Blog Entries ( dog tips )

How to Prepare Your Home for a New Dog

September 12th, 2014
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For many animal lovers, bringing home a new dog is akin to welcoming a new member into their family. They look forward to getting to know it, play with it, watch it perform playful antics, and generally enjoy its friendly company. When we welcomed our new mutt Junior home, I realized that keeping it healthy and happy would require the same kind of adjustments to ...

10 Ways to Make Sure You Spoil Your Dog

December 26th, 2013
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Most dogs are spoiled to some extent. At least I hope so. I spoil my dog Tasha for all the mistreated dogs I cannot rescue. I spoil her because she is devoted to me and loves me unconditionally and uncontrollably. Here are some of the ways I make sure she gets the best life possible. If you aren’t treating your dog with the same devotion already, ...

How to make vet visits more enjoyable for your dog

November 4th, 2013
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Visiting the vet can be a stressful time for both you and your dog. Going into an unfamiliar place filled with new people and the scent of other animals can be exhausting, and sometimes even make the best behaved dog act out. There are a few things that you can do on vet days to make the experience more enjoyable for your dog - and ...

My Dog Susie Says: What We Can Learn from Our Dogs

March 28th, 2012
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Here are some things you can learn from your dogs. 1 . Never pass up a fun joy ride. 2. When your loved one comes home, run and jump up in pure joy, every single time. 3. When you're happy, show it by dancing around and wagging your entire body. 4. When your loved one is sad, be silent, sit close by, and kiss and nuzzle them gently. 5. Enjoy the ...

A Dog Owner’s Guide to Eye Care

January 6th, 2012
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The eyes are often overlooked when it comes to routine dog care, but prevention of eye injuries and regular checkups are the best defense against vision loss in your dog. Fortunately, most eye problems are minor with prompt diagnosis and treatment. Protect Your Dog’s Eyes with Regular Home Exams: Regular home exams ensure you spot any cloudiness, tearing, or other problems early. In some ...