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How to Tell When Your Dog is Stressed

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How to Tell When Your Dog is Stressed

If you’ve ever experienced stress and anxiety, you know how debilitating it can be. If left untreated, thinking, feeling, expressing, and functioning can become a difficult chore rather than an exciting prospect. What if I told you dogs experience the same thing? That’s right, dogs can feel stress in much the same way as humans. “My dog’s never been stressed!” you might be thinking. While we hope that’s the case, stress can present itself in many different ways, making it difficult to spot. Especially because your dog can’t sit down and tell you when and why they’re stressed. That’s what...

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12 Dogy Life Hacks You NEED to Know

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12 Dogy Life Hacks You NEED to Know

As of 2020, there are 77 million dogs living in the United States. With all those dog owners, there are sure to be millions of dog life hacks that are floating around on the internet. Well, we’ve scoured that internet for the top 12 life hacks that you NEED to know! 1. Dryer sheets pick up dog hair Who needs expensive dog hair catchers and special vacuum attachments. Dryer sheets will do the trick in a pinch! Just run the sheet over the couch, pillows, or anywhere else that collects fur.  2. Let your dog chase bubbles Bubbles are an...

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THIS is Why Your Dog is Barking at Nothing

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THIS is Why Your Dog is Barking at Nothing

If you ask any dog owner if they can understand their dog, most will readily tell you, “of course I can!” Distinguishing an “I have to potty” whimper from a “let’s go play” bark is key to owning a dog; they can’t speak after all. But what about those times your dog barks at seemingly nothing? Well, here’s why! 1. Frustrated Your dog may be frustrated. This may be because they are having trouble retrieving something they want like a treat or a toy. It may also be a form of territorial barking. A dog’s space is their space. If...

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10 Games to Tire Out an Energetic Dog

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10 Games to Tire Out an Energetic Dog

Having an energetic dog can be a lot of work. Breeds like Labradors, Boxers, and Dalmations are high in energy and personality. Dogs like this love to play, but it can be difficult to find a game to really tire them out. Well, look no further! Here are the top 20 games you can use to tire out an energetic dog! Tug of War You can’t beat a classic. Tug of War is one of the oldest games for dogs in the book and a sure-fire way to tire out your dog. Basically, your dog bites down on one side...

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5 Tips for a Stress-Free 4th of July

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5 Tips for a Stress-Free 4th of July

The 4th of July is right around the corner. It’s a day filled with fun, food, and fireworks for the whole family. However, one member of your family may not be as excited for the festivities -- your furry friend. If you’re looking to include your precious pup in your Independence Day plans, it’s important that you plan ahead with these 5 tips! Keep them cool No matter where in the country you reside, the chance for high temperatures, and in some cases high humidity, is as great as your chance of hearing fireworks. Heat exhaustion is a very real...

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