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finding toys for your dog's play style

Different dogs have different play styles. When buying toys for your dog, think about the kind of play he enjoys most, and look for something that will satisfy that drive. Dogs like to be busy, both physically and mentally. Otherwise, boredom, anxiety and even depression can result. Even though today’s dogs are mostly bred to …

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Playing with your dog is an extraordinary way to build a wonderful relationship. Numerous studies have shown that a good play relationship also equals a good and respectful relationship. Play before a dog training session also leads to better response time and obedience. Now, that’s some amazing stuff! But playing the wrong kinds of games …

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Autoimmune diseases in dogs.

Whether it’s a death in the family, a child leaving home, or a divorce, your dog will notice that one of his “pack” members is missing. Learn to help him deal with his grief. Grief has many forms, and can arise from many situations besides the death of a loved one. A relationship breakup, a …

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mentally stimulating and enrichment dog toys

Circling through these five themes of environmental enrichment can help keep your dog physically and mentally stimulated as well as happy, content and well-behaved. As loving dog caregivers, we provide shelter, food, water, toys, exercise and vet care for our animals. But did you know that environmental enrichment should also be integrated into our dogs’ …

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Looking for the perfect playthings for your pooch? Check out our top do’s and don’ts for safe dog toys! DO Be size-wise. Ensure the toys aren’t too small for your dog and that she can’t easily swallow or choke on them. If you have several dogs, base the size of toys you buy on the size of the …

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