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Guide to Dog Food Toppers; What They are, Benefits, How to Use, and More | Pupford

November 12th, 2021

Filed under Health + Wellness

Ever look at your dog’s food and think it looks a little...plain? While many dog foods fit the bill in terms of taste and nutrition, we feel our dogs deserve more. Or maybe we have a dog with a picky palate or specific nutritional needs. That’s where dog food toppers can come in. Before we get sta... Continue reading

Trainer and Pup Parent Recommended Products | Pupford

May 3rd, 2022

Filed under Pet Parenting

We know that when it comes to raising a happy, healthy, and well-behaved dog, the right tools (like treats and training) make all the difference. That’s why our treats and chews are made of healthy, simple ingredients, why we offer a range of products to help your dog overcome different problem beh... Continue reading

The Truth About Your Dog's Training Progress | Pupford

November 9th, 2021

Filed under Training

Dog training isn't always ups and "forward progression"... it actually usually consists of a LOT of setbacks, challenges, and "dips" in behavior. But truthfully, that is to be expected! Remember that not every technique will work for your dog, and that sometimes your dog may just be having an off d... Continue reading

Best Gifts for Dogs and Dog Lovers in 2021 | Pupford

November 8th, 2021

Filed under Pet Parenting

It’s that time of the year again. Whether you are eager to set up for the holidays or want to wait a little longer, it’s just about time to think about the gifts for everyone on your list this year. And while many will be traveling and/or spending time with family or friends, we don’t want to exclud... Continue reading

Start Preparing Your Dog for the Holidays Now | Pupford

November 2nd, 2021

Filed under Podcasts

When it comes to training our dogs, consistency is so important. While it would be so nice to work on a behavior once and then your dog fully grasps what it is you are asking of them, it doesn't work that way. It takes time and patience to teach your dog behaviors. That's why the time to prepare you... Continue reading

Why Does My Dog Lick Their Paws? | Pupford

July 21st, 2022

Filed under Health + Wellness

It seems like our dogs are always up to something either endearing, bizarre, or just plain intriguing. After all, sometimes we just don’t know why dogs do the things they do. But sometimes, we do know! That’s the case with your dog licking their paws, which is something almost all dog parents have ... Continue reading

Teach Your Dog the "Place" Cue – A Simple Guide | Pupford

November 2nd, 2021

Filed under Training

Teaching your dog to go to their place is a great way to teach them to settle on cue. It can also help prevent door dashing, begging at the table, and jumping up on guests. But how can you teach your dog to go to their place? How can you increase distractions, distance, and duration while your dog i... Continue reading

Letting Your Dog Off Leash, Is It Worth It? | Pupford

July 13th, 2022

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We love the idea of letting our dogs frolick through fields, trails, and sandy beaches, but there are some things to consider before unclipping your dog's leash from their harness. Like, is your dog even be allowed off-leash? What are possible dangers that could arise? And more. Letting your dog o... Continue reading

The Spooky Truth of Training A Dog | Pupford

October 26th, 2021

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With Halloween around the corner, spooky season is in full swing. For new dog parents, nothing can seem spookier than taking on the task of training a new dog. After all, it’s more than just tricks and treats. Where do we start? What tools and resources do we need? How will my dog respond? We’re h... Continue reading

[Video] The Key to a Stress-Free Halloween With Your Dog | Pupford

October 26th, 2021

Filed under Training, Pet Parenting

Halloween with a dog can be extremely overwhelming. You've got kids knocking on your door. They're wearing costumes sometimes with scary or weird masks and candy is involved. All those things can be problematic and challenging. So in this article, I'm going to give you the key to a stress-free Hal... Continue reading