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Affordable New Puppy Starter Pack — 5 Essentials

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Affordable New Puppy Starter Pack — 5 Essentials by Jason Goldstein   Deciding to get a dog is a true joy and responsibility at the same time. While having a loyal companion at your side at all times can be extremely rewarding, your furry family member will require a lot of care and attention as well. Dogs offer unconditional love while you make sure that their lives are safe, long, and …read the full article.

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Leash Training Your Dog

Leash Training Your Dog

  It’s a beautiful morning out at the local park. It’s all shiny and effervescent. So, you decide to take a leisurely stroll with your furry friend. Unfortunately for your beloved dog and you, the leash is barely enough to restrain his excitable senses. Every minute, he stops to nudge or smell the surface of an ordinary rock or take a leak near the occasional fallen tree branch. Although the …read the full article.

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How To Train Your Dog To Love His Crate

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How to Train Your Dog to Love His Crate A dog crate is similar to a small dog house which is typically made of plastic, metal, wire, or fabric. For a dog owner, a crate is an effective tool to train his pet. It makes housetraining easier for dogs or even for puppies. A crate is a safe place for your dog. He can play or rest in it. But, …read the full article.

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Exercise For Disabled Dogs

Low Impact Exercise For Disabled Dogs

Low Impact Exercise for Disabled Dogs If your dog has a disability such as IVDD or arthritis, you know that high impact exercise can be dangerous and/or painful for your canine companion. You have probably already discussed what the no-nos are with your veterinarian and that is a great start. This article will explore some yes-yes exercise options that will help your pup stay fit even if high impact play …read the full article.

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My Puppy Club

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My Puppy Club, by Susan Day We all dream of retiring to the country, right? The fresh air, the solitude and the bounties that come from living closer to nature. In 2014, Susan and her family did just that. She left behind a big dog training facility in the city and moved three hours’ drive away. Well, it didn’t take long for word to get around that Susan could train …read the full article.

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