Helping Your Dog Cope With Fireworks

Helping Your Dog Cope With Fireworks

Fireworks can be a lot of fun for us but many dogs are terrified of them. Here are some tips to help your dog get through the 4th of July fireworks. Create a safe place for your dog to go when they’re feeling stressed. Dogs like areas that feel like a den. Create a...

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Wait for it…

Wait for it…

One of the best things you can do to help your dog (especially the young ones) is to teach impulse control. A good way to do this is through games because, let’s face it, games are fun, waiting not so much. Here is a simple game you can do with your dog to help them...

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Negotiating the Trade

Negotiating the Trade

Dear Friends, Family, Fans and Abolish the Crate Federation Members, Today Mom is writing a blog on how to teach a dog to “trade”. She believes that the “trade” comes in handy when a dog has something that the human would like to have but the dog is disinclined to...

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Teaching the “Trade” Cue

Teaching the “Trade” Cue

We’ve all been there, especially during puppy training. Your beloved pooch has suddenly gotten hold of something you don’t want them to have and which they don’t want to give up. Sometimes, you try to get the object by chasing them down which ends up being a fun game...

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Stress-free Paw-liday tips

Stress-free Paw-liday tips

We can get so busy and stressed during the holidays that we often don’t realize that our dogs can get stressed too. If you're looking for suggestions on how to help your dog cope with the holiday season, we've got you covered. Everyone loves a peaceful holiday,...

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Grady’s Birthday Blog!

Greetings to my friends and fans, Today, July 21, 2020, I turn 9 years old!   I often tell Dawson it is good to slow down and reflect upon things so that is what I’m going to do with today’s blog.  This past year has been full of changes, all wonderful since it only...

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Thanksgiving Foods to Avoid Feeding Your Dog

While I understand Grady’s desire for a “Holiday Feast for Dogs,” I think it is important to note there are some Thanksgiving foods that are potentially dangerous for dogs to consume.  Here’s a list of ten foods to avoid.  Turkey skin and undercooked meat Stuffing and...

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