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dog digging solutions

Spring has sprung, and if you're like the millions of homeowners who have worked extra hard on their gardens this year, you know how frustrating it can be when your pup digs up your bulbs! Before you give up on your rose bushes, it is important to understand why your dog might be digging. Once you figure out their need to dig, you can take the right action steps to stop them from ruining your garden.

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dog exercises

Similar to the rise in obesity among humans, dogs can also suffer from the epidemic. Poor diet, excessive rewarding, and a lack of physical activity can be detrimental to the health of your pup. Aside from joint pain and difficulty breathing, obese dogs are more susceptible to canine diabetes and cancer. Fortunately, it's easy for dog owners to help their pets avoid these health issues. Playing outdoors and engaging your pet in motion is simple - and fun! April is Canine Fitness Month, so we've put together a guide to keeping your dog happy and healthy this spring. 

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Bad Behavior Busters

4/7/2017 9:22 AM

pet behavior help

How many times have you yelled "bad dog!" aloud to your pup to no avail? If it's more times than you can remember, it's time to reevaluate your correction methods.

When we yell as pet owners, more often than not our animals don't understand what they're being reprimanded for. When you raise your voice and your dog doesn't listen, you're instilling a fear in them that can ultimately lead them to hide any time they hear your voice, Here are some of the best ways to get a handle on your dog's behavior without yelling. 

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When you think of backyard fencing, your mind probably conjures images of metal, chain-link fences or wooden planks standing tall. Fences serve two purposes; they help keep things off of your personal property, and conversely, fences help keep things safely contained on your property, like pets.

Many pet owners have wondered "which fence is best for dogs?" This question is best answered by comparing traditional fences with invisible ones. Let's take a look at two of the most popular fencing options for pet owners.  

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Winter pets

As humans, we understand the importance of physical fitness. We also know how hard it can be stay active throughout the cold and dark winter. Like humans, our dogs need physical activity, too! It's just as  important to keep your dog active, particularly during the winter months. Keep yourself and your pet moving with these pet-friendly winter activities.

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Holiday Food Tips For Pets

11/29/2016 9:52 AM

holiday safe food for pets

The holidays are finally here! That means plenty of gatherings with friends and family, and of course, your pets. If you're a pet owner, chances are your pet is treated like the rest of the family around the holiday dinner table, with scraps of food being tossed their way every now and then. Certain holiday foods are okay to give to your family cat or dog, while other foods could cause major health issues that ruin everyone's holiday. Keep your pet happy and healthy this season with this helpful pet-safe guide to holiday food. 

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How To House Train Your Puppy

11/4/2016 11:12 AM

how to house train your puppy

A potty-trained puppy can save you a ton of headaches–and your carpet– and allow you to live a happy, more fulfilled life with your pet. Like teaching a baby how to walk, housetraining a puppy isn’t an overnight process; it requires a lot of patience, commitment, and consistency. Follow these guidelines to put your pup on the right track within a few weeks

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dog behavior training

If you're the new owner of a dog, chances are he or she has demonstrated some not-so-nice behaviors. Dogs - puppies in particular - can misbehave both at home and in public due to their rambunctious personalities. No matter what negative behaviors your dog exhibits, there are ways to correct them! Training is one of the most important parts of owning a dog. Ample time and plenty of patience will make your training successful, along with positive reinforcement and plenty of practice.

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Nutrition For Dogs

9/12/2016 9:36 AM

dog food nutrition

When walking through the pet store, trying to find a food for your dog, what happens? Do we know what type of food we are going to buy: dry, wet, dehydrated, raw, make our own? Are we well- researched going into the store, knowing exactly what to choose?  Do we select a food based on a recommendation from the store employee, or a friend?  Do we pay close attention to the marketing on television, online, advertisements, etc., and choose based on what is stated? It certainly can be overwhelming, but with some research, (and tips from this blog!), finding the best option for your best friend will be a piece of cake!

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indoor pet fenc

Have you ever walked into your kitchen only to find the trash can tipped over, garbage everywhere, and a very guilty pup staring up at you? Perhaps you've tried traditional training methods of keeping your pet away from a certain area to no avail. As a pet owner, you may be familiar with outdoor containment systems, but what you might not know is that the same technology can be utilized indoors to keep your pet out of certain areas. 

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