How To Potty Train Your Puppy

19 June 2017
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Training your puppy to do just about anything can be frustrating. They're a bundle of energy and have no idea what you're trying to tell them. They want to chew everything, sleep most of the day, and potty everywhere. Remember that this tiny puppy is still learning and to be patient with your puppy when training him. It is especially frustrating when attempting to potty train. See below for some tips to help you when potty training your new fur baby. Read More 

Tips For Making Your Dog Comfortable At Dog Boarding

30 November 2016
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If you are planning on going on a long trip, you will need to make sure that your dog is taken care of. If you don't have anyone that you can have come over to your house and watch your dog, you will need to have him or her boarded. This can be a frustrating, scary experience for your dog. He or she will miss you and possibly feel very anxious at the dog boarding kennel. Read More 

Tips For Getting Your Pet Certified And Treated As An Emotional Support Animal

28 July 2016
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If you have PTSD or some other mental issue that is soothed by having a beloved pet nearby, there's a good chance that you might be able to get your pet certified as an emotional support animal. This will grant your pet increased access to certain public places, as well as the right to live in apartments and other rental facilities that wouldn't normally allow pets. If you decide that it would significantly help your well-being to have your pet nearby more often, here are some tips for getting your pet certified and treated as an emotional support animal. Read More 

Tips For Dealing With Dogs Safely For Repair Technicians

27 May 2016
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As repair technician or handyman service provider, you are well aware of the many threats you can encounter when performing house calls. Dogs can be one of the most fearsome and challenging of these threats, especially if you are a dog lover yourself. On one level you know a threatening dog is simply trying to protect its family, but you also need to know how to protect yourself. The following are a few non-lethal tips to keep you safe. Read More 

Why You Shouldn’t Give Up Your Dog When You’re Expecting A Child

24 March 2015
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If you have a baby on the way, the idea of a dog (especially a large one) and an infant mixing may seem terrifying. This fear may only be intensified if your dog isn't quite under your control. Before you think about giving up your dog for even one minute more, consider the issue as a whole: Surrendering Your Dog Giving up your dog means that you'll need to find a place or person to relinquish him to. Read More