Doggys Dan’s Halloween Safety Tips for dogs

Doggys Dan’s  advice for Halloween Halloween is a really fun holiday  and there’s no reason your dog can’t join in on the fun, too! That being said, all holidays do come with unique risks for pets, and Halloween is no exception. I want both you and your dog to be able to enjoy this spooky holiday, without any health scares […]

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Why do we train dogs?

Some people think that training is to teach the dog some skills and tricks but this is not the actual purpose and benefit of training. Instead training is a very good and effective method to build a very understanding and effective relationship with your dog. When you bring your dog home, training starts from very first day.   Your dog […]

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Stop My Dog From Chewing

  Stop My Dog From Chewing Everything This is really easy to do so let’s get started. Chewing starts early and if you allow it to happen as a puppy it will continue into adulthood. This article will tell you how to keep it from happening if you have a puppy and also how to stop this bad habit if […]

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Stop Puppy Jumping up on visitors

  Puppy jumping up on visitors:   If your puppy is jumping on your visitors then ask them to ignore the puppy and turn their back,   It may also help if you hold the puppy by its collar or on a lead until they relax – then release. If your puppy decides to mouth you then you should immediately […]

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Why Does My Dog Eat Poop?

  If there’s one dog habit that genuinely disgusts most dog owners its poop eating.   When you see your dog indulging in this foul habit it generally makes you want to avoid doggy kisses forever. It usually leaves you wondering why on earth your dog would do such a thing.     Fortunately, eating feces (or coprophagia) doesn’t occur […]

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Is a German Shepherd the Dog for you?

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 When deciding on what type of dog you want to bring into your family, there are a lot of things to consider. Do you want a large dog or a small dog? Should you pick a high-energy dog, or does your lifestyle cater more toward a dog that likes to sleep all day on the couch? And, of course, you […]

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Teach your dog to Retrieve

  Lots of dogs love retrieving.   If you’ve ever spent any time with a Golden Retriever he may have brought you balls or sticks to throw for him. Many dogs will bring you things to toss for them — and look very disappointed when you don’t spend time entertaining them by throwing things for them to fetch. However, you […]

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Stop Your Dog from Marking

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Stop Your Dog From Marking Do you have a dog that marks in the house? You know the signs: your dog seems to be perfectly potty trained. He always asks to go outside.  He never has an accident inside. Then suddenly, for no apparent reason, he starts lifting his leg in the house, watering your furniture or some favorite spot […]

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Pros and Cons of Electric Dog Fences

Pros and Cons of Electric Dog Fences   There’s no question that electric dog fences are a “hot” subject and they make some people uncomfortable. So lets ask that question —-Should you use an electric dog fence to contain your dog?   Lets look at The Cons   Critics of electric dog fences say that there are many kinds of […]

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Pros and Cons of Table Snacks

  Pros And Cons of Feeding My Dog Table Scraps Lets be clear …everyone feeds their dog table scraps at some point or another. Quite frankly, it can be difficult to resist the temptation when you see those two cute little eyes staring at you from under the table during  dinner. In fact, after guests leave, your dog may have […]

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Moving with your dog

Moving With Your Dog Moving is usually stressful enough for humans but it’s also a stressful time for your dog. However, there are some things you can do to make a move easier for your dog. Here are some tips for moving with your dog.   1. Make sure that your dog has his own crate. Whether you use it […]

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Get rid of urine marks on the Lawn

  If you’re like many dog owners you may be plagued by unsightly yellow spots in your yard where your dog urinates. Whether you’re a lawn fanatic or you’d simply like to have a nice-looking yard, here are some tips to help you get rid of these urine spots in your lawn.   Your dog’s urine is full of waste […]

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Getting Ready For The New Baby

  You have a new baby on the way! What can you do to prepare your dog for the big day? Things to consider to prepare your dog   1. Getting the dog trained. If you are expecting a new baby then there are some commands that it’s important for your dog to know: stay, down; and no jump. These […]

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Deaf Dogs

  If you have an English Setter or a Dalmatian, or maybe a mixed breed dog that happens to be deaf, then you know that a deaf dog can have many special needs. All puppies are born deaf (and with their eyes closed) but their ears open up and they develop normal adult dog hearing by the time they are […]

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Keeping Your Senior Dog In Good Health

We all know that a dog is mans best friend for life. Some dogs however live longer than others. Taking good care of your senior dog can ensure that they are around to enjoy more of life. Formulating a plan now to take care of your older dog can keep that special relationship alive for years to come.   When […]

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Exercising Your Dog Can Maximize Your Training

  Dogs need proper exercise. Making sure you burn off excess energy can greatly impact the way your pet responds to your training efforts. Here are a variety of ways for dogs to get the exercise they need. Utilize these ideas to get your dog in shape and be able to train a calm, relaxed animal.   1. What kind […]

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