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High Energy Dogs: A Complete Guide to Energetic Pups | Pupford

April 4th, 2023

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Are you convinced your dog is actually a bunny – the Energizer Bunny that is? Having an energetic dog with seemingly endless energy can be overwhelming and exhausting. But it can also be rewarding and a lot of fun. The difference is knowing how to take your dog’s natural energy and channel it posi... Continue reading

How Long Does It Take to Train a Puppy? 5 Factors | Pupford

September 27th, 2023

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One of the most common questions in our private online community [] is, “how long does it take to train a puppy”. Often, that wonder is accompanied by the realization that training a puppy can be a lot of hard work. Naturally, we wa... Continue reading

Do Dogs Like Routines? 5 Reasons Pups Crave Routines | Pupford

September 28th, 2023

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Are you a creature of habit? Maybe you eat your meals at the same time every day, exercise at the same time every day, or do certain household chores on the same day of the week. Routines help us stay on track and keep up with the world around us. But we’re not the only ones who benefit from routin... Continue reading

You're a Better Pup Parent Than You Think - Here's Why | Pupford

May 17th, 2022

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You’re a better pup parent than you think. And in this article, I’ll tell you exactly why I believe that to be true. We’ll also talk about dealing with self-doubt as a pup parent and staying positive with your efforts with your pup! Let’s get right to it ⬇️ LISTEN TO EPISODE Want to hear more ... Continue reading

Do Dogs Grieve? How Dogs Are Affected by Loss of Other Dogs | Pupford

November 13th, 2023

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Loss and grieving are never pleasant topics, but it’s an unfortunate part of having loved ones in our lives. When we lose a dog family member, it has a significant impact on everyone, including the other dogs in our households. That brings up many questions... Do dogs grieve? How do dogs experienc... Continue reading

5 Ways to Be a Responsible Dog Parent (and Good Citizen) | Pupford

December 11th, 2023

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While there are many many ways to raise a pup, there are generally agreed-upon ways to be a responsible dog parent! And being a responsible pup parent makes the world better for all other dogs and humans. In this episode, I’ll break down 5 easy ways (honestly, very easy) to be a good dog parent cit... Continue reading

[Quiz] What Dog Breed Matches My Personality? | Pupford

August 30th, 2023

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Sometimes, we focus on pretty serious and important topics about dog health and training. Today is not one of those days. Today we’re going to have some fun! Just like our personalities are unique, so are the traits of each dog breed. Today we’re going to find out which dog breed is most like you.... Continue reading

How I ALMOST Ruined My Relationship with My Puppy | Pupford

February 1st, 2024

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How we train our puppies can have long-term effects on their mental well-being and behavior! Unfortunately, I mistakenly trusted some “experts” who guided me in making training decisions and using training tools that almost ruined my relationship with my puppy. Let’s dive into why it happened to m... Continue reading

4 Impulse Control Games for Dogs + Daily Training Exercises | Pupford

January 11th, 2024

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There’s a common misconception that dogs who chase, run across thresholds, or seemingly can’t control themselves around food are being defiant or trying to be the “alpha” of your home. But that’s not really the case. What you’re seeing in those situations is impulse, rather than a personality trait... Continue reading

When Do Puppies Calm Down? Plus 5 Tips for Calming Your Dog | Pupford

January 9th, 2024

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I still remember the first time I turned to my wife and asked, when do puppies calm down?! 😩 We had just come home from a long outing at the park and our pup was still bouncing off the walls [], wanting to play, demand barking, chewing at our shoelaces, the ... Continue reading

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