10 Facts About Dog Noses and How to Care for Your Dog's Nose | Pupford

January 24th, 2023

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There are few things in this world more incredible than a dog’s nose. In addition to its immense boop-ability, your pup’s sniffer is actually pretty incredible. But just like any other part of our dogs, their noses need TLC in order to keep them happy and healthy. We’ll be sharing ways to care for... Continue reading

Is a Dog Mouth REALLY Cleaner Than a Human Mouth? | Pupford

January 24th, 2023

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The idea that a dog’s mouth is cleaner than a human’s mouth is actually quite a common statement that one may hear. The fact is that dogs’ and humans' mouths are much different in terms of the bacteria they contain. So is a dog's mouth really cleaner than a human's mouth? As it turns out, the answe... Continue reading

What is Dog Trancing? And Why Dogs Do It

January 24th, 2023

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Dog trancing is an unusual, but usually harmless dog behavior that often leaves pet parents scratching their heads. Often, it is a funny quirk that leads to lots of laughs, although it can be worrisome in some rare cases. The sudden change from happy-go-lucky, activated, and spry to walking slowly ... Continue reading

Do Dogs Feel Guilt? Hint: Social Media is Lying to You | Pupford

December 6th, 2022

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You come home to a chewed-up shoe, see your dog avoiding eye contact or making themself look small, and wonder… do dogs feel guilt? 🤔 The vast majority of pup parents believe that dogs feel guilt. But what does scientific research say? Alexandra Horowitz, a writer, professor, and researcher of d... Continue reading

Is Your Dog Scared to go to the Vet? Try These 6 Tips | Pupford

January 24th, 2023

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There is no doubt that going to the vet is a tall task for some dog parents, especially when it comes to generally anxious dogs. Nervous dogs can quickly get stressed when they realize they are on their way to the vet with their parents. Even your most happy furry friend may tuck their tail as you ... Continue reading

Helping Your Dog Cope With Changes In Routine | Pupford

January 24th, 2023

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Dogs thrive on a good routine; they are creatures of habit and like to know when it’s time for walkies, dinner, and playtime. Dogs simply need physical exercise and mental stimulation [https://pupford.com/mental-exercise-dogs/] to stay happy and healthy. But life throws curveballs, not the kind you... Continue reading

Can Dogs Eat Shrimp? | Pupford

January 24th, 2023

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One of the most commonly Googled questions for dog parents is “can my dog eat __?”. In this article we'll cover "can dogs eat shrimp". Whether you’re looking to share a special treat with your dog, or figuring out if you need to take a ride to the vet after they got into the trash, it’s always a go... Continue reading

Can Dogs Get Colds? | Pupford

January 24th, 2023

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It's that time of the year again. When the trees start to lose their leaves, and we have to defrost the car each morning, we know one thing for sure – cold and flu season is on the way. Of course, common colds crop up everywhere in people, but can dogs get colds, too? The short answer is yes. So k... Continue reading

Running With Your Dog: 9 Essential Tips in a No-Nonsense Guide | Pupford

November 17th, 2022

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Running with your dog can be a very effective way to improve the health and happiness of your pup and you, the human! While jogging can be relatively straightforward, adding a dog to the mix will change how you approach this activity. I’ve been running with my dogs on an almost daily basis for the... Continue reading

Color and Dogs: 10 Facts About Dog Vision | Pupford

January 24th, 2023

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Ahh, puppy dog eyes. Those all-powerful eyes that give dogs the power to get their way more often than we’d care to admit. But there’s so much more to dogs’ eyes than just emotional manipulation. We get a lot of questions in our community about how our dogs see. Can dogs see colors? What does the ... Continue reading