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How to Give Your Senior Dog the Life They Deserve

Posted on by Monet Moore

How to Give Your Senior Dog the Life They Deserve

Just like humans, dogs get older with every passing year. You may notice they’re getting a little slower, enjoying sleeping more, and don’t play quite as much as they used to. Maybe you’ve had your dog since puppyhood. Perhaps you’ve decided to take on the responsibility of adopting a senior dog. No matter how you got here, there are a few things you can do to give your senior dog the happy, healthy, and fulfilling life they deserve.  Modify Their Environment As your dog gets older, it may get tougher and tougher for them to move around the house. That’s...

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5 Ways Anxiety Affects Your Dog and How to Help

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5 Ways Anxiety Affects Your Dog and How to Help

Anxiety is a common behavior for dogs, with 20-40% of dogs dealing with some form or another. That being said, anxiety affects each dog differently. There are often different triggers, as well as different symptoms that accompany anxiety. Common Triggers Fear Triggers like loud noises, other dogs or animals, a visit to the vet, specific objects and more can all be a trigger for anxiety. Specific stimuli overstresses and scares your dog, sparking anxiety.  Separation Another common trigger is separation. Dogs become attached to their owners and a fear of being abandoned by their “pack” leads them to act out...

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Do Dogs Understand Us?

Posted on by Monet Moore

Do Dogs Understand Us?

My grandmother would always swear to me that her dog Cooper could understand every word she said. Cooper could tell when my grandmother was upset, happy, or frustrated and would “respond” appropriately when my grandmother talked to him. We’ve often wondered whether animals could understand us, but I feel like dogs have been a particular subject of wonder. Since we hold them in high regard as companions, it makes sense to have the desire for them to understand us the way a human companion would.  So, do dogs understand us? Yes, but not in the way you think.  There are...

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How to Prepare Your Dog for Winter

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How to Prepare Your Dog for Winter

It’s almost December and for most of the country, winter weather is in full swing. In preparing for the cold, sometimes we can forget about our furry friends. That’s why we’ve compiled seven things you can do to prepare your dog for winter.  1. Get your dog a coat It’s well known that some dogs are naturally more prepared for winter than others. Breeds like Huskies, St. Bernards, and Akitas have naturally thick, double-layered fur coats that keep them warm through the harsh winter weather. However, there are many more breeds that are not as suited for winter. Boxers, Greyhounds,...

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5 Tips for Keeping Your Pup Safe on Halloween

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5 Tips for Keeping Your Pup Safe on Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner. This means that the potential dangers for your dog are higher than normal. Between the constant movement of people and the sweet treats being passed around, there’s a lot of stimulation for your pup. Check out our tips on how to have a safe and happy Halloween with your pet.  ID your dog Halloween is a hectic time of year. With the constant opening and closing of doors, and shuffling of feet in and out of the house, it can be hard to keep track of your dog. This is why it’s always a...

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