Archives for Dogs and Apartments

Dog Safety Tips for the Holidays (And Every Day!)

Who is Responsible for Dog Safety During the Holidays?   This is the time of year we fill our homes with holiday spirit. We surround ourselves with festive decorations, prepare delicious food and entertain our family and friends. There’s glitter and lights and alcohol and noise and pretty presents so what could possibly go wrong? In all the activities and distractions of the holiday season we may be exposing our dogs to hazards that we haven’t even considered as they
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Small Dogs Rule!

Small dogs rule! Pound for pound, they pack in more personality and performance than their big cousins. If you own one or want one, check out this list of great things about small dogs.   Why Small Dogs Rule Let’s get straight into what makes small dogs so great. If you have other ideas we should mention, let us know in the comments.   1. They Live Longer That’s right. The small dog breeds generally live for 12 – 14 years, while
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Puppies For Sale

Puppies For Sale are easy to sell as they sell themselves by their sheer cuteness, cuddliness, and playfulness. That also means they are easy to buy. And you don’t even need to physically see or touch them for them to pull on your heartstrings and get you romanticising about how wonderful life will be with them. You might start to think that a puppy will; Give you companionship and comfort. Give you their unconditional love. Look up to you. Teach
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See How Easy It Is To Choose Your Perfect Puppy Playpen

A puppy playpen is a great help when you are raising your new best friend, but it needs to be the right one. There are some wrong ones, so we make it easy for you. For a little puppy, the world is huge. There’s just so much to explore, to chew on, to have little accidents on… Why Do You Need a Puppy Playpen? The primary purpose of a puppy playpen is to control where you puppy can roam. Puppies naturally seek movement – people
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How To Potty Train a Puppy and Make Sure it Sticks

Learn how to potty train a puppy the right way so you never get that nasty, smelly surprise when you come home. Most dog owners don’t know there’s a second, important part to the process.   There are Two Parts to Potty Training The first part everyone knows about. It’s the teaching part, educating your puppy on where they should be going potty. We’ll take you through the steps and include some great tips to help your success. The second part
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Dog Stroller: Never Leave Your Dog Behind

  A Dog Stroller is more than a convenience or the latest must-have accessory for dog lovers. There are some excellent reasons to consider a dog stroller for your dog. A lazy dog (or dog owner) or a dog that misbehaves on a leash are not reasons; they’re simply excuses.   What Is A Dog Stroller? Dog strollers are conceptually similar to a child’s stroller – but a dog stroller is made specifically for a dog’s safety and comfort needs. You wouldn’t
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12 Simple Dog Play Pen Facts You Need to Know

A dog play pen, also called a dog exercise pen, is the perfect solution to some very specific problems. Use our 12 Simple Facts to work out if you need one, what type is right for your dog, and how to properly get results.   Do You Need a Dog Play Pen? Fact 1. A Dog Play Pen Or Dog Exercise Pen Has Very Little To Do With Exercise Its function is restricting the movement of your dog and teaching
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The Best Apartment Dogs With The Sweetest Temperaments

If you are looking to start living with a new puppy or dog then we have the 31 MUST ANSWER QUESTIONS to prepare you for a new reality. Owning a dog – being a dog parent – can be a wonderful and rewarding relationship that can last for years. Your dog will become an integral part of your life and so it’s important to think about how you and your dog will live the next 10 or so years not
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How to Solve 7 Common Dog Crate Training Dramas

  Why You Should Persevere with Dog Crate Training Are you struggling with dog crate training your dog? Do you think that crating your dog in a dog crate is cruel? Or akin to putting your dog in a prison? Well, rest assured that dogs don’t think like humans. They also see things much simpler than humans. Your dog will not think that a dog crate is a prison unless you make it so. A dog crate is not a
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Little Known Facts About How Much Exercise a Dog Actually Needs

Our dogs rely on us to give them the exercise they need to keep them engaged, fit and healthy. Physically, dogs will become obese if they are not allowed to burn off the calories they take in during the day. This is especially true if they are being given a lot of treats in compensation for lack of attention. Dog behavior experts generally agree that too little exercise is causing unwanted behavioral problems in dogs as well as an epidemic
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