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Adoption Checklist: Are You Ready to Adopt a Dog?

Adopting a dog is one of the finer things you can do in life and it is a truly rewarding achievement. Getting a new pooch from a breeder is all well and good, but dog shelters are usually crawling with abandoned dogs in desperate need of a new home. The bond between an owner and his adopted pet is really something special, and the love an adopted dog can develop for their caretaker can really go to new depths. However, if the experience is to be pleasant and healthy for all involved, you must take note of a few crucial...

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Top Indestructible Chew Toys for Aggressive Pit Bulls

Everybody knows that the Pit Bull is a hell of an aggressive chewer who can do a lot of damage to all kinds of things that are unfortunate enough to end up in his jaws. These dogs need tough dog toys for aggressive chewers. Pit Bulls require indestructible dog toys that will last a long time and endure all kinds of brutal punishment. In that regard, we will take a look at five of the top indestructible chew toys for Pit Bulls that are not only tough but are also fun and stimulating. Of course, it’s paramount that the toy...

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How to Help a Dog with Separation Anxiety

Dogs are mammals - they have feelings. It should come as no surprise that they feel fear, anxiety, happiness, loneliness, and the whole gamut of emotions we have as humans. If you have a dog suffering from separation anxiety, there are many things you can do to help them. You can reduce excessive barking and destructive behavior in dogs with the tips provided. What is Separation Anxiety in Dogs Dogs worry that their owners will not come back. When separation anxiety in a dog presents itself, it is often because this dog is a rescue or has received some abusive...

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Dealing with Dog Anxiety

Is Your Dog Anxious? Dog anxiety is a fairly prevalent problem that can befall dogs of any shape, size, or breed for a number of reasons. While fear is a completely natural response that plays an important part in the survival mechanisms of dogs and almost all other creatures, our pets are also susceptible to chronic anxieties and even phobias that are associated with specific situations or objects. Therefore, anxiety in dogs is more than just a random scare and it goes beyond the basic fear response, as it often takes on the shape of an irrational, pointless phobia that can...

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10 Tips to Train Your Puppy from 8 Weeks On

Training your dog since puppyhood is the cornerstone of successful dog ownership. Moreover, as long as you approach the process with the right attitude, training your pup will be a fulfilling, mutually beneficial experience and a lot of fun. Eight weeks is a good place to start, but nothing is stopping you from introducing your dog to the fundamentals of discipline even earlier. Either way, these are the ten quintessential tips to get you started on the right track. All Things Puppy Training Potty Training When it comes to potty training, the name of the game is patience. You must...

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Dog Grooming Advice That Works

Finding nail clippers for large dogs, and even nail clippers for small dogs, can be difficult. Make sure you dog’s puppy health is the main priority and make them feel loved by making sure that you groom your dog, and make him feel like a king or her a queen by the simple use of dog clippers! While, your dog may not seem like he loves having a bath or he might make you sweat when you try to cut his nails, it is incredibly important to cut your dog’s nails. Not using large dog nail clippers (small dog clippers...

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Leash Training 101: Do’s and Don'ts for Labrador Retrievers

Labrador Leash Training Everyone who has a dog for sure loves them dearly. There is something about having a pet that bonds you to them, even though when there is excessive shedding, drooling, peeing, pooping, and tugging on that leash. Before we get into it, it is a good idea to invest in a short training dog leash; especially when Labrador leash training—the bigger the dog the more important it is.   Labrador Leash Training: The Do’s Sometimes it can be embarrassing for many people when they cannot control their dog, and they may even begin to resent their beloved...

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All Things Labrador

Chocolate, Black, Yellow, and more! There are so many different kinds of Labrador Retrievers in the world to adore. This popular breed has been depicted for years in pop culture as the ideal family dog, and tons of American families currently own a Labrador. Labs are known for being very playful, loving, loyal and energetic dogs. The breed is classified as a sporting dog breed and they are commonly used to hunt. Like all dogs, labs have a keen sense of smell. They also have a very specific pointing stance they take while hunting. These attributes and more make labs...

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