Dog Blog: Training Tips, Health Advice & More Page 17 | Pupford

Why Do Dogs Lick People? | Pupford

August 3rd, 2021

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Why do dogs lick people..? If it isn't to be cute and hilarious, then why?! Dogs lick people for many reasons, we will explore a handful of those reasons in this episode! LISTEN TO PODCAST Want to hear more podcasts like this? Please click here. [] WATCH VIDEO Wan... Continue reading

Caring For Your Dog's Paw Pads | Pupford

July 30th, 2021

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If you’ve ever spent all day on your feet or worked primarily with your hands, you know how important it is to care for them properly. But are you doing the same for your dogs? They rely on their paws for their every movement, which makes their paw pads one of their most important functional featur... Continue reading

Hyper Dog When You Come Home? Try This | Pupford

July 27th, 2021

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Coming home to your dog after a long day can be extremely chaotic... I mean, enjoyable? 😉 If every time you walk in the door your dog goes crazy, then this episode is for you! It can often be tempting to be overly excited and amped up when you get home, but that can be a huge mistake... Here are ... Continue reading

The Pup Games are Here! Creating Your Own Dog Games at Home | Pupford

July 23rd, 2021

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Cue the opening ceremonies, light the torches… it’s that time of year again! What better way to celebrate the biggest tournament of the summer than hosting your very own at home. The only thing that could make this more fun is including your dog, too! Let’s be real, what isn’t made better by having... Continue reading

3 Life Lessons from the Passing of My Dog Buddy | Pupford

April 5th, 2022

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Losing a dog is a terribly painful and difficult experience. We recently put our dog Buddy to sleep after he developed some severe health issues, he was 15 years old. We had an amazing life with Buddy and he lived a life full of adventure, love, and plenty of mischief. Throughout this process of gr... Continue reading

Signs of Cancer in Dogs | Pupford

July 20th, 2021

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Just like humans, our pets can experience illnesses. With so much information on the internet about symptoms, signs and preventative measures, it’s important not to get too caught up in it all and make yourself crazy worrying about every little doggie sneeze. However, we all understand how important... Continue reading

Commonly Confused Dog Behaviors - Wait vs Stay, Leave It vs Drop It, and More | Pupford

July 13th, 2021

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Should I say 'wait' or 'stay'? And what about 'leave it' or 'wait'?! As a new (or not so new) pup parent, getting these cue words correct can feel confusing and often times unclear. Luckily, the words you use are just that... words! But, let's break down some of the differences between these commo... Continue reading

Tips for Walking Multiple Dogs | Pupford

July 7th, 2021

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Walking two dogs can be a serious challenge. I've been walking 3 dogs (currently 2, RIP Buddy) for the past 4 years and I've learned a trick or two to make walking 2 dogs much simpler and honestly, more fun! Of course, you've got to be patient. Patience, time, and consistency are vital to successfu... Continue reading

What Your Dog’s Tail Can Teach You | Pupford

July 8th, 2021

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Short, long, curly, stubby, fluffy, you name it... We love them all! Yup, today we’re talking about tails. Did you know that along with being a super cute addition to your dog’s backside, the tail is also an important tool? It assists your dog with movement and balance so they can quickly change di... Continue reading

6 Signs Your Dog Isn't Getting Enough Attention | Pupford

March 25th, 2022

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Wouldn’t life be so much better if we could spend every waking (and sleeping) moment with our dogs? Unfortunately, the world doesn’t work like that for most people. And that’s okay. While it’s important for our dogs to learn how to be independent and content spending time alone, attention is impor... Continue reading