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House Training Your Puppy: 'Doos' and Don'ts for New Pet Parents

Wed, 26 Aug 2015 by Linda Rosado

Bringing home a warm, cuddly new playmate can be a big cause for excitement and joy in any household. A puppy can liven up any room it enters, and put a big smile on the faces of every member of your family.


DO feed your pup at regular times.


Establishing a routine is great for both pup and parent. When dogs are fed at the same time each day, they’re more likely to need to relieve themselves around the same time as well...

Back to School: 3 Tips for Finding a Dog-Friendly College Apartment

Mon, 17 Aug 2015 by Linda Rosado


While most dorms and on-campus housing only allow service animals to reside with students, there are usually plenty of off-campus options catering to young pet parents wishing to bring their furry loved ones along for the college experience. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when you’re searching for a dog-friendly college apartment.

4 Things to Keep in Mind when Teaching Your Dog Table Manners

Tue, 11 Aug 2015 by Linda Rosado

tips for pet table manners


Begging, scratching and jumping can quickly turn a dinner party or family meal into a frustrating event. Many of us might become aggravated and scold dogs, but that will just result in your pup growing afraid of you, and the bad behavior might not change. Instead, the best course of action is to teach your dog the right way to behave during meal times. And it’s not just puppies that need a lesson in etiquette; adult dogs might also need a refresher course on good table manners.

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