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Why Walking your Dog is Important – Kitty and Canine Stress

Why Walking your Dog is Important – Kitty and Canine Stress

Ever wonder what it’s like to be stuck in a house for nine hours a day? Cooping up your pooch or feline for extended periods of time without multiple long walks a day can seriously effect their health. Overeating due to idle time is a reason why cats and dogs become overweight, and taking them […]

Help your dog get over Separation Anxiety.

Help your dog get over Separation Anxiety.

Help your dog get over Separation Anxiety. Separation Anxiety in Dogs Separation Anxiety in Dogs is the second most common reason dogs are sent to a shelter. Unfortunately, some dogs never get out of the shelter, or have to be put to sleep because they are so scared of being alone, that they don’t become good household […]

New Puppy Printables – Helpful Links

New Puppy Printables – Helpful Links

Puppy Printables are PDF documents you can print and use to assist you with New Puppy Printables The Doodle Do – Groomer Instructions, Your Doodle Puppies, 1st Year Vaccine Schedule, Puppy Development, Before you get your Puppy, Puppy Socialization, Dog Training E-Book, Puppy Mouthing, Puppies and Cats, Puppy Aptitude Test, Ear Care, Born in a Puppy Mill, 7 day Potty Training Schedule, Housebreaking ...

Is my Puppy Sick? What to look for…

Is my Puppy Sick? What to look for…

  “Is my dog sick?” “Should I visit the vet?” These are questions that most dog owners will ask at some point. Learn how to examine your dog if you think he’s sick. First – get to know what is normal for your dog. Each is an individual and you know your pet better than […]

“The Doodle Do” – Instructions for Groomers

“The Doodle Do” – Instructions for Groomers

If you own a Goldendoodle, Labradoodle, Aussiedoodle or any of the Poodle hybrids… then you’ve probably already experienced taking your beautiful Doodle to the groomer only to have it come back looking somewhat like a poodle. If your just adopting your Doodle puppy then your in luck because I’m here to forewarn you. This does […]

How to Train Puppies to Stop Playbiting & Mouthing

How to Train Puppies to Stop Playbiting & Mouthing

Playbiting & Mouthiness Puppies explore their world and initiate interactions with their mouths. This is normal puppy behavior. When puppies play, they bite one another. If a play bite is too hard, one of the puppies will yelp and stop playing. This teaches the rough puppy to inhibit his bite if he wants play to continue. We […]

Homeopathic Recipes for Fading Puppy Syndrome,  Runts and Nursing Moms

Homeopathic Recipes for Fading Puppy Syndrome, Runts and Nursing Moms

Miracle Liver Elixer for Fading Puppies Start with a piece of raw or frozen raw beef liver. Put it in a pan with a small amount of water and simmer gently until the blood comes to the surface (about 5 minutes). Let the pan cool and drain off the elixer. Give 4 drops(without regard to the […]

What’s the Benefit to the Dog?

What’s the Benefit to the Dog?

Before getting a dog, its important to consider how the dog will benefit from the relationship and to choose the right dog for your lifestyle. Article By: Dr Sophia Yin With 72 million dogs in the U.S. and 400 million dogs worldwide, humans have established many different relationships with dogs. An estimated 3/4 of the […]

Puppy Do’s and Don’ts

Puppy Do’s and Don’ts

Puppy DO’s Identify your puppy with a tag placed on a collar. Tattoos can also be used. I also recommend all puppies are microchipped. Take your pet to the vet for yearly checkups. Supply your puppy with clean, fresh water at each meal and throughout the day. Keep your young puppy indoors until they’re fully vaccinated.  […]

Bringing home puppy – Puppies First Car ride!

Bringing home puppy – Puppies First Car ride!

There are possible stresses involved for all puppies and dogs when they’re going to a new home. To be prepared is key. This is a very important time in your new puppy’s life and it is important to know how you can help make the transition as smooth as possible. The following information should help […]