Category Archives for "HELP & GUIDES"

How to Live with Your Pet in a No-Pet Property

For many pet owners renting a property becomes a challenge. Landlords unwillingly allow tenants to live with pets. They can be understood: often, when tenants move out, they leave damaged items, and the landlord has a lot to repair or replace. Vicious or aggressive pet’s temper is a second reason why landlords have a grudge […]

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Is Your Dog Limping? Tips To Help Ease Their Pain

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Your furry canine is one of the best companions you have in your lifetime. No one can beat their loyalty and emotional fulfillment. They are truly “man’s best friend.” Because of this, you’ll need to look after their health and wellness just as you would your own because they can’t take care of themselves without […]

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Mange: What It Is And How To Treat It Naturally

Every pet owner knows how expensive it is to take your dog to the vet. Yet, at the same time, nobody wants their dog to suffer from a condition. In the case of mange, it can be quite an expensive trip to the vet when there are remedies that you can do at home to […]

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Benefits Of Adopting A Dog From A Shelter

Adopting a dog from a shelter has several benefits for you and your newfound animal friend. It’s a life-changing decision to start owning a pet. Perhaps, you want to own a dog because this type of animal looks cute. However, the advantages of adopting a dog from a shelter far exceed the boundaries of having […]

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7 Things You Need to Know Before Getting a Dog

Getting a new dog is always exciting. You’re getting a new family member in your home, and if it’s the first time you have a dog in your home, then there are a few things that you’ll have to prepare yourself for. From preparing financially to get a dog, to getting the basics for your […]

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Making the Most out of Long Winter Nights with Your Dog

Exercising our dogs in winter (both physically and mentally) comes with a lot of challenges. Dark nights, low temperatures, snow storms and slippery ice make evening trips to the park a thing of the past. In my job as a dog trainer I actually see an increase in behavioral problems and dog reactivity in winter, […]

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Top 10 Healthiest Human Foods For Dogs


If you’re a dog owner, you know how hard it can be to resist your pet’s big, soft eyes when you’re eating a meal. But instead of tossing your dog a scrap that may be harmful, consider supplementing his or her regular chow with healthy, wholesome, low-processed human fare. There are several common foods that […]

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Tips For Travelling With Your ESA This Holiday


Whether you’re traveling during busy holiday periods or at any other time of the year, you need to do a bit of forward planning, preparation, packing for a trip. This is a little more so if you’re hoping to fly with an emotional support animal (ESA). Your emotional support animal will be coming with you […]

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