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Five Basic Commands All Dogs Should Know

All Dogs Should Should Know These Five Commands When training a dog, one should first understand why commands and obedience are important. Yes, it’s great to be able to tell a dog to speak or shake and see them do it. People are impressed. The dogs seem happy and the dog owners seem to get…
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Ways to Dog Proof a Yard

Dog-proofing a yard takes some time and consideration but is most beneficial to both the dog and the homeowner. In order to ensure your pet doesn’t wreak havoc on the backyard, and to prevent harm to the animal, it is important to make sure your yard is dog-proof. This means you have to take into…
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How To Clean Your Dog’s Teeth

Despite the fact that a dog’s mouth really is quite a bit cleaner than a human’s (and dogs are a lot less likely to develop dental issues like cavities), it is still critically important that you do everything you can to keep your dog’s teeth and smile as healthy as possible. They aren’t brushing their…
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Top 5 Most Popular Workouts At the Gym

While there are an infinite amount of different exercises you could knock out every time you go to the gym, only a handful of “staples” are practiced by pretty much every single person that wants to build a healthier, fitter body that won’t look bad when beach season rolls around. The top 5 most popular…
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Baby Diapers: Are they Recyclable, Biodegradable or Not?

Spoiler alert: They’re not. Thousands of baby diapers are found at recycling centers across the country every single day. We know you had good intentions when you put the dirty diaper in the recycle bin. We know that you thought with all that paper and plastic used to protect your babies bum, it had to…
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8 Ways To Calm Your Dog Down During a Thunderstorm

It’s hurricane season. We all know what that means, but your dog has no idea. Thunderstorms are bound to happen, and your dogs can sense them before we even know its coming. Dogs are more aware of their surroundings than humans. Detecting bad weather is one of their specialties. If your dog starts to bark…
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7 Things HOA’s (Home Owners’ Associations) Can Do to Benefit Pet Owners

Stress and anxiety seem to be part of modern day living, and it has been found that having a pet helps relieve the feeling of unhappiness or tension. But it can be difficult to manage a pet in a city, especially in a condo or planned housing area. A homeowner’s association is usually established to…
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How Can Municipalities Create Pet-Friendly Communities?

There are many advantages to municipalities when they create pet-friendly communities. People are healthier and better adjusted mentally when they have well-cared-for pets. Pets provide companionship, dog walking encourages exercise, people who have pets tend to be more likely to get to know their neighbors as they are out walking their dogs. There is a…
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Pick Up After Your Pet – It’s Important

The Importance of Picking Up After Your Pet No one loves walking down a sidewalk or a walking trail and stepping in a steaming pile of doggie doo. Even if the poop has been there for a while, recent rains can soften dried matter into a nastiness that no one wants to have on their…
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The Reasons Why Your Community Needs Dog Poop Bag Dispensers

Cleaning up dog poop when walking your dog is the responsible, courteous thing to do. No one loves stepping in a fresh pile of doggie doo. More than that, it is the ecological, sanitary thing to do. Dog feces can spread several kinds of diseases both to other dogs and to humans. By picking up…
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