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8 Thanksgiving Foods That Are Dangerous For Your Dog!

It’s Thanksgiving! Time for family, fun and lots of food! It can also be dangerous time for your dog if he eats foods that are harmful to him.   Here are 8 holiday staples that are actually dangerous for your dog to consume.   8. TURKEY SKIN Turkey is a given at almost every Thanksgiving feast […]

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HEALTHY Treats for Your Dog

I don’t know about you, but the more I read ingredients in my dog treats the more I worry. What is all that stuff we can’t pronounce? Sure, some are vitamins and minerals that should be in our dog’s treats. But isn’t it much better to get all of those nutrients from the original source? […]

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Tips for Moving with Your Dog

  Whether you are moving a long distance or just around the block, moving is almost always a chaotic venture. Boxes everywhere, so many things to plan and take care of on both ends, clutter and moving trucks. I have a lot of experience in this area being a part of a military family. Having […]

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TOOLS to Keep Doggie COOL this Summer!!

It’s Summer and it is HOT! I have written about Tips to Keep your Doggie Cool! and Tips to Keep your Doggie Safe from heat exhaustion. Now let’s look at some TOOLS you can purchase to make your dog’s Summer a little more bearable. COOLING Cots or Loungers There are cooling loungers that you insert […]

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Tips to Help Your Dog during Back to School

Back to school is upon us as summer comes to a close. We spend much time preparing our children (and ourselves), yet this transition also affects our pets. The freedom and attention received during summer vacation abruptly ends at the first day of school. Without warning, schedules shift and playmates of summer suddenly have new […]

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Teaching Your Dog to “Potty” on Command

“Going Potty” on command is a very helpful tool for any age dog. Think about the last time you just wanted to go to bed at night and your dog was taking forever to “do his business” for that last trip out?  All dog owners want Fido to “Hurry Up and GO!!” Several years ago […]

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The Importance of Early Puppy Training

Training starts the day you bring that new pup home. It used to be thought that dog training couldn’t start until the age of 6 months.  I start training at 8 weeks. As soon as your puppy arrives at his new home…He’s learning! Now is the time to teach him what you ‘want’ and ‘expect’ […]

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Sheltered In Place?

Stuck at home? Sheltered in place? How’s your dog doing? Has it become apparent that He needs some Training? PAWSITIVE SOLUTIONS CAN HELP! Although ‘In Home Training’ and ‘Group Classes’ are not possible during this time, ‘Board & Train” is still an option. This is a 2 week program includes boarding, training, a detailed lesson […]

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Why Does My Dog Roll in Stinky Stuff?

Gross! My dog just rolled in something smelly and disgusting!….WHY? Dogs delight in rolling in the most repulsive stuff such as deer droppings, cat excrem

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