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speak dog language

Whether you’re a first-time dog owner or a seasoned individual who can train your dog with a refresher, sharing a language is the first step in ensuring a long-term happy relationship with your pup. Our dogs are very smart! They have a strong set of senses, love their work, and are good at reading clues. Watching them make new discoveries and learn new tricks (especially if we caught it on camera) is one of the best parts of being a pet parent. Helping your dog learn new commands or tricks

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Going this route: 3 things to consider when choosing a belt

Choosing the right leash for you and your dog can be the difference between a good walk and a good one. In fact, it can actually make a huge difference between walking your dog and walking your dog! Here are some tips on different lengths, materials and types of leash to help you choose the best leash option for your (and your dog) outdoor adventure. length and width You can find belts in many different lengths. There are many options from standard 4 and 6 foot belts to 8, 12

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3 things you should do to help any dog ​​feel at ease

Whether you’re going to meet and greet, bring your new dog home for the first time, or just meet someone’s dog on the street, knowing how to put your dog at ease is the first step to becoming a dog whisperer and paw-some pet parent. Here are three tips that are sure to help you make friends with any dog ​​you come across. 1. Tone A soft, melodic, calm tone is the quickest way to convey “I’m not here to hurt you” to your dog. Sing softly, or even read

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X and O

Sometimes dogs interpret signs of affection differently than we think. While dogs may be a man’s (and woman’s) best friend, hugging and kissing a dog can make them uncomfortable and put you at risk. Check out these tips to understand hugs and kisses from a puppy’s perspective. 1. Body language Give the dog a pet and check their body language before diving into hugs and kisses. Is the dog stiff? Are the fur on their backs upright? Do they drool and lick their lips or growl? Do the whites of

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Smooth Motion: 7 Tips for Relocating with Your Dog

Whether you’re moving into or out of a bustling metropolis, changing homes can be difficult for our dogs. New places bring many new sights, sounds, smells and sensations, which often leads to some sensory overload. Helping your dog adjust to a new place requires patience and consistency. Check out these tips to make the transition as smooth as possible. Go travel Once you know which city or community you’re moving to, take your dog to see if you can. Let your dog experience the sights, sounds and smells of a

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All Aboard: Why having the whole family in training will help Fido learn

So you have a new dog and you put a lot of energy, maybe a lot of money, definitely a lot of time into the training class. You’re excited because it’s all starting to pay off. Your new dog is well behaved and full of crowd-pleasing skills. There’s just one problem…your dog only listens to you. Every other family member was greeted with crickets and blank stares when they asked Fido to sit, stay or roll over. All your hard work seems to have nothing to do with other family

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not you.It’s Me: Why Our Dogs Behave Different Around Different People

If you reach for his favorite ball, the Fido you know and love will raise his lips and show his teeth, maybe wary of a new dog, and hate walking on a leash so much that he’s willing to chew on a lead to free himself. But hey, we all have problems, you love your canine companion more than life itself. You have fully embraced who your dog is. You trade his balls for his treats, skip the dog park, avoid street walks at all costs, and drive an extra

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5 tips to help your dog settle down

Adopting a dog is a beneficial emotional experience. You have taken this opportunity to give worthy animals a new good life, and you have the right to be proud and excited about your new BFF. It is tempting to introduce your new puppy to all your friends and family immediately, almost irresistible. However, since you are a new pet parent, it is also important to consider what is best for your dog. Relaxing during the first week of your dog’s new life is a great way to help them adjust

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Stimulate and enrich your dog’s life

Your dog is not just a pet. He is family. But as in any family, there is sometimes trouble. And when you come home to cover every surface with pillow fillings, including your ashamed Fido, or whenever you spend more time chasing after your little Max or Millie than actually visiting them every time you visit friends, that can be a sign your dog needs more stimulation and enrichment. But how do you go about it? A dog’s life You might think of your dog as a cute and cuddly

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Grooming break: teach your dog to sleep on its own bed

Even your dog needs a good night’s sleep to feel best when it wakes up. If you have run out of space in your bed, have chosen a place where your dog sleeps all the time and decide to fill it with people, or you just don’t want to share your bed with your dog, this article is for you. Teaching your dog to sleep in his own bed seems like a daunting task, involving philosophical issues, such as: if my dog ​​can’t sleep with me, will she feel left

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