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Is Your Dog Guilty?

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You come home from a nice evening out on the town and it hits you as you enter the house. The unmistakable odor of your dog’s elimination drifts into your nasal passages as you turn on the light. There it is, on the expensive living room floor. As your dog races in excitedly to greet…

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READY FOR A DOG?

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Are you thinking about bringing a new dog into your home? Here are a few points to consider to see if you are ready to bring home a furry friend. Many of us work about 30-40 hours a week, so time can be limited when it comes to spending time with our pets. When deciding…

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A Better Relationship with your Pet

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The key to a good pet-owner relationship is understanding your dog or cat and their preferences as best you can. Learning animal body language is a vital step, but it can’t hurt to have a few handy pet tricks up your sleeve. After doing lots of reading, research and training of our own, here are…

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Spring Pet Safety Outdoors

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 With beautiful weather finally calling our names to get outside, pet owners should take steps to make sure enjoying the outdoors is safe for you and your pet. The Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT) offers tips on what to watch for while enjoying the great outdoors. No grazing – If your dog likes to…

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Why Does YOUR Dog Bark? Train Away Barking by Recognizing its Cause

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All dogs can bark. Even the “barkless” dog, the Basenji, lets out a yodel-like howl that could put some barking dogs to shame. Regardless of when and where it happens, most pet owners are keen to put a stop to repetitive barking. In this case, training is more about controlling and stopping a behavior than…

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