Category Archives: Advice

Saying Goodbye to Your Dog

Sadly our dogs don’t live as long as we do. One dog year roughly equals seven human years. The correct calculation is a bit more elaborate, but seven years is close enough for reference purposes. With proper nutrition and care, ...

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Canine Enrichment

Mental stimulation is important for long-term health. This is no different for dogs. Teaching dogs to make good decisions and solve problems doesn’t happen through solitary confinement. Engaging dogs on multiple levels is ...

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Dog First Aid Kit

Accidents happen and it is better to be prepared beforehand. This includes putting together a great first aid kit for your dog. Obviously, there are many dog first aid kits on the market and I have rarely seen one that was inherently bad ...

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Build Your Dog Up!

Building your dog up is the key to a successful partnership with your furry family member. Too often, trainers just want you to punish your dog for perceived misbehavior. But how can your dog know what you want if you never made it clear so he can understand?
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Dog Daycare Considerations

Summer is here and many of us like to go on vacation or road trips during this time of year. But what about your canine family member? We have some tips and recommendations for the summer travel season.

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