy Tips

Having a new puppy comes with excitement and with it also comes challenges because it has not yet been trained how to behave. Your will have to deal with some unfavorable behaviors such as chewing, whining, pooping and jumping. It is therefore important to ensure that you start your relationship on the right foot and that […]

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Top Tricks for Stopping Puppy Biting

Puppies have a habit of biting and nipping on just about anything. If you are not careful, they can grow up to become very aggressive. Besides, a puppy with a biting behavior can bite on your leather furniture, among other household items. It can also attack your toddlers as they play with the little animal. […]

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