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3 Simple Things Every Dog Parent Should Know | Pupford

May 14th, 2021

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The internet is exciting because there’s so much information out there. But the internet is also frustrating because, you guessed it, there’s so much information out there. It’s so easy for dog parents to get overwhelmed. A simple Google search for “how to train my dog” can sometimes leave you mo... Continue reading

[video] Moving With Dogs | Pupford

May 12th, 2021

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Moving with dogs can be an extremely stressful experience! I just moved from Utah to NYC with three dogs, and there were some parts that were truly difficult... In this video, I’ll break down tips and ideas for what you can do before the move, during the actual move, once you’re moved in, AND one v... Continue reading

Essential Oils and Dogs: Which Are Safe for Your Dog and How to Use Them | Pupford

May 11th, 2021

Filed under Health + Wellness

Whether it’s for relaxing aromatherapy or a natural way to repel bugs, millions of people use essential oils daily. And like many other things you have around your house, you might be wondering if you can use them for the same purposes on your dog, too. The answer isn’t so cut and dry. Some essenti... Continue reading

7 Things You'll Learn in Pupford Academy | Pupford

May 6th, 2021

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We know that when it comes to training your dog, you have questions. Whether you are a first-time dog parent or seasoned veteran, questions and concerns arise from time to time while raising your dog. Things like, “why won’t my dog come to me when I call their name?” “Why is my dog still chewing ... Continue reading

VIDEO: Hiking with Dogs – Gear, Recall, Trail Etiquette with Amber Aquart | Pupford

May 5th, 2021

Filed under Pet Parenting

Ready to go hiking with your dog? Be sure to check out all the must-have products and tips for hiking with dogs from Amber Aquart ​! Amber mentions some must-have products for your dog's hike like: * A water bowl [https://pupford.com/product/collapsible-dog-bowl/] * A long lead and harness [http... Continue reading

25 Activities To Do With Your Dog This Spring/Summer | Pupford

May 7th, 2021

Filed under Pet Parenting

Spring is here and summer is just around the corner. You know what that means: perfect weather, summer vacation for some, and longer days. It’s the perfect time to plan some adventures with your whole family, including your dogs. If you need some ideas for activities to do with your dog this spri... Continue reading

Dog Training 101: 4 Quadrants, LIMA, Myths + Training Tips | Pupford

April 30th, 2021

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Welcome to Dog Training 101! The good news is that there are no tests, pop quizzes, essays, or textbooks here. Just some tried-and-true methods for successfully training your dog. We wanted to give this introduction so you’re familiar with some of the concepts you might find in the Pupford Academ... Continue reading

How to Choose the Right Dog Trainer | Pupford

April 27th, 2021

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Searching for the right dog trainer can sometimes feel impossible! There are so many different certifications... different methods... different titles... different names for training styles... the list goes on! So, how can you decide confidently? Of course, when choosing a dog trainer you should ch... Continue reading

How to Desensitize Your Dog to a Muzzle | Pupford

April 26th, 2021

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Not only is muzzling your dog something that protects yourself, but it can also protect other dogs. Muzzles are especially important for dogs that are reactive, aggressive, and for many other reasons. In this video, Traci Madson will walk you through how to safely put a muzzle on a dog. Remember, t... Continue reading

Effects of Cannabis on Dogs | Pupford

April 28th, 2021

Filed under Lifestyle + Stories

If you know anything about dogs, you know they’re curious little creatures. They’ll try to get into anything and everything -- and often succeed. Anything that looks, feels, or smells new, sparks curiosity and causes dogs to do what they do best… eat it. If you’ve ever had a pair of expensive sho... Continue reading