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

Guide to Training a Deaf Dog | Pupford

January 24th, 2023

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Whether your dog has lost his hearing due to age or illness or was simply born without this particular sense, he deserves to live his best life. And to ensure he feels fulfilled and connected while always staying safe, you need to provide him with basic training [https://pupford.com/dog-pov-trainin... Continue reading

Teach Your Dog to Wipe Their Paws | Pupford

January 24th, 2023

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No matter the season or where you live... dogs' paws sure get dirty! From mud to sand to questionable surfaces, and everything in between, their paws can track a lot into the house. It honestly can be really hard to keep a house clean with dogs [https://pupford.com/how-to-keep-your-house-clean-with-... Continue reading

5 Tips for Dog Grooming in the Fall | Pupford

January 24th, 2023

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Whether you’re a “pumpkin spice in August” person or a “going to the beach in October” person, there’s no denying that fall is here and in full swing. Summer is over and the weather is changing. And whether that brings you immeasurable joy or overwhelming sadness, it’s time to put your feelings asi... Continue reading

Dog Parent Guide to Training A Rescue Dog | Pupford

December 2nd, 2022

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So you recently rescued (or are thinking of rescuing) a dog. First, let us say, you are awesome! Thank you for giving a deserving shelter dog a loving home. Second, we want you to understand that this is a huge transition. Bringing a dog into your home who possibly experienced a rough past can be a... Continue reading

What's Causing a Million Dogs to be Relinquished to Shelters Each Year? | Pupford

November 1st, 2022

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The choice to relinquish a dog to a shelter is often one that weighs heavily on the pup parent. It is in most cases seen as a last resort, and often one they’d rather not have to make. While I want to remain sensitive to anyone who has had to make that decision, it’s important to discuss the main r... Continue reading

Are Laser Pointers Bad for Dogs? Plus, Alternative Toys for Dogs | Pupford

October 28th, 2022

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In theory, laser pointers would be the ultimate tool for your dog. Watching them intensely chase a little red dot is quite amusing, plus they’re burning off energy like crazy. But in reality, laser pointers can actually do more harm than good for our dogs. This post is NOT to shame anyone who has ... Continue reading

6 Spooky Things Dogs May Be Able to Sense That Humans Can't | Pupford

October 28th, 2022

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While scientists don't ascertain that dogs can see ghosts, some of us have seen firsthand our pets' ability to sense things unknown that can be hard to believe. Here are six spooky things that dogs can sense that humans can't (hint: not all of these things are actually spooky): 1. THEY CAN SENSE ... Continue reading

[Recipe] Healthy "Candy Corn" Frozen Dog Treats | Pupford

November 9th, 2022

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When it comes to our dogs, there isn’t much we won’t do… including making them their own tasty pumpkin treat. I mean, we get to enjoy all the festive pumpkin-flavored muffins, cookies, drinks, breads, and more, so why not let them join in on the fun? This simple three-ingredient frozen dog treat is... Continue reading

How Stereotypes Hurt Your Dog (and Their Training) | Pupford

October 27th, 2022

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While most of us know the damage stereotypes can do to us humans, what role do they play for our pups?! We often put “labels” and stereotypes on our dogs that ultimately end up causing harm to them and specifically to their training. In this article, we’ll discuss how you can avoid these stereotyp... Continue reading