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Going to the Dog Park? Tips for a Great Time

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Going to the Dog Park? Tips for a Great Time

Your dog scurries towards you in excitement to the sound of jingling keys as you pick up your house keys - they know it’s time for the park! Going to dog parks can be a great, fun and rewarding experience for your dog to interact with others, but it can also quickly turn sour. Here are some tips to ensure you have a great and successful time at the dog park!  Train Your Dog Well  When taking your dog to the park, it’s essential that they’ve gone through obedience training and can respond well to basic commands such as “sit”...

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Gog Gear Tips: Teaching Your Puppers The Right Way

Posted by Alexander O'Dea-Carey on

Gog Gear Tips: Teaching Your Puppers The Right Way

From the coastlines of Europe to remote Kodiak Island, Alaska, here are five of our favorite stories to help you explore the world

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A Hassle-Free Guide to Cleaning with Dogs

Posted by Don Hesh on

A Hassle-Free Guide to Cleaning with Dogs

Our dogs can be tough work! Most pups shed hair that aggravates allergies, many bring dirt and who-knows-what from the back garden, and not all will do their business where you want them to. Living with a dog does not need to be messy. Implementing a simple cleaning routine (as well as some training) can make a massive improvement to the cleanliness of your playful pup, as well as your family home.  The hassle-free guide to cleaning your home with dogs is split into three regular tasks - daily, weekly, monthly and ad hoc. Once you create a habit to...

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How to Prevent Your Puppy from Biting

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How to Prevent Your Puppy from Biting

While your new ball of fur is undoubtedly a welcome addition to your family, they will come with some teething problems as they get used to their new environment. Like a child, every puppy has to learn how to do the basic things in life. These behaviours include doing their business in a dedicated spot, respecting boundaries in your home and not nibbling on their owners. Puppy biting is a natural behaviour that usually begins when their teeth start to erupt. Your pup is not trying to hurt you! Just like a toddler would, your dog will shift their baby...

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What is Your Dog Trying to Tell You?

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What is Your Dog Trying to Tell You?

Wouldn’t it be amazing if our dogs could talk to us and tell us exactly how they are feeling? Unfortunately, the English language will probably never leave your dog’s mouth. However, that doesn’t mean that our pets don’t already communicate with us in their own unique way. While our pups can’t use words, they compensate for it with their body language. The key to understanding out pets is translating their actions into meaningful messages that we can understand. Here we will explain common messages your dog is trying to tell you, as well as how to pick up the signs!...

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