3 Tips For Getting Your Dog Ready For First Time Boarding

27 January 2017
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Boarding your dog when you go out of town can be a win-win situation: your dog will get a ton of attention and exercise while you're away, and you can travel lightly without needing to find a way to bring your pup along. Most dogs adapt to boarding situations easily, but the first time can still be a bit anxiety-inducing for both dogs and owners. Here are three ways to make sure your dog is ready for his first time being boarded: Read More 

3 Things To Know if You’re Flying With Your Dog as an ESA

27 January 2017
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Flying with your dog as an Emotional Support Animal has many benefits: you get the reassurance and comfort of having your dog with you on your flight, your dog gets to travel with you instead of under the airplane, and you even get to bypass the typical pet travel fee that most airlines charge. Here are three things to know about getting your dog qualified as an official Emotional Support Animal before your flight: Read More 

3 Things You Should Do If You Witness A Dog Attack

27 January 2017
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Some dogs are genetically predisposed to be very protective or territorial, which can lead to dog fights and attacks. Dobermans, Rottweilers, German Shepherds, and some smaller breeds, including Dachshunds and Jack Russells, are known to be very alert and can be provoked to start a fight with another dog. While not all dogs are aggressive and you should not automatically expect a dog to attack your dog (or your dog to attack others, if they are normally docile), you never know what these animals may communicate to one another to start a quarrel. Read More 

Training Your Canine

26 January 2017
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It can be pretty frustrating to walk into a home and be mobbed by a dog. Some dogs have a lot of energy, but they do not know the best way to let that energy out. So they end up misbehaving and getting into trouble. It is very important that, if you are going to be a dog owner, you take the time to train your dog. You can do it yourself, or you can hire a professional dog trainer to help you with this endeavor. Read More 

At-Home Obedience Training Tips

19 January 2017
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Training your new pup is essential to having your dog understand that you are the alpha and he has to listen to you. Without obedience training, your dog will do what he wants, when he wants, including running out the front door, wandering off, jumping on everyone that comes to your house, and even eating things that don't belong to him. Your dog will have a lot of fun, but you -- not so much. Read More