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Protect Your Dog From These Preventable Threats

Owning a dog is one of the most rewarding experiences a person can have in their lifetime, but having a dog is much more than the occasional walk around the block or playing fetch in the yard. There are many other responsibilities that one must consider in order to be a good dog owner. Your dog’s health is a major concern to any good pet owner and in this article we will concentrate on some

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Top Dog Tips

With the weather getting better soon, your dogs are going to be outside more and that means time to practice good safety. The tips below are essential for preparedness. 1. Make sure that your pet wears a well-fitting collar with an ID tag that has up-to-date contact information. 2. Train your dog. A well-trained, obedient dog is safer, more responsive and happier. 3. Always keep your pet on a leash when outside the house or

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Is It Too Late to Train Your Dog?

They say that “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks”, but it really isn’t true. You can teach new tricks to a dog of any age, with a little bit of will and some understanding. Dogs are often rehomed as adults and must then adapt to fit into their new environments. This was the case with my own dog, who came to me as an adult. Like a lot of other new dog owners, I

Is Your Dog Behaving Badly?

How is your dog acting while you are away?  Does he bark constantly? Is he outside driving your neighbours crazy by barking at every little noise? Unless you ask your neighbors, you may not really have any idea what he is doing while you are not there.  Some dogs are just fine when their family is home, but have anxiety when they are alone. Of course if your neighbours get tired of it, they might file a complaint and

Our Puppies

We spend a lot of time socialising the puppies in their first eight weeks of life. We understand the importance of this period and believe it is fundamental to give them the social temperament necessary to start a life with their new families and in their new homes. Socialising them by playing with them at around four weeks of age, we give them freedom away from their mother and teach them how to play with