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Keep calm and stay awake

So you recently adopted a dog, and you want to make sure that you have laid the foundation for your puppy to live a long, happy, and healthy life. Staying awake is the key to your dog’s overall health…and also yours! Socialization: Slowly introduce your pet to your world. Socialization is the key, but in the long run, it will pay off slowly. It is very important to be aware of your dog’s boundaries and comfort zone. For shy, timid, or scared dogs, a small number of newcomers and other

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3 things every dog ​​wants you to know

Whether you own a dog, 10 dogs, or you are just an aspiring pet parent, these three tips will help you understand your canine friends and make them wobbly for more dogs. X and O The history of embrace is entirely human. Like humans, dogs desire touch and love. Unlike humans, dogs are not equivalent to the warm embrace and tight squeeze of love. For most dogs, hugging feels like a confusing trap. We don’t know, our dog may be thinking: Why is this person squeezing me? Ouch! That hurts!

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First day at the dog park

Bringing your new puppy to the dog park is a great way to let them meet other canine friends. Learning how to navigate the backpack dynamics is an important part of your dog’s daily life. Even if you have another dog in your family, introducing your young (or new) dog to a new playmate is good for their overall health and well-being. Read on to learn more about how to take your dog to the dog park safely for the first time. Waiting until your dog is fully vaccinated (if

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High hopes

Does your relationship with your dog meet your expectations? Believe it or not, expectations are very important in determining the overall success of any relationship-including the relationship with your dog. If you like your private space and your dog prefers Velcro over independence, or if you like long-distance running and your dog is a real couch potato, then neither of you really gets what you expect from your relationship of. Knowing who you are and what your dog needs—especially when deciding which dog is your best companion—is the key to

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New dog. who is it?

Bringing a new dog home to your existing dog is exciting! Although some new canine siblings may become good friends, it may take some time for others. Dogs, just like humans, have their own unique personality, which blends with some people but is different from others. In addition, just like people, a good first impression can leave a lasting impact on a dog. Please consider these tips when introducing a new dog into your home, and you will establish a successful and happy relationship between your existing dog and the

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A play style toy suitable for every dog

You may have noticed that your dog also has a unique personality and unique play style. Different play styles usually require different toys. One puppy may like chasing and tug-of-war, while another may be addicted to the ball and pounce on anything that squeaks. If you can decode your dog’s play style, you can determine which toys they like and make the most of your playtime. To discover the play style of your dog, you can do one (or both) of the following two actions: 1. Let your puppy listen

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4 tips for a successful off-rope outing

Getting your puppy off the leash is one of the best ways for them to release steam and burn extra calories. There is no need to slow down their gait to match our gait, outings without a leash are a great way to exhaust your dog. When preparing for a successful outing, consider these 4 questions before taking your dog off the leash. Is my dog’s personality suitable for not being leashed? If you have a nervous, shy or unfriendly dog, going out without a leash may not be the

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How I Dog Trained My Husband

By Katya Lidsky With my feet on the teal mat from Costco, I stared at our drying rack of “clean dishes,” at the knife sticking out, half of it still smeared with peanut butter. Chunks of peanuts glistened under the late afternoon sun that was coming in through the kitchen window. It was Extra Crunchy Skippy, and I was a creamy gal all the way. This meant there could only be one culprit. In the reflection on the metal basin of the sink, I saw the raging flash in my

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Crate expectations: everything you need to know about crate training your dog

Whether the dog you bring home is a puppy or an adult dog, it will take some time to adjust to the new environment. One of the best ways to help make this adjustment is to designate a space that serves as a safe haven-if your dog feels overwhelmed or just wants to rest. The easiest way to create this space is to provide a crate for your dog. If set up and used correctly, the crate can not only become a place your dog chooses as his/her resting space,

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Get rid of boredom with fun games and activities for dogs

We all know how important exercise is to the health and well-being of our four-legged family members. But did you know that mental exercise is just as important? Correctly! Games and exercises that stimulate your dog to think, focus, and problem-solving not only help deplete some of your dog’s seemingly endless energy but are also great at keeping boredom away. They also help build self-confidence, make training easier, and keep your pup mentally fit. 1. The shell game You will recognize this familiar sleight of hand that the people of

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