Getting a puppy is a big deal. There’s a lot of preparation involved. You have to puppy-proof the entire house, buy a bunch of stuff, and learn how those tiny fluffy things work. But what happens when you actually go and get the fluff ball? Many things are going to happen, but one thing you […]
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Puppies bite. They do so often and for so many different reasons. Puppy biting is probably the symptom with the most possible underlying cause. It comes to little surprise, then, that it is also the topic most people have questions about. In this guide, we’ll go over every single reason a puppy can put its
Learning to be okay alone when you leave the house, or even just the room, is one of the fundamental things to teach your puppy as early as possible. In some cases, you might need to do this with an adult dog you just adopted or after a big event like moving. In this post,
Having a crate at your disposal can be an effective management tool for a whole lot of behavioral issues and goals, and it should be taught to all dogs regardless of your need for it. It does, however, need to be introduced into your dog’s life properly. In this article, we’ll go over everything you
House training is probably the number one question we get asked in puppy classes. Getting your dog house trained is a simple, but fairly demanding process. Whether your dog is an adult, a puppy, you’re trying to get them clean on pee-pads, or outside, you’ll find everything you need to get it done here. House
Your dog starts redecorating as soon as you step outside the door? Can’t get into a meeting without first apologizing for your dog’s upcoming shenanigans? Have to pause your show every five minutes to deal with your dog barking at you? There’s a good chance your dog is bored. Here all you need to know!
If you feel like your dog is bored despite a hefty amount of walking or other physical activity, odds are it needs to use its brain more! Adding mental stimulation is often better than adding 15 minutes to your 1 hour walk! In here, you’ll find many ways to get your dog to work out