You Can Teach An Old Dog New Tricks: Why Your Dog Needs Obedience Training

Posted on: 22 August 2018

If you haven't enrolled your dog in obedience training yet, now's a good time to add that to your to-do list. You might not think that your dog needs obedience training, but that might not necessarily be true. Obedience training is actually something that all dogs should go through at least once in their lives. Here are just four of the reasons why your dog should be enrolled in obedience training.
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At-Home Skunk Treatments For Your Furry Pal

Posted on: 27 July 2017

Dogs are naturally curious animals, sniffing everything and everyone, including other animals. They don't know that the cat they are sniffing has huge claws, or the possum they are trying to sniff can tear it to shreds if it wants, or that black and white animal with a long tail will lift that tail and spray him as a defense mechanism - dogs just don't know these things. You'll know it though if your dog is sprayed by a skunk.
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How a Boarding Center Can Calm an Aggressive Anti-Social Dog

Posted on: 10 January 2017

Dogs are social creatures that love spending time with other people and even other dogs. Unfortunately some dogs suffer from an inability to mingle with others of their species. Many dog owners think this is a hopeless situation, but thankfully, dog boarding can break this habit in both young and older dogs. Aggressive Dogs May Lack Dog Socialization The main reason that dogs are aggressive towards other dogs is a lack of socialization.
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Tips For Boarding Puppies

Posted on: 2 November 2016

Going out of town or on vacation can be made more difficult if you have a puppy at home. Compared to older dogs, puppies are more likely to become destructive, suffer anxiety, or get bored when left alone for long hours. A pet sitter in the home isn't always a good option. Instead, you may want to consider boarding for your younger pup. The following guide can help you board a puppy successfully.
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