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10 Arrangements to Make Before Becoming a Single Pet Parent
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10 Arrangements to Make Before Becoming a Single Pet Parent

Living alone with a pet can be tricky. This post talks about how you need to prepare before adopting a new puppy. Right from planing vet visits to hiring pet sitters, single pet parents need to learn how to use pet services to their advantage. Read

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10 Arrangements to Make Before Becoming a Single Pet Parent By ROIHigh

Living alone with a pet can be tricky. This post talks about how you need to prepare before adopting a new puppy. Right from planing vet visits to hiring pet sitters, single pet parents need to learn how to use pet services to their advantage.

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10 Dogs That Don't Drool By Meredith Alling

Dogs and sloppy wet kisses seem to go hand in hand. However, there are some breeds that drool far less than others. Here is a list of dogs that some to keep the excessive drooling to a minimum.

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10 House Rules To Consider Before Training Your Dog By Katie Morton

Before you begin training your new dog, there are some things you should think about and decide on before you get started. Here are some crucial house rules most pet parents do not consider when it comes time to start training. Check out what they are here so you'll be prepared.

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10 Most Amazing Facts About Dogs By Meredith Alling

There are more to dogs than what most pet parents think they know. Here are some really fun facts about our canine friends and what makes them even more unique than they already are.

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12 Things You Didnโ€™t Know About Dog Psychology By Jesse Feldman

Dogs are considered to be man's best friend. But how well do we really know our "best friends?" Find out what new research is telling us and how it can help you better understand your canine pal.

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20 Dog Commands You Need to Know By Team ECAD

Dog training should be fun, but often it's a real challenge. A trained dog is a happy dog, so get on your way with these essentials tips from dog training experts.

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20 Short Haired Dogs With Low Grooming Needs By Sam Bourne

While looking for dogs who don't shed may having you barking up the wrong tree (since all dogs with fur shed at least a little), you might try your luck with a short haired dog that requires minimal grooming. These dogs are all low maintenance when it comes to brushing.

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3 of the Most Effective Dog Depression Treatments By Kat Sherbo

Dog depression can sometimes be difficult to spot, but it doesn't have to be hard to treat. If your dog is suffering from depression or anxiety-related issues, these top medications can help.

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5 Situations That Make Sweet Dogs Aggressive By Katie Morton

Dogs are one of the most beloved pets around the world because of their wonderful temperament and ability to really be manโ€™s โ€œbest friend.โ€ However, just like pet parents, there are certain things and situations that can aggravate your dog, making them a bit more aggressive than usual. Here are a few situations that can possibly be making your dog act out of character.

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5 Steps to Dog Obedience Training By Madeleine Burry

Making sure your dog is well trained is crucial in terms of keeping your family safe and comfortable, as well as other people who may encounter your dog. Use these 5 steps to help guide you through the training process.

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5 Things To Do Before You Introduce Your Dog To Your Baby By Katie Morton

Congratulations of your new bundle of joy! Bringing home a new baby can be even more exciting than when you brought home your puppy. Although this is an very important and exciting time in your life, it is important to make sure that your โ€œfirstโ€ baby doesnโ€™t feel neglected. Dogs tend to get jealous of a new baby and may begin acting out. Here are a few helpful tips and tricks that can help smooth over the transition both before and after the baby arrives.

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5 Things to Know About Anxiety in Dogs By Gina Carey

Dogs get anxious too, and just like people, anxiety in dogs can result from a number of triggers. Learn what to do if your dog is showing signs of anxiety.

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5 Things You Should Know about Coprophagia By Robyn Johnson

Learn what you need to know about how to treat coprophagia here. Your dog's poo-eating days are over!

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6 Things to Do to Nurse an Emotionally Scarred Dog Back to Health By ROIHigh

Neglected and abused by their original parents, behavioral issues among shelter dogs are not uncommon. These emotional wounds can be treated with love, care, and proper training. Learn what to do and what to avoid when parenting an abused dog.

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7 of the Longest Living Dog Breeds on Earth By Sam Bourne

What type of dog lives the longest? While there's no way to know for sure how much time you are going to have with your dog, having a well documented estimate can give you some peace of mind. Here is a list of the 7 dog breeds that can be expected to make it to a ripe old age.

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7 Pet Holiday Safety Tips for the Winter Season By Sam Bourne

The winter holidays provide us with a much needed break from the otherwise unyielding bleakness of winter. However, sometimes we get a little too wrapped up in the festivities, forgetting that what might be fun for us can be upsetting, or potentially dangerous, for our four legged friends. Read up on our pet holiday safety tips and make sure your party goes purr-fectly.

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7 Steps To Puppy Obedience Training By Meredith Alling

When it comes to getting a new puppy there is a lot of excitement in the house and it's almost like having a brand new baby. However, it is important to remember that our puppies are not babies, but dogs and it is important to start obedience training from the first day. Here are a few steps to get you and your new puppy started.

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7 Tricks to Housetraining a Puppy By Lauren Leonardi

Your puppy will need to be taught early on how to go to the bathroom outside or in a certain spot. Patience, consistency, and these 7 proven tricks will help you get the message across.

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8 Dogs That Donโ€™t Bark By Mary Kearl

When it comes to barking and dogs, they tend to go hand in hand. However, there are some breeds that are known to have a much quieter personality compared so some of their counterparts. Here is a list of dogs that don't do much barking.

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8 Things You Didn't Know About How to Talk to Your Dog By Sandy Robins

Dogs are highly intelligent animals that can seem to understand a lot about us humans. However, our dogs perceive the things we say, how we say them, and the things we do differently than you probably think. Learn everything you need to know here on how to talk to your dog the right way.

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8 Tips For Keeping Your Large Dog Happy In A Small Apartment By Katie Morton

Large dog, small apartment? Here are 8 tips from PetCareRx to help you keep your big pup healthy and happy in your home.

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A Boxer's Behavior By Team PetCareRx

The Boxer is a sensitive and creative dog whose tendency toward boredom often turns to mischief. Learn more about this breed and their habits here.

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A Complete Crash Course on Clicker Dog Training By ROIHigh

Often used by trainers in police canine units, clicker training is an effective and humane dog training method that delivers quick results. This basic crash course introduces this training tactic and shows you how to use a clicker when training your pet.

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About Boston Terrier Dogs By Team PetCareRx

Boston Terriers are outgoing dogs, known for their sunny, cheerful dispositions. They are generally well-behaved, lively, alert, and curious. Learn more about this companion here.

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