Have you ever wondered how an owner gets their dog to sit and come when in called? What about the leash-free dog park where dogs are behaved and play as their owners watch from the sidelines? Puppies and dogs don’t come out of the gate that way. There’s an important phase in your puppy’s life, and it’s the imprinting period.
We all have our regular warm weather go-to activities we share with our dogs. Maybe it’s time to change things up this Summer and participate in some unique outings.
ht now is the perfect time to create a playlist specifically for your pup. Spend an afternoon together introducing your dog to some comforting tunes. When Springtime comes crashing in with more than just flowers, you’ll both be ready to weather the storm.
A fun adventure awaits!
Nothing says “slow down” like camping in the great outdoors.
Let’s take a deeper look at what it takes to go camping with your furry friend!
It’s not just another walk or only climbing a new trail.
Find out how you can have a true attentiveness to your dog’s work ethic as a consistent source of encouragement.
Understanding all your young dog needs, prior to stepping out into the cold is crucial. Frostbite and hyperthermia are preventable. Know the facts before winter attacks.
All over the world stable enthusiastic families look forward to that first day with their new cuddle-puppy.
Find out what is takes to Make you Home Their FurEver Home
Dog sleeping positions. It’s difficult to figure out if they’re actually sleeping, or imitating their favorite food; a donut, pretzel or maybe a croissant! Let’s take a look at all the furry formations and potential reasons behind these.
Nothing compares to watching your new best friend explore every square inch of their new home. The first day will be filled with tremendous energy and excitement!
A well-socialized puppy is more likely to play confidently and in a more relaxed behaved manner. Social skills begin fast for puppies, and play is a big part of that socialization. Soaking up all that stimuli around them immediately after birth is important. Puppies communicate non-verbally by absorbing the sounds, smells and postures associated with…