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    THE DOGGY BLOG

    • While your dog can’t tell you what’s on their doggie mind, having a solid understanding of canine facial expressions and their accompanying body language and behavior have a great value.

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    • Dogs have an urge to chew and are strongest when they are still puppies but also carries on throughout life. Chewing helps exercise jaw muscles and helps scrape away dental plaque, and it provides relief from irritated gums when puppies are teething. Chewing also helps to relief boredom. Dogs also gain natural nutrients when they chew animal parts such as bones and tendons.

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    • Most dogs love to chew and chewing is very important for dogs oral and mental health. It provides healthy mental stimulation, exercises the jaw muscles, helps keep teeth clean and chewing releases endorphins, which makes a dog feel happier. It also prevents behavior problems and chewing on inappropriate objects. These are just some of the good reasons why you should provide safe and healthy chews for your furry friend.

       

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    • Our dogs were built to roam and love running around free. Local dog parks can be a great way to grant our lovable furball some much-desired freedom where they can enjoy exercising and playing without being tied to a leash. There is also some beneficial mental stimulation of socializing with other dogs and their owners.

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    • Looking for ideas on how to celebrate Christmas with your dogs? Celebrating the holidays won’t be the same unless you include your furry friends. Finding ways to incorporate your pets into the festivities without causing them stress can be difficult but planning ahead with pet friendly activities can also be good for both humans and pets. It’s the best time of the year and there’s absolutely no reason to exclude your pet from the Christmas celebrations.

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    • 02 Dec 2019 Posted by Admin 0

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      Posted in Dog Care Dog Products Dog Training

      If you are considering getting a new dog to add to your family, you should certainly consider adopting a dog from a shelter.

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    • Every dog parent knows that their dogs need lots of mental and physical exercise to stay happy and healthy. If you are the parent of one of those pups who goes to his warm cozy bed at the first nip in the air, and only braves the cold when he has no other choice, then providing mental and physical exercise can be a big challenge for you during the winter months. While colds for pets are a little different than humans, pets do get sick but there are ways to help avoid illness.

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    • 24 Oct 2019 Posted by Admin 0

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      We, including our dogs, need a vacation on our everyday life. Or even if you don’t need a vacation, your dog might do! Dogs, just like us, also feel overwhelmed and going on a holiday is a great way to alleviate stress for both dogs and their owners. Vacations present opportunities such as quality social time, which is a dog’s main desire.

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    • Understanding our dogs needs and motivations as well as how those things work in a group dynamic is the key to living successfully with multiple dogs. Dogs that are allowed to create their own structure and rules are not going to set up a nice little democracy where sharing and fair play will be the standard because it doesn’t naturally work that way with a group of dogs. You see, it doesn’t always work that way in human groups either or at least not without someone being in charge. Domestic dogs will covet resources which are food, toys, you and space.

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    • Training your puppy is about patience, consistency and positive reinforcement. The main goal is to instill good habits and build a loving bond between you and your pet.

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