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Setting Up an Easter Egg Hunt for Your Dog | Pupford

April 6th, 2023

Filed under Pet Parenting

Easter is not only a time for humans to enjoy, but it can also be a fun holiday for our furry friends, and no, we’re not talking about bunnies! It’s time to let our doggy friends join in on the fun, too. This Easter why not set up the perfect activity to celebrate the holiday and also let your fait... Continue reading

Dog Safe Easter Foods + 5 Easter Recipes for Dogs | Pupford

December 27th, 2023

Filed under Pet Parenting

Those who celebrate Easter usually do so with a few main traditions: egg hunts, family gatherings, and – most importantly – food. And with so many of us including our dogs in our Easter celebrations (see exhibit A below), we want to make sure we are including them in a safe way. Exhibit A: Unfort... Continue reading

Puppy Recall Training Guide: 7 Games, Tips & Techniques | Pupford

September 29th, 2023

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Focusing on a puppy’s recall training should be at the top of every pup parent’s to-do list! Not only can it keep your dog safe and give you peace of mind, but it ultimately gives you and your pup greater freedom and adventure in the long run. Related Reading: Backpacking with Dogs Guide [https://... Continue reading

How to Stop Your Dog from Barking at Night + Why It Happens | Pupford

November 29th, 2023

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It’s bedtime – your head finally hits the pillow after a long day and you are looking forward to some much-needed rest. Just as you’re about to drift off for good, you’re jolted back to reality by the sound of your dog barking. And barking. And barking. Been there? Yeah, us too, and we know it’s... Continue reading

Contrafreeloading: Why Dogs Often Prefer to Work for Food | Pupford

January 9th, 2024

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Most dog parents are very well aware that their dogs are highly food motivated. In fact, a good amount would probably say their dog goes out of their way to gobble up any food in sight. This is why a lot of people are surprised when we drop this fun fact on them: dogs would rather work for their fo... Continue reading

Are You Being an Advocate for Your Dog? | Pupford

August 8th, 2023

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We hear the term “advocate” used in a handful of ways: Advocate for yourself in the workplace Be an advocate for those who can’t speak for themselves She is a big advocate of protecting the environment But have you heard it used for your dog? Being an advocate for your dog is just as important ... Continue reading

Benefits of Proper Nutrition for Dogs: How a Dog's Diet Affects Their Mood and Behavior | Pupford

January 31st, 2024

Filed under Health + Wellness

Good nutrition is essential for your canine companion to reach their full potential and enjoy a lifetime of physical and mental activities. By providing your dog with a balanced, biologically appropriate diet, you can positively influence not only their health but also their behavior. In addition,... Continue reading

Dog Euthanasia at Home: A Complete Guide | Pupford

July 31st, 2023

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This is truly the last topic I want to write about, but I know how important it is and hopefully, it can help at least one person in this painful process. I want to provide my complete experience and answer common questions/concerns about dog euthanasia at home. The passing of a dog is extremely pa... Continue reading

Stinky Dog Breath? 7+ Bad Dog Breath Solutions & Reasons | Pupford

February 20th, 2024

Filed under Health + Wellness

Stinky dog breath is a common issue caused by various factors, such as poor dental hygiene, diet, or an underlying medical condition. While it may seem like a minor inconvenience, bad dog breath can actually indicate a more serious problem with your dog's health (reach out to your vet if you are co... Continue reading

Do Dogs Like Being Pet? + Where to Pet a Dog & Give Scratches | Pupford

October 20th, 2023

Filed under Pet Parenting

Every dog is different. Mine loves anything somewhat edible and all toys that squeak. My neighbor's dog loves belly rubs and a frisbee. So answering the question 'do dogs like being pet' can be more complicated than a simple yes or no response. There are some dogs that like physical touch more than... Continue reading

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