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Expert Advice: Cute & Funny Puppy Has The CUTEST Reaction To Being Told He’s Handsome
This little Frenchie has QUITE the opinion when his owner tells him how handsome he looks in his bandana. See his reaction below:   And because we love French Bulldogs and their adorable reactions. | August 29, 2016
Expert Advice: Cute & Funny Watch Poppy The Lab Puppy Show Off Her Skills
Poppy the Lab puppy may only be 11-weeks-old, but she's already mastered some impressive tricks. Forget sit and roll-over, she's got some other surprises up her sleeve. Check out what she can do in the video below.   .video-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; padding-top: 30px; height: 0; overflow: hidden; } .video-container iframe, .video-container object, […] | August 23, 2016
Expert Advice: Puppy Training Establishing Boundaries and Routines With Your Puppy
Header photo: SheltieBoy/Flickr Your puppy is growing up, and by now you've established the house rules and routines. If all has gone well, you've been consistent and patient while teaching your dog what is and is not acceptable behavior. He's on a feeding schedule, is on his way to being house-trained, is happy in his crate, […] | August 22, 2016
Expert Advice: Basic Training How To Teach Your Dog To Come When Called
Your dog has spotted a squirrel and is running after it in the direction of the road as a truck is barreling toward him. You yell, “Come!” as loudly as you can. What happens? Does your dog pivot and run back to you, avoiding a potentially life-ending injury? Or, does he make the ultimate mistake […] | August 22, 2016
Expert Advice: Puppy Health Your Adolescent Puppy and Changes to Expect
The most challenging time of raising a puppy is the adolescent period. Dogs become “teenagers” and seem to forget everything they have ever been taught. This period is individual to each dog, but it may begin when he's about eight months old and continue until he's two years old. Adolescence does not begin and end […] | August 22, 2016
Expert Advice: Basic Training What to Do if Your Dog Gets Away From You
A dog owner’s worst nightmare is losing her dog. But accidents can happen. Your dog can slip past you when you open the door; slip out of his collar while on a walk; or dig or climb out of your fenced yard. What Should You Do if Yours Gets Loose? Stay calm, even though your […] | August 22, 2016
Expert Advice: Basic Training Introducing Your Children to the New Puppy
  Young children and puppies have a lot in common: they're both curious, excitable, impulsive, and, for the most part, endearing. If you follow some sensible guidelines when introducing your children to the new puppy, you can take the first steps toward creating a life-long bond. Your puppy is experiencing many new people and things […] | August 12, 2016
Expert Advice: Travel The Complete Guide to Traveling With Your Dog
Taking your dog along can make the family vacation more fun for everyone, if you plan carefully. Here are some trip tips to make traveling with your dog enjoyable. Health And Safety Health Checks. Bring your dog to the veterinarian for a checkup before going on an extended trip. Make sure all his vaccinations are up-to-date; […] | August 9, 2016
Expert Advice: Basic Training How to Read Dog Body Language
There may not be a Rosetta Stone program for learning canine body language, but with a few tips and a little common sense, you’ll be deciphering dog-talk like a pro in no time. I always tell my students that by welcoming a dog into their life, they’re obligated not only to provide food, love, and […] | August 9, 2016
Expert Advice: Fun With Your Dog How to Unleash Your Dog’s Super Sense of Smell
To say that dogs are super smellers is an understatement. Whether it’s the ground during a walk, another dog during a meet-and-greet, or your friend when she walks into your house, chances are your dog leads with his nose to get information he can’t get with his eyes alone. That’s because your dog’s sense of […] | August 9, 2016

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