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    THE DOGGY BLOG

    • 19 Feb 2019 Posted by Admin 0 Posted in Dog Care Dog Products Dog Treats & Chews Dog Training

      As the temperature outside gets colder, some dogs will show little or no interest in anything. Some dogs love to have fun in the snow while some dogs tend to be less active so they can conserve energy for thermo regulation. Does your dog love snow and ice? Or would your dog rather cuddle up on his bed under a cozy blanket?

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    • 11 Feb 2019 Posted by Admin 0 Posted in Dog Care Dog Products Dog Treats & Chews Dog Training

      Valentines Day is about love, whether it is showing your spouse, friends, or family. Don’t forget about your paw family members. They also need you to show extra love to them and let them know how special they are to you.  Here are a few ways to show them some love.

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    • The fact that senior dogs have different care requirements than those of a younger dog is not a surprise to anyone. Dogs slow down with age and as the body slows down, it uses less energy and many of their basic needs, from diet to exercise, will begin to change.

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    • Take a few moments to look at how making few small changes can improve your dog’s health and happiness and also improve your relationship with your dog. The start of the new year can also be a sign for a fresh start for dogs who are needing a change in their daily routine. Below are some ideas to make your dog happier and healthier this new year!

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    • Positive reinforcement has many benefits when training your dog. It allows you to communicate with your dog by rewarding the behaviors you like. When you reward your dog for doing the things you want him to do, he is more likely to repeat those behaviors.

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    • Chewing is a natural dog behavior and can provide mental stimulation, relieves anxiety, boredom and satisfies your dogs’ natural urge to chew. It also helps remove tartar and plaque from building up on your dog’s teeth. It also helps lessen bad breath, keep your dogs’ jaw strong and minimize the risk of potentially serious dental and health problems.

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    • 03 Jan 2019 Posted by Admin 0 Posted in Dog Treats & Chews Dog Training

      Training your dog not to beg food is a challenge for many dog owners and it’s not really easy especially with those sad puppy eyes right in front of you. But the key is to be patient and consistent if you want to break this bad habit. It might take a while but when your dog finally understood what he is allowed and not allowed to do; you will have a great dog that enjoys listening to you. It’s a win-win because food is of high value to a dog and many dogs will do anything for food.

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    • 10 Dec 2018 Posted by Admin 0 Posted in Dog Treats & Chews

      Giving your dog chew treats can help satisfy your dog’s natural urge to chew and relieves boredom. It also plays a pretty big part when it comes to your dog’s dental health. Chewing can help remove tartar and plaques from dog’s teeth.

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    • 26 Nov 2018 Posted by Admin 0 Posted in Dog Treats & Chews

      Pet owners love showing affection by giving treats, but no treats should compromise your dog’s health. With thousands of varieties to choose from, how do you choose a nutritious treat and why is it so important?

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    • There are many benefits in training your dog with positive reinforcement.  First, it allows you to communicate clearly with your dog.  Using positive reinforcement to train your dog means you are rewarding the behaviors you like and ignoring the ones you don’t like. You decide what you want your dog to do, and let him know what you want by rewarding him when he does it. 

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