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Dog Basics
A Guide to Setting Up a Playdate for Your Pup

Just how introducing a baby or a young child to others the same age as them is important for childhood development, the same goes for puppies. Getting to know fellow canines is a crucial part of the developm...

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How-To
How to Positively Train Your Dog

The first step to starting with positive reinforcement dog training is to find a trainer who is transparent about their methods, continues their education through reputable sources and is comfortable explaining their knowledge and methods throughout the process.

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How-To
How to Stop Puppy Teething

Puppy teething is extremely painful for your pup and their gums will be super sore. Their teeth usually start to fall at the 3-4 month mark. Puppy teething usually lasts till about 6 months and you’ll be finding your pup’s baby teeth around the house well before that.

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Dog Basics
Why is my dog eating grass?

Has your dog started to look at grass differently? In a, “this is the yummiest thing ever” kind of way? If so, you’re not alone and it is completely normal! Dogs eating grass is quite common and this form of...

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Dog Basics
Post-Pandemic Covid Life With Your Pup

Did you decide to get a new pup over the course of the pandemic? You’re not alone! What do we need to set up our pandemic puppies for success? What’s the difference between a pandemic puppy and any other puppy?

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Dog Basics
When should I start training my puppy?

Puppy training is one of the most important things you can do for your new fur-baby so it is very important to get a solid foundation set up as soon as you bring them home. Get ready with some dog treats, dog toys and lots of positivity.

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Dog Basics
What You Need to Know as A First Time Pup Owner

You puppy should spend their first night as well as their puppy down time in an appropriate confinement space. This is an area set up for them to be as safe and stress free as possible. Remember that our pups learn every day through cause and effect.

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How-To
How to Handle a Reactive Dog

The most important thing in working with a reactive dog is to find the underlying reasons or emotions behind the reactivity. Reactivity isn’t aggression, they are not mutually exclusive. Most commonly we see fear and frustration as the underlying reason your dog may be reacting.

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How-To
How to Leave a Dog Alone

How do you start? When should you start? It’s important that your pup learns some independence and to be alone, because the reality is, there will be times in your pup’s life where they have to be comfortable doing this.

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Stories
The Dog That Stole His Best Friend

I am sure you all have heard of the saying, “A dog is a man’s best friend”, if you haven’t, keep reading. All that said, for Sisu, it was a big, purple plush unicorn.

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How-To
How to Desensitize a Dog

Beginning to desensitize certain stimuli while they are young can save you a lot of trouble in the long run avoiding a later anxious or aggressive dog. Start early with your pup. You want your dog to be comfortable with the handling of their feet, legs, belly, tails, ears, and bum.

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Dog Basics
What does the first week, month, and year look like?

It’s important to remember that all dogs are individuals and there’s no one size fits all for how your dog will act, respond or even learn. The first couple weeks with your dog can be hard.

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