Archive for the 'Puppies' Category

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Classic Dog Article: Coping With A Scardy Pup

January 18th, 2010

Puppies are endlessly curious, but that doesn’t mean they’re always brave! If you notice that your new dog is responding fearfully to an everyday object, there’s a simple, gentle way to handle these occurrences. In today’s classic dog article, you’ll read how to and how NOT help your puppy gain his confidence! Check out: How […]

Classic Dog Article: Puppies As Holiday Gifts

November 16th, 2009

While the idea of presenting someone with a puppy (bow and all) on Christmas morning may be delightful, giving live animals as gifts isn’t a good idea. Puppy sales rise at holiday times and a few months after that shelter populations swell. Sadly, this is a direct effect of owners not being prepared for the […]

Classic Dog Article: Dealing With Fearful Puppies

October 19th, 2009

From approximately 8-11 weeks of age puppies experience a “fear period” where frightening experiences can have a lasting effect on their behavior. It’s very important for pet parents to learn the “rights” and “wrongs” of how to handle incidents in which your puppy reacts fearfully to everyday occurrences. In today’s classic dog article, you’ll learn […]

Dog Photo Of The Day: Puppy Rush

October 10th, 2009

A Lab puppy in a rush. Photo by tourmalet06

8 Reasons Not To Buy Pet Store Puppies

September 25th, 2009

It’s easy to fall in love with a puppy, in fact it’s too easy. Profit is why the unethical practice of selling dogs in pet stores continues. People unwittingly fall in love with a small fur ball and *without thinking*, make a purchase. Sometimes these spur-of-the-moment buys work out, but many times they lead to […]

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