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5 Ways Dogs Help Humans Live Better Lives

Dogs are one of the most influential animals in the lives of humans.  “Man’s best friend” doesn’t show any signs of waning in that friendship, and dogs are incredible creatures. Dogs are also much smarter than most other pets, and their human-like expressions help us to connect emotionally with our four-legged friends.  If you’re considering adopting your own pup, take …

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Settling in your New Puppy

You will so excited to bring your new puppy home of course! But it’s important to remember that they will be in unfamiliar surroundings and need time to settle in. Ideally, puppies should be staying with their mother until around 12 weeks. If possible, visit your puppy a few times when it’s with their mother so that they can start …

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Be a Responsible Pet Owner

This article is inspired by petblog.co.uk’s blog article “Be a Responsible Pet Owner”.  Please visit them for more great topics such as this. While our blog’s mascot is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, these tips apply to any breed. A pet is part of your family, and owning one is not something that should be taken lightly. Pet owners should …

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Smartest Dog Breeds

The method of grading dog breeds according to their intelligence is a complex process. One might think that a dog is only intelligent as the willingness of his owners to put time and effort in training him, but there are certain inherent qualities in some breeds. Dog trainers are convinced that any dog can learn commands, but the key factor …

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Top Tips for First Time Dog Owners

We have recently witnessed a surge in first-time dog owners spurred on by the Coronavirus epidemic and resulting lockdown. However, this has also resulted in a large number of owners finding that they feel out of their depth and unable to take care of their pooches everyday needs. With pet rescue centers being forced to accommodate a larger number of …

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How To Register Your King Charles Cavalier As An Emotional Support Animal

Registering your dog as an emotional support animal (ESA) can significantly enhance your quality of life if you’re dealing with emotional or mental health challenges. Unlike service dogs, ESAs aren’t required to perform specific tasks but instead provide comfort and support through companionship. However, it’s important to understand that there’s no official registry for ESAs. So, when we mention registering …

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How to Stop a Dog from Barking Too Much

There is no single reason that drives dogs to bark, and unfortunately not a simple solution to excessive barking. Of course, mild to moderate barking is considered to be normal and part of the dog’s natural behavior. Excessive barking, however, is really frustrating and irritating both for the owners and their neighbors. While our blog’s mascot is a Cavalier King …

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