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7 Tips for Road Trips with Dogs | Pupford

December 15th, 2020

Filed under Lifestyle + Stories

I’m no stranger to road trips with dogs. From Utah to Oregon, Oregon to Utah, Utah to South Carolina, South Carolina to Florida, Florida to South Carolina, and South Carolina back to Utah (plus MANY little weekend trips) we have had our four-legged pup by our sides. And while road trips (mostly) go... Continue reading

Muffin Tin Game for Dogs | Pupford

January 26th, 2021

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The Muffin Tin Game is an easy, fun to play, and inexpensive brain game for dogs. You can play it at relatively any time, no matter the weather or situation outside. Remember to never underestimate the power of keeping your dog's brain sharp and focused. Numerous studies [https://content.iospress.... Continue reading

Backpacking With Dogs: A Simple Guide | Pupford

December 15th, 2020

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Our dogs are our best friends, so we want to take them everywhere. Makes sense! Taking your dog backpacking is a great way to get exercise and bond. You’ll see some great sights, get some fresh air, and spend time together. They’ll keep you warm at night and entertained during the day. There’s not... Continue reading

Dog Whining: Why It Happens & How to Stop It | Pupford

January 25th, 2021

Filed under Pet Parenting

As dog parents, we want to make sure we’re doing everything we can to take care of our pups -- and part of that means reacting when something appears to be wrong. But it can be frustrating to hear your dog whining as if something were wrong, only to find they just want attention or to be near you. ... Continue reading

Stop Puppy Biting FAST With These 10 Tips | Pupford

January 28th, 2021

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Frustrated with your puppy biting your hands, ankles, feet, and just about anything else they can sink their little shark teeth into? Here are 10 tips to stop puppy biting fast (well, as fast as possible)! Before we dive in (speaking of shark teeth…), let’s talk about some common puppy biting ques... Continue reading

Preparing Your Dog for Halloween: 3 Tips & Training Ideas | Pupford

February 5th, 2021

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Halloween is right around the corner... is your pup ready? 🎃 With these 3 tips, you'll be prepped for Halloween! (You already bought your pup a costume, right?) This quick episode will break down 3 ways you can prepare your dog for Halloween, both now and on the day of Halloween. Want to hear... Continue reading

What Happens If You DON'T Groom Your Dog: An Interview with Quinci Cole | Pupford

February 5th, 2021

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Have you ever wondered what happens if you DON'T groom your dog? We interviewed Quinci Cole (13+ years of dog grooming experience) to help us all better understand what can happen if you neglect your dog's grooming! And be aware, some of the potential negative side effects can be very harmful to yo... Continue reading

2020 Presidential Debate Dog Training Game | Pupford

February 5th, 2021

Filed under Lifestyle + Stories

Let us start by saying this, dogs are WAY better than any politician on the planet. We can all agree on that... right?! No matter which way you and your pup lean politically, you can use this year's presidential debates as an opportunity to improve your communication and relationship with your dog... Continue reading

Dog Gut Health: A Simple Guide | Pupford

November 30th, 2020

Filed under Health + Wellness

Let’s talk about poop... and dog gut health. No, seriously. All dogs do it, and paying more attention to it might be more useful than you realize (Yes, we have a point, getting to it!). Poop = digestion and digestion = an important indicator of our dog's gut health. Today we’re going to talk a l... Continue reading

Separation Anxiety in Dogs: A Simple Guide | Pupford

February 5th, 2021

Filed under Pet Parenting

If it were up to our dogs, we’d spend every moment together. While that sounds like a dream come true (for us too!), unfortunately, it’s not realistic. For many dogs, separation is really tough. We get a lot of people asking for advice about how to tell if their dog has separation anxiety and what ... Continue reading