Posts from February, 2014
Puppies learn by cause and effect, and are naturally born with the instincts to bark, jump, play rough, and bite. Because of this, having a well-behaved dog requires that you teach manners to your puppy from an early age, and reinforce those teachings over and over as they grow.
We recommend that all puppies get off to a great start by joining a puppy manners training class. But before your class begins, there are a few simple things you can do at home to start encouraging positive behaviors.
Redirect Bad Behavior
Puppies are fluffy balls of enthusiasm. They are excited to wake up, excited to eat, and especially excited about their new relationship with you. Continue…
We don’t often think about common Valentine’s gifts being dangerous for pets, but many items can make pets sick or worse. Use caution when celebrating this year and ensure a happy Valentine’s Day for everyone in your household by following these Valentine’s Day safety tips for your pets…. Continue…
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