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[Recipe] Healthy "Candy Corn" Frozen Dog Treats | Pupford

December 18th, 2023

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When it comes to our dogs, there isn’t much we won’t do… including making them their own tasty pumpkin treat. I mean, we get to enjoy all the festive pumpkin-flavored muffins, cookies, drinks, breads, and more, so why not let them join in on the fun? This simple three-ingredient frozen dog treat is... Continue reading

How Stereotypes Hurt Your Dog (and Their Training) | Pupford

June 15th, 2023

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While most of us know the damage stereotypes can do to us humans, what role do they play for our pups?! We often put “labels” and stereotypes on our dogs that ultimately end up causing harm to them and specifically to their training. In this article, we’ll discuss how you can avoid these stereotyp... Continue reading

Keeping Your Dog Safe on Halloween and How to Hand out Halloween Candy With Dogs | Pupford

November 7th, 2023

Filed under Pet Parenting

Happy spooky season! For many dog parents the spookiest part of Halloween is not the goblins and ghouls, but the thought of keeping their dog safe and calm during the hectic day. From stressors to strangers to outright dangers, Halloween can be overwhelming for your dog. But that doesn’t mean you ... Continue reading

Guide to Service Dogs: Common Breeds, Tasks & Uses | Pupford

September 30th, 2023

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All dog lovers know how special the bond can be between a dog and its parent, but service dogs take that relationship to a whole new level. Service dogs provide their companions with a quality of life that would not be possible without their assistance, making them indeed women's and man's best fri... Continue reading

5 Unique Household Dog Items That'll Make Your Life 100x Easier | Pupford

December 29th, 2023

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While most of our homes or apartments have the dog staples like a bed, water bowl, and toys, there are some truly unique dog household items that’ll make your life about 100x easier! And with how challenging raising a pup can be, I’ll take “easy” any chance I get! Here’s a quick overview of the 5 ... Continue reading

Guide to Emotional Support Animals: Characteristics, Training, What Rights They Have | Pupford

December 26th, 2023

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If you're already part of the Pupford community [] and reading this blog post, it's probably safe to assume that you believe pets are wonderful. But if you don't know this yet, allow us to convince you: caring for a living creature is immensely rewarding (and challenging [https:/... Continue reading

Why Do Dogs Howl? | Pupford

March 29th, 2023

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Dog parents - does your doggo have an “a-woo” habit? It might leave you puzzled as to why they howl so much. Understanding why your pup is howling will help you respond appropriately. Simply put, howling is one of the numerous ways of canine communication. It is generally instinctual and can eithe... Continue reading

What Do Therapy Dogs Actually Do? An Interview with Monica Callahan (10 Years of Therapy Dog Work) | Pupford

December 6th, 2023

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While most of us have heard the term ‘therapy dog’, what therapy dogs actually do remains a bit of a mystery to many! In this episode, I’ll be interviewing Monica Callahan to help us all gain a true understanding of what therapy dogs really do and how they improve lives everywhere! MEET MONICA CA... Continue reading

8 Common Injuries in Dogs: Symptom, Treatment, and Prevention Tips | Pupford

April 4th, 2023

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Wouldn’t it be nice if we never had to worry about our dogs being uncomfortable or in pain? A world without dogs getting hurt would be a great one, but unfortunately, it’s not the reality. Our dogs are susceptible to injuries from exercising, playing, accidents, and exploring a little too much. To... Continue reading

Types of Working Dogs: Jobs, Common Breeds & FAQs | Pupford

December 6th, 2023

Filed under Lifestyle + Stories

Some dogs have one main purpose in life: to be your companion and valued family member. And let’s be clear: there’s nothing wrong with that! Other dogs have specific jobs; we call those working dogs. Working dogs take their instincts and innate skills and use them to accomplish tasks or help people... Continue reading

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