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How to Groom Your Dog at Home

Posted by Jessica Niven on

How to Groom Your Dog at Home

Grooming your doggo is an essential part of pet ownership. Did you know that most professional dog groomers will charge around $40 to $100 on average for each visit? While it may sometimes be necessary to take your dog to a professional groomer, many fluff parents choose to bathe and groom their dog at home to save on this expense. 

Regular grooming helps to keep your furry friend looking their best, but it also promotes their overall health and well-being. This can be a bonding experience for both you and your floofy four-legged family member when done correctly. Here are some dog grooming tips at home that you can use today! 

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How To Comfort A Dog In Heat

Posted by Caroline Silva on

How To Comfort A Dog In Heat

We’re going to skip the birds and the bees talk and assume you already know a little bit about dogs in heat. Your good girl has grown to maturity and is now undergoing bodily changes like most other mammals. Like in humans, dog heat cycles can be uncomfortable and distressing for your furry family member, and it's important to learn about what to do when a dog is in heat.

In this article, we'll identify tips and tricks on how to comfort a dog in heatwhat to do when a dog is in heat, and how to calm a dog in heat. These tricks aim to make the process as smooth and stress-free as possible. So grab some treats, and let’s dive in! 

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Get Rid of Stinky Dog Breath With These Remedies

Posted by Caroline Silva on

Get Rid of Stinky Dog Breath With These Remedies

There are some things that come with dog ownership that are just inherent guarantees. For example, there will most likely be fur and dog hair in places where you didn’t think it was possible. Another example is that you’ll probably never eat alone again since your good boy or good girl will be politely sitting at your feet, waiting and hoping for a piece of whatever it is you’re eating. Lastly, you’re probably going to get slobbered on during playtime or after you have a snack. In the latter scenario, you might notice something a little gross - stinky dog...

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How to Help a Teething Puppy

Posted by Caroline Silva on

How to Help a Teething Puppy

Did you know that puppies and humans alike go through teething pains in their early lives? Whether you’re a new puppy parent or a master hound handler, there are different ways to manage a young teething puppy. Take a look at our tips and tricks guide on how to help a teething puppy and save your furry friend some pain and aches during a difficult growing process. This guide will cover home remedies for teething puppies, puppy teething pain relief, what to get a teething puppy, and more! How to Help a Teething Puppy, First: Identify the Issue The first...

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Safe Dog Chews for Aggressive Chewers

Posted by Caroline Silva on

Safe Dog Chews for Aggressive Chewers

Did you know that humans and dogs are very similar in personalities when eating yummy treats? While humans lack tails, sometimes we will do small happy dances when eating treats or desserts. For our four-legged friends, symptoms of their happy dances can include (but are not limited to) prancing, dancing, tail-wagging, the Zoomies, impatient pawing, sitting, wiggling, or maybe a combination of all of these! These happy behaviors are typically innocuous and beloved and are recorded on every social media platform. Unfortunately, these behaviors can become a problem when the over-excitement translates into aggressive chewing and inhaling of food and...

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