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Traci Madson Interview (Part 1): From “Old-School Trainer” to “Vicktory Dog” Rescuer and P+ Advocate | Pupford

January 28th, 2021

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Traci Madson is a CPDT-KA dog trainer who also holds memberships and certifications in aggression training and is an AKC evaluator. She has been training dogs for over 15 years. Traci is the lead trainer for the Potty Training Course and Barking Solutions, both part of the Pupford Academy. [https:/... Continue reading

Coronavirus and Dogs - What You Need to Know [April 2020] | Pupford

March 23rd, 2021

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*DISCLAIMER: Please refer to the CDC's website [https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/animals.html?CDC_AA_refVal=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cdc.gov%2Fcoronavirus%2F2019-ncov%2Fprepare%2Fanimals.html] for the most up to date and current information about the coronavirus and dogs. (This ... Continue reading

Dog Spaying & Neutering: A Guide | Pupford

January 25th, 2021

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One of the first questions a new dog parent usually asks is whether or not to get their dog spayed or neutered -- and when to do it in their pup’s life. We get a lot of questions around this topic so we wanted to help give dog parents a little guidance here. If you want more information about some... Continue reading

Dog Sneezing Guide | Pupford

February 12th, 2021

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Dog sneezing... what's the deal with it?! Ahh-choo! You sneeze, your dog sneezes, we all sneeze! But... you might have some questions about it. Is it safe? Are they experiencing something more? How many sneezes are too many sneezes? In this article, we’ll explore the causes behind your dog’s s... Continue reading

Dog Eye Discharge: What You Need to Know | Pupford

March 23rd, 2021

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If you've ever wondered if your pup's eye boogers are normal, you're not alone. Dog eye discharge is quite common and can be a result of any number of things — from breed type to allergies. Plus, dogs continuously produce tears to lubricate their eyes, so you may find a few runaway tears now and th... Continue reading

Caring for Senior Dogs | Pupford

March 23rd, 2021

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Caring for senior dogs can feel like a daunting task at times. As your dog ages, they require a little more love and care. After years of exciting adventures, long walks and tons of snuggle sessions, it can be hard to accept that your spritely pup is now a senior dog. Caring for your furry pal as ... Continue reading

Best Apartment Dogs | Pupford

December 15th, 2020

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Searching for the best apartment dogs? You're in the right place! When you live in an apartment complex it’s important that you keep in mind certain variables of your lifestyle when choosing a dog breed. Having enough space available and the general access to outdoors are two factors to consider wh... Continue reading

Dog Birthday Party Ideas | Pupford

March 23rd, 2021

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Birthdays? Fun. Dogs? Amazing. Dog birthdays = THE BEST. Your dog’s birthday is a cause worth celebrating. We don’t just mean extra belly rubs -- we mean a real party! (although extra belly rubs never hurt.) Throwing your dog a birthday party is a great way to gather your best friends and their ... Continue reading

How to Introduce a Dog to a Baby: 6 Tips for Safe and Successful Introductions | Pupford

March 23rd, 2021

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Learning how to introduce a dog to a baby can be extremely stressful. In this article, you're going to learn how to make those introductions safe and successful! But before that... Congratulations! Your family is getting a little bigger. With everything on your "before the baby" to-do list, dog m... Continue reading

Worst Dog Training Advice You've Ever Heard | Pupford

February 5th, 2021

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In our private Facebook community, we asked, "what is the worst dog training advice you've ever heard?". And let me tell you... some of the answers were unbelievable! (Some were terribly frustrating to hear as well.) We heard some advice that ranged from inhumane to just plain weird and just about... Continue reading