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How to Choose the Right Dog Trainer | Pupford

April 27th, 2021

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Searching for the right dog trainer can sometimes feel impossible! There are so many different certifications... different methods... different titles... different names for training styles... the list goes on! So, how can you decide confidently? Of course, when choosing a dog trainer you should ch... Continue reading

How to Desensitize Your Dog to a Muzzle | Pupford

April 26th, 2021

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Not only is muzzling your dog something that protects yourself, but it can also protect other dogs. Muzzles are especially important for dogs that are reactive, aggressive, and for many other reasons. In this video, Traci Madson will walk you through how to safely put a muzzle on a dog. Remember, t... Continue reading

Effects of Cannabis on Dogs | Pupford

April 28th, 2021

Filed under Lifestyle + Stories

If you know anything about dogs, you know they’re curious little creatures. They’ll try to get into anything and everything -- and often succeed. Anything that looks, feels, or smells new, sparks curiosity and causes dogs to do what they do best… eat it. If you’ve ever had a pair of expensive sho... Continue reading

3 Ways to Keep Your Dog From Getting Bored | Pupford

April 27th, 2021

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A bored dog often results in problematic behaviors. I'm talking about things like barking, destruction, digging, chewing, etc. that often happen when our dogs are bored! So, what can we do? LISTEN TO PODCAST Want to hear more podcasts like this? Please click here. [https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup] W... Continue reading

Engage Disengage Game – Reduce Your Dog's Reactivity! | Pupford

April 20th, 2021

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The Engage Disengage Game was created to help overstimulated dogs manage their stress in a more productive way. The point of the game is to get your dog to focus on you rather than their triggers. Whether your dog's trigger is people, squirrels, dogs, inanimate objects, this game can be helpful fo... Continue reading

How to Get Your Dog Used to a Harness | Pupford

April 16th, 2021

Filed under Pet Parenting

Have you gone to put a harness on your dog and they just aren't having it? Then when you put it on they aren't wanting to walk or cooperate? It's probably because they haven't been desensitized to it yet! While we may think that it is best to just throw them in the deep end and let them figure it ... Continue reading

Fetch: Benefits and How to Teach Your Pup | Pupford

April 16th, 2021

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Everyone knows that dogs love to play fetch, but it’s unlikely you’ve taken the time to consider why. There’s a reason why fetch is the “classic” game we all love to play with our pups. Not only is it fun for both them and us, it has a number of benefits for your dog, too! But you can’t just toss a... Continue reading

Using 'Play' to Teach Recall | Pupford

April 27th, 2021

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Recall (aka come when called) is vital for your dog's safety. Unfortunately, it can be one of the most difficult behaviors for dogs to really understand and grasp. When working on recall with your dog (or other behaviors for that matter!) you want to find what reinforcements motivate your dog the m... Continue reading

20 Foods Your Dog Can and Can’t Eat | Pupford

April 19th, 2021

Filed under Health + Wellness

In a previous post [https://pupford.com/vegetables-fruits-dogs-can-cant-eat/], we covered what fruits and vegetables your dog can and can’t eat. But we’ve gotten a lot of questions about other common foods and whether it’s safe to share with your dog or not. So today we’re discussing 20 common food... Continue reading

Patience For Your Dog | Pupford

April 6th, 2021

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Having patience for your dog's behavior might be one of the most difficult things in the world... but in this episode, I'm going to explain why that patience is key to your happiness when raising a dog! Too often with our dogs, we expect things to happen overnight. But, newsflash... they aren't rob... Continue reading