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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

3 Unexpected Benefits of Trick Training | Pupford

June 7th, 2022

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Doing trick training with your dog can be an extremely enjoyable experience for both you and your dog. And of course, everyone loves to be able to show off their dog’s favorite tricks when guests come over! But there are some unexpected benefits to trick training that will make you want to priorit... Continue reading

[Video] Teach Your Dog to Nod 'Yes' | Pupford

July 7th, 2022

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Get your dog's treats and work on this trick! VSA-CDT dog trainer Emily Fitzpatrick shows you how to teach your dog to nod their head yes! 🐶 Are you a good boy/girl? YES ❤️ Do you love me? YES 🥩 Want a treat? YES 😍 Are you pretty/handsome? YES Teach your dog to respond to those questions an... Continue reading

Fall Favorites for Dogs: Activities, Recipes, Dog Toys + More | Pupford

September 21st, 2022

Filed under Lifestyle + Stories

Happy fall y’all! If you’re the kind of person who lives for sweater weather, crunchy leaves, and pumpkin spice everything, you’re probably thriving right now. So why not share that with your dog? Even if fall isn’t your favorite season, there are a ton of fun things you can do with your dog to m... Continue reading

Your Dog Is NOT a Robot | Pupford

August 8th, 2022

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I’ve always loved robots! The idea of a machine that can complete tasks for you is fascinating. And nowadays, we deal with robots every day. You have one on your phone (Siri, etc.), a speaker in your house that will do exactly what you ask, and you may even have a robot that vacuums your house (bes... Continue reading

Join The Perfect Pup Club: How to Become a Pupford Ambassador | Pupford

January 31st, 2022

Filed under Pet Parenting

Do you have a #PupfordPup? Do you and your pup love our products? Have you used our 30 Day Perfect Pup and/or Pupford Academy to help train your dog? Do you want to help other pup parents raise the pup of their dreams?! Then we would love to work with you! Our mission here at Pupford is to help yo... Continue reading

Guide to Snuffle Mats For Dogs: Benefits, How to Use Them, Tips & Tricks | Pupford

October 7th, 2021

Filed under Pet Parenting

When it comes to our dogs, we always look for “best of both world” tools. Ones that help our dogs maintain good health, while having fun. If we can pair that with a way to keep our dogs self-entertained, even better! That’s why there’s one tool in particular that we really love: the snuffle mat. It... Continue reading

2 Reasons You Should Be Using a Snuffle Mat | Pupford

October 5th, 2021

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Here at Pupford we are huge believers in the power of mental enrichment for dogs! It really can help keep your dog's pesky problem behaviors at a minimum. We've noticed in our own dogs that when they have enough mental enrichment they are overall less likely to jump on guests, bark at the door, che... Continue reading