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Ultimate Guide to Medium Dogs | Pupford

August 4th, 2022

Filed under Pet Parenting

You might have noticed we recently released guides for small breed dogs [] and large breed dogs [] – but what about the breeds in between? For everyone with a medium dog, or who is looking to bring one into ... Continue reading

Why Does My Dog Follow Me Everywhere? | Pupford

August 5th, 2022

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After your dog follows you into the bathroom for the fifth time in a day you may ask yourself, why does my dog follow me everywhere?” While it’s actually quite common for our canine friends to follow us around (and can be a sign of love and affection), there are some instances where their clingy be... Continue reading

Guide to Dog Desensitization and Counter-Conditioning | Pupford

July 28th, 2022

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One of the most common dog behavior challenges we see pup parents face is their dog getting over-excited or scared over something, causing their behavior to change. For some, it’s a matter of helping your dog gain confidence around new people and in new places, so they can overcome their fear. But... Continue reading

Dehydration in Dogs and How to Avoid It | Pupford

August 1st, 2022

Filed under Health + Wellness

The summer heat is in full force and doggy parents around the world should be focusing on how to keep their dogs happy and healthy as temperatures rise. Dehydration in dogs is a common emergency and it’s important for puppy parents to know the warning signs and the precautions to take to avoid it. ... Continue reading

Why Do Dogs Sniff Butts? 7 Fascinating Things to Know About Backside Sniffs | Pupford

August 2nd, 2022

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I remember being a young dog sitter and taking the dog on a walk, seeing him sniff a dog’s butt, and alarmingly wondering to myself ‘WHY do dogs sniff butts’?! I was 10 years old and thought it was hilarious, of course, but also could tell it probably was for a specific reason. Well, fast forward a... Continue reading

8 Ways to Make Training Sessions With Your Dog More Fun | Pupford

July 29th, 2022

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When you think of having fun with your dog, what do you think of? Probably playing fetch in the park, walking a new trail, or meeting new doggy friends right? Probably not training sessions. But what if we told you that training your dog can – and should – be a lot of fun. If training your dog is... Continue reading

10 Things Only Labrador Retriever People Understand | Pupford

August 3rd, 2022

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According to the American Kennel Club [], Labrador Retrievers are among the most popular dog breeds in the United States. For their (parents) people, it’s probably not hard to see why. They are famou... Continue reading

How Dogs Can Improve (or Damage) Our Mental Health: Interview with Chrissy Lawler Licensed Therapist | Pupford

July 26th, 2022

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Dogs can play a huge role in our mental health journey. But, is it always “improvements”?! I sat down with Chrissy Lawler, a licensed therapist, to discuss the good AND the bad parts of dogs and our mental health. And while dogs typically provide SO much good in our lives, it’s important to unders... Continue reading

Does My Dog Play More When I'm Watching? | Pupford

August 2nd, 2022

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We know dogs care about people paying attention to them and generally enjoy human attention. Dog parents often find watching their dog playing and having fun both heartwarming and entertaining. Those who have two or more dogs may also enjoy watching how their dogs interact and may even have fun get... Continue reading

10 Things Only Dog Parents Understand | Pupford

July 21st, 2022

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There are certain things only dog parents can understand. Being a dog parent is a gratifying experience. For dog parents, there are two time periods: B.D. (before dogs) and A.D. (after dogs). Most dog parents feel like they can’t imagine life without a dog, even though it means they will always hav... Continue reading