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Ways Dogs Can Show Affection

We bet you are the type of owner that shows constant love to your pup. Snuggling sessions, watching him sleep, giving treats because he is just so damn cute, yes it’s easy to notice when a human loves his pet. But have you ever wondered how do dogs show they care about us? Even though their communication is mostly non-verbal, …

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Are you giving your dog too many commands?

Are you giving your dog too many commands? Are you giving commands over and over again? Of course, dogs need to learn commands, but if your dog needs commands to behave in a social setting, something is missing. While our blog’s mascot is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, these tips apply for any breed. Training needs foundation and focus. There …

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Reasons Why Dogs Howl And Tips To Prevent Your Dog From Howling

There are various unusual behaviors shown by the dogs that make us astonished and crazy both at the same time. Such behaviors include howling, moving in a circle, wagging tail, etc. As humans speak to showcase their thoughts, similarly, your pet might be communicating through their behavioral changes. Whenever you see your dog howling, don’t ignore it. He might be …

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True Facts on How a Wireless Dog Fence Works

Wireless dog fences work upon mechanisms involving singular or conjoined transmitters. These may be used inside or outdoors with certain alterations to the setup specifications. When the collar receives the radio signals, it will emit a beep to warn the dog that it’s getting dangerously close to the limits of the boundaries at which point the collar will deliver a …

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How To Treat Your Dog Without Harming Their Health

Anyone who has a dog understands the urge to give them everything they want whenever they want it. Puppy-dog eyes, after all, are extremely effective at convincing people to dote on their canine friends. However, dogs rely on their owners to provide a healthy diet and lifestyle otherwise they can suffer from preventable conditions like diabetes or high cholesterol. If …

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How to Become a Service Dog

Besides being best companions some dogs can serve even a greater purpose. Service dogs are specially trained canines that provide help for people with different forms of disabilities. While our blog’s mascot is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, this applies to any breed.  Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are commonly seen as therapy dogs, however, they are easy to train and …

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Caring for a Deaf Dog

There’s nothing quite like seeing your dog’s ears perk up when you call their name, or the quizzical head tilt that they do when they want to hear us better. Deaf dogs, on the other hand, experience the world differently. While they may never perform these cute little behaviours, they still possess the capacity to love their owners just as …

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