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My Dog is a Loner… Help!

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  Sometimes, people are loners, and that’s ok. We don’t expect that we all have to always socialize and get along with everyone all the time. We shouldn’t expect it of our dogs, either. Even a dog can be a loner! You might have noticed that your dog doesn’t always seem to get along with…

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Dog Training 101: The Benefits of Dog Training Camp

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There are different (and often cute) names for dog training camp: puppy kindergarten, obedience school, and our own Manners Daycare and Canine Training Camp. Regardless of what it’s called, training your dog has benefits—for both the dog and the owner. Training should start as soon as possible when someone gets their dog. This helps the…

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Adventure Playcare: A Daycare for Dogs Who Need a Little Special Attention

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Does your pooch prefer the company of humans to playing with other dogs all day? Then you know how difficult it can be to find a daycare for dogs that don’t get along with their fellow canines. According to Robin Bennett, a certified professional dog trainer, some pups just prefer people, and that’s okay. “You…

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U.S. Army Specialist & His Bomb-Sniffing Dog Reunite!

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Yesterday, August 20, 2015, Vance, a U.S. Army Specialist and his bomb-sniffing dog, reunited after 3 long years! They served together in Afghanistan and Vance missed his army partner very much. Vance was not sure he would see his pal again but thankfully the U.S. War Dogs Association and Mission K9 Rescue made it happen!…

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Do Dogs Understand Smiles?

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Does your dog tend to understand your emotions? If so, they are not the only ones! Recent studies from the Clever Dog Lab in Vienna shows that dogs do in fact know how we’re feeling by reading our facial expressions. Researchers tested dogs in the study using a touchscreen. The scientists trained the dogs to…

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