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Four Things That You Should Do To Get Your Dog Ready For Boarding

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If you are going to board your dog while you are on an upcoming trip, there are a few things that you can do to get them ready for this. Just as you would plan for your trip, getting your dog ready for their extended stay is important as well. Here are four things to take into consideration when getting your dog all set for their own trip to a boarding facility. Read More»

Sit! Stay! The Most Common Mistakes Owners Make When Training A Puppy

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Training a puppy is one of those tasks that seems fairly easy on the surface, but is actually a lot more complex than most people realize. There are some common puppy training beliefs that are actually counter productive towards having a well-trained pooch. Here’s a look at some of the most common mistakes that people make when attempting to train a puppy on their own. Making training too consistent Dogs are creatures of habit, and it’s easy for them to learn “ Read More»

4 Advantages Of Dog Boarding

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Whether you are going out of town for a couple days or a week, you want to make sure your dog is looked after properly. Instead of bothering your friends or family members to take care of your furry friend, consider a dog boarding service. At a professional dog boarding facility, your pooch will be taken care of by responsible and caring people. Here are four advantages of dog boarding you should consider. Read More»

How To Make Your Own Flea-Killing And Dry Skin Relief Dog Shampoo

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Keeping your dog clean with regular baths will help to keep your pet looking and feeling good. Sometimes, dogs may have fleas or develop dry skin. In these cases, you will have to be careful about the kind of shampoo you use on your dog. To ensure that your dog’s shampoo has the best and most-effective ingredients, you should consider making your dog’s shampoo yourself. Here are a few recipes you can try to create your own shampoos to fight fleas and alleviate dry skin. Read More»

A Dog's Vacation Packing List

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If you’re planning to vacation at a boarding kennel while your pet human is away, you may be a little anxious. Vacationing on your own can be stressful for a dog, especially the first few times, but there are steps you can take to make the transition as easy as possible. You should always tour the boarding kennel in advance, so you know it’ll be a good fit. Then, before you take a long summer vacation there, it’s a good idea to try the kennel out with a short weekend getaway. Read More»