Mental Health & Illness in Dogs and 6 Ways to Help Improve it | Pupford

January 23rd, 2023

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As a society, we’ve come a long way when it comes to mental health. While unfortunately more people are suffering from mental health issues than ever, we’re doing a great job of talking about the importance of taking care of our mental health. It’s time we extend that conversation about mental illn... Continue reading

The Dog Training POV Series with Trevor Smith - Leash Walking | Pupford

January 5th, 2022

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As pup parents, one of the things we love to do with our dogs is to take them places! The beach, a park, a trail, a store, a walk around the city, you name it. But walks can quickly take a turn if your dog won’t stop pulling on the leash or if they don’t want to walk with you. In this video in the ... Continue reading

How You Might Be RUINING Your Dog's Recall | Pupford

July 13th, 2022

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While recall is a behavior that takes a lot of practice and persistence, there are some things you may be doing that are actually RUINING your dog's recall... 😳 In this video we will talk about common mistakes pup parents can make when it comes to recall and what to do instead. This episode will h... Continue reading

Puppy Training 101: 10 Top Training Tips for Your New Dog | Pupford

December 30th, 2021

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Bringing home a new dog is undoubtedly exciting, but it can be a little overwhelming too. There’s a lot of “what now?” and “where do we start?” type of questions when it comes to training. We put together this Puppy Training 101 Guide to help answer those questions and give you as many tips for tra... Continue reading

The Dog Training POV Series with Trevor Smith - Reward Training | Pupford

November 14th, 2022

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When training a dog, rewards are so important. That is how you can get your dog to listen to you [https://pupford.com/5-hacks-to-get-dog-to-listen/] when you are asking them to perform different behaviors and cues, and then have them repeat those things over and over. But not all dogs are motivated ... Continue reading

3 Puppy Mistakes to Avoid | Pupford

November 14th, 2022

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Welcoming a new puppy (or older dog) into your home is a time of excitement, nervousness, and oftentimes, stress! While you will certainly make mistakes along the way (and that's okay), here are 3 mistakes you should try to avoid! And not only will avoiding these mistakes make YOUR life easier, but... Continue reading

2021 Pups in Review | Pupford

November 21st, 2022

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Well, I’m not totally sure how we made it through 2021… but here we are. These last few years have been hard for so many reasons. And while we aren’t sure what 2022 will bring, we love having our pups by our side through this ~journey~. Let’s look back onto this last year with our dogs for a little ... Continue reading

New Years Eve Dog Safety Tips | Pupford

November 23rd, 2022

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Are you ringing in the new year with your dog by your side? Or are you leaving them to a more relaxing, quiet evening at home while you paint the town red? Either way, you’ll want to make sure you are taking your dog’s safety into consideration. Whenever there is a change in routine, environment, o... Continue reading

Holiday Dog Enrichment Planning & Safe Zones with Emily Fitzpatrick | Pupford

January 18th, 2023

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The holidays are chaotic, but during these times our dog's needs don’t change. They still need food, play, enrichment, and more. And while you have one hundred other things on your list to worry about as well, planning enrichment into your dog’s day will use up their energy, minimize boredom, and ke... Continue reading

The Dog Training POV Series with Trevor Smith - Potty Training | Pupford

December 13th, 2022

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Ahh, potty training. One of the least glamorous parts of pup parenthood. Between all the accidents, late night/early morning outings, and constant supervision, it’s definitely not one of the most fun parts of training. But, there are some things we can do to make the training process go as smoothly... Continue reading