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Indy Pie

Fun Training Center Quizes | DogTime - 1 views

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    Take these fun little quizes to see how you're doing!
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    Check out these fun little quizes!
Teri Wilbanks

Want a dog? Hold on! | DogTime - 0 views

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    Nobody relishes the company of dogs more than we do. But before you take plunge, we think it's only fair to warn you: dogs are demanding as well as rewarding--kind of like kids.
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    Nobody relishes the company of dogs more than we do. But before you take plunge, we think it's only fair to warn you: dogs are demanding as well as re
Indy Pie

Dogs and fireworks | Tips to ease your dog's anixety - 3 views

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    For humans, Independence Day generally means fun... or at least a barbeque and time off from work. But thanks to fireworks, the Fourth of July can be the scariest night of the year for dogs. The sudden, deafening sounds (what's loud to us is ear-piercing to them) and bursts of light in the sky can elicit serious anxiety, if not downright terror.

    So to avoid sending your pets trembling with fear, hiding in remote parts of the house, or even running away, check out these tips for keeping them feeling safe and secure.
Teri Wilbanks

Discover with Dagwood - 0 views

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    Hi! My name is Dagwood I was born March 25th, 1996. My "new" parents picked me out of seven puppies…....actually I am # 7. I was the "rowdy one" and screamed all the way back to my new home. We stopped at a pet store on the way and I was lavishly showered with gifts. I thought "OK" maybe this could be the beginning of something good. And so it was and still is…………
P W

How to Train a Puppy to Use Puppy Pads | eHow.com - 5 views

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    House breaking your puppy.
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    Nice post
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    These are some great tips to start training your puppy. Eventually, hiring a professional dog trainer will be ideal if your dog's behavior doesn't change.
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    I agree with the post above, great tips thanks!
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    That is very helpful cause we are about to get our dog and we need to learn how to house break a dog
P W

Winter Care for Your Dog - 5 views

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    Tips for keeping your dog happy and healthy this winter.
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    Very helpful information.
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    This is much needed now. Winter is coming! Thanks for sharing
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    very helpful
P W

Puppy Potty Training - Facts and Myths - 2 views

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    Puppy potty training or dog house training is the bane of most new dog owners. Puppy potty training requires time, patience, and consistency. Here are some practical steps on how to potty train your puppy, including some important potty training facts and myths.
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    Great pics
P W

Pet Connection: Consistent schedule is key to house-training puppies - 0 views

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    A consistent schedule can go a long way to helping housebreak a puppy.
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    Great post.
P W

Green Puppy Care - 3 views

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    Tips for environmentally-friendly dog and puppy care.
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    Very helpful information.
P W

How to Go Green: Pets : Planet Green - 2 views

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    Tips to make dog care greener.
P W

The Many Uses of Puppy Pads - 2 views

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    Some alternative uses for puppy pads beyond potty training.
P W

Puppy Training - 0 views

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    Tips for puppy training
chuckkenty

Most Popular Dogs Anti Barking Training Control Collar - 2 views

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    This is the latest version dog training shock collar!

    The product is voice-activated.

    Power: 2 / 3 AA battery

    Dimensions: 67 x 34 x 32 mm

    Adjustable strap length: approx. 25 - 50 cm

    http://www.6deal.com/en/dogs-anti-barking-shock-training-control-collar-trainer-3396.html
P W

Puppy Housebreaking Resources: Are you Punishing too Much? - 0 views

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    Housebreaking a puppy can be difficult, but punishing too much may hurt more than it helps.
Daily Kool

The Daily Kool: Today's Kool Idea: BioBag Dog Waste Bags - 0 views

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    Yesterday, we were playing catch with our kids in our development's common grassy area. It was great to have some old-fashioned outside time, though it was admittedly hard to ignore the oppressive heat of the Florida sun. Anyway, here we were, running for a long pass from one of our football stars-to-be, when we suddenly felt the ground get squishy beneath our feet. Holy sh..achem, oh cra...uh...oh, pooh! Literally. You guessed it, our big feet had landed in a pile of doggy doo. Do you have any idea what it's like getting that stuff off the bottom of sneakers with ridges? Ugh...we shudder just thinking about it.
P W

CHICAGO SCENE: Happiness is a warm and housebroken puppy - 0 views

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    "Life's Ruff!" is a live stage show featuring dogs participating in game show type activities.
P W

Housebreaking your Puppy Starts on Day One - 1 views

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    Housebreaking your puppy will be easier if you send a consistent message from the start. Here are some ideas on how to do it!
ami moore

Rules-of-Learning-Doggie-Style? - 0 views

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    THE RULES OF LEARNING DOGGIE STYLE
Daily Kool

The Daily Kool: Today's Kool Idea: Greenies Pill Pockets for Dogs and Cats - 0 views

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    When we were kids, our older brother hated taking aspirin. Okay, perhaps we're really showing our age here, but these were the days before children's Tylenol liquid suspension and when Dimetapp cough syrup (we remember it as the yummy grape medicine) was by prescription only. Our poor mother could only get our brother to take a pill by crushing it in applesauce and spoon-feeding him. Considering the torture he put us through growing up, it was a great pleasure to have a reason to call big brother a "baby" at times...na nanny boo boo!

    Our poor pets don't have it as easy as our brother did when it comes to taking medication. Whenever our dog Pepper has to take a pill, we literally pry his mouth open, shove it to the back of his throat, clamp his jaw shut and rub until he swallows. Don't get us wrong, Pepper's pretty good about taking them (certainly better than our brother was), but why should we have to struggle at all? Isn't there a way to let him think his medication is more reward than punishment?
Daily Kool

The Daily Kool: Today's Kool Idea: Purina Frosty Paws Frozen Ice Cream Treats for Dogs - 0 views

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    Yesterday, we returned from our gluttonous trip to our local Carvel ice cream shop on a euphoric sugar high. Oh yeah...The Daily Kool family has officially kicked off our celebration of National Ice Cream Month! Needless to say, we were in a fabulous mood when we walked through our front door. Of course, so was our lovable dog, Pepper...we may have mentioned him a few hundred times or so in our previous blog posts. Well, Pepper (as usual) was beside himself with joy when we came home, wagging his tail a mile a minute to show how excited he was to see us. We're telling you, there's not much that beats the feeling of unconditional love from a furry friend. Wait a minute...did we say unconditional? Because when Pepper got closer to lick our faces (hey, he's a French poodle, after all), he literally took a giant sniff of our ice cream breath and reeled back from each of us in indignant shock. Okay, we realize we're attributing human characteristics to our dog (doesn't everybody?). But seriously, you should have seen the accusatory look on his face before he pointedly turned his doggie butt on us and walked away to pout on his bed. Yep, Pepper's big brown eyes can really bring on the guilt. No doubt about it, our dog wanted to be a part of July's National Ice Cream Month holiday.
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