Puppy Potty Training Success (Without the Stress)

Your new pup may be your pride and joy but he’s also a work in progress when it comes to potty training. The best time to train a new pup is as soon as he arrives. Successful housebreaking will take patience, time and endurance to accomplish your goal. Puppy Basics Young puppies 8 weeks of … Continued

Recreating the Outdoors Inside for Your Dog’s Potty Training

Dogs have an easier time doing their business when they have a natural environment to do it in. Unfortunately, many people don’t live in areas suitable for natural potty training. Potty training can become a challenge for new puppies and rehomed senior dogs alike. Here is a look at creating a natural pet potty environment inside your home … Continued

The Great Debate about Dog Food: Which Is Best?

Feeding your dog is an important part of properly caring for it. The million dollar question is; which dog food brands are best? Each dog, small, medium, and large, have their own unique requirements. It’s best to look at the ingredients each dog food brand offers and compare them to your dog’s needs. Here’s a … Continued

How to Use Dog Training Sessions Effectively

Congratulations on acquiring your first puppy. You now have a true friend who will be loyal to you and who will also become an important family member. Before you start moving around with your puppy, you need to teach him about socialization, obedience, and ethical behavior. This is where dog training sessions come into play. … Continued

5 Common Mistakes When Getting a Second Dog

If you have a dog and considering getting a second one or you want to get two puppies at the same time, then you must be wondering just how this would work out for you and how the relationship would be with your first dog. Getting a new dog can seem all fun but sometimes … Continued

How to Graduate from Harness to Collar

When you notice that your dog is pulling on its collar, you may think to use a harness instead. However, there is a way to get your dog to transition back to a collar and stop pulling on the leash. Just like with housebreaking, proper leash behavior can be taught. Getting your dog used to … Continued

Protective Dog Breeds

When you are shopping for a guard dog, you shouldn’t settle for any breed. While some dogs are good at guarding, others are excellent at protecting your home from housebreaking. Just like human beings whose personalities vary, certain dog breeds tend to be more protective than others. We shed light on some of the most protective … Continued

What kind of toy is best for my dog?

We all need time to unwind, and this is no different for our canine pals. For dogs especially, toys are almost as essential as food. This is so because they afford them vital physical and psychological benefits. For example, chew toys keep your dog’s gums in peak condition. There are also specialized chew toys that … Continued

Dangers of Puppy Pee Pads

In theory puppy pee pads are an incredible idea. These pee pads are usually placed on the floor in the living space, and your dog pees on it instead of peeing on your floor or rug. This sounds simple and straightforward, but it has numerous downfalls. Some dog owners tend to complain that their puppy … Continued

A Dog’s Sense of Smell

We already know dogs are the best. They keep us safe, make us happy when we’re feeling blue, and love us constantly and unconditionally. But did you know how truly unique a dog’s sense of smell really is? Evolution has blessed canines with superior olfactory abilities. A dog’s nose has almost supernatural powers that can … Continued