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Fur Making You Crazy? – 5 Tips To Reduce Shedding

October 12th, 2011

After owning my own dogs for over 15 years, I’ve finally come to terms that the battle with hair will never end. While there are many wonderful low to no-shedding breeds out there, they’re not the ones I’ve come to bring into our family, thus the vacuum and I are very well acquainted. We hang […]

Making Sure The 4th Is Fido Friendly!!

July 3rd, 2011

Fireworks are a nightly occurrence in our tightly-knit neighborhood in Philadelphia as we creep closer and closer to the 4th of July. While the big guy (Lucian) could care less, Reef (the Princess), barks to alert us to each little bang, pop or boom. After 5 minutes of her commentary, we’ve heard enough. Thankfully for […]

Classic Dog Article: Moving Day – With Dogs!

March 21st, 2011

In just a few weeks the dogs will making a big move from the large apartment we’ve been renting to a house my fiancee and I have purchased! While we’re very excited about the relocation, the dogs have been wondering why boxes have slowly been filling up their play space. So today’s classic article is […]

Classic Dog Article: Keeping Pets Safe On Halloween

October 18th, 2010

The spooky Halloween season is in full swing, and while this can be one of the most festive and fun times of the year, we also need to remember to keep our dog’s safe. Today’s classic blog provides suggestions to help you make sure your Halloween is scary – but your pet is still comfortable! […]

3 Important Tips For Success In Training Dogs Of All Ages

July 27th, 2010

Understanding the mind of a dog doesn’t come naturally humans, so we often impose methods of training upon our dogs that we believe they should comprehend – when in fact, they can’t. In this short article, I’ve highlighted 3 simple points that will help you communicate better with your dog or puppy during training sessions […]

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