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Building Your Dog's Confidence: An Interview with Emily Fitzpatrick VSA-CDT | Pupford

December 15th, 2021

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Your dog's confidence levels can drastically affect their ability to learn, respond correctly to cues, and generally feel happy in their environment! In this episode, I sat down with Emily Fitzpatrick (VSA-CDT) to discuss ways to improve your dog's confidence! Emily also helps break down why confid... Continue reading

The Dog Training POV Series with Trevor Smith - Puppy Chewing | Pupford

November 24th, 2021

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Welcome to the first official week of the Pupford Dog Training POV Series [] with Trevor Smith. In the introduction [], we talked all about what will happen in this series as Trevor straps a camera o... Continue reading

12 Reasons to be Grateful for Your Dog | Pupford

November 23rd, 2021

Filed under Lifestyle + Stories

You’ll probably get this question a lot around Thanksgiving: what are you thankful for? We hope your list is a long one -- and that it doesn’t leave anything out. Including your dog! Although we may not think about it often, our dogs give us so much to be grateful for during the holidays and al... Continue reading

[Recipe] Prepare a Holiday Feast For Your Dog | Pupford

November 22nd, 2021

Filed under Pet Parenting

We are all about finding ways to include our dogs in the holiday festivities this year (and every year), and what better way to do that than through food? Because, if your dog is anything like mine, food is his/her love language. So grab a few of the ingredients from your own Thanksgiving meal (be... Continue reading

Prepare Your Dog for Holidays Guests + How to Get Your Dog Involved | Pupford

November 22nd, 2021

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The holidays are meant to be spent with family, friends, and loved ones -- four-legged included! But if this is your dog’s first holiday season in your home, or you have extended family in town (among other things), it may be overwhelming to figure out how your dog will fit into the day. Whether y... Continue reading

Introducing the Dog Training POV Series with Trevor Smith | Pupford

November 23rd, 2021

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Training a dog is hard work! Whether you just adopted a new puppy, a rescue, or senior, or have had a dog for quite some time, our dogs will get into things we don’t want them to, have accidents, regress in training, bark, pull, bite, and so much more! And there are so many questions we see pup pare... Continue reading

Reasons to Get a Dog + Why You Need a Dog in Your Life | Pupford

November 16th, 2021

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With Thanksgiving around the corner, it has us reflecting on what we are thankful for. And one of the things at the top of that list is dogs… clearly. In our 30 Day Perfect Pup Facebook Community [] we asked pup parents why they decided to get... Continue reading

Guide to Dog Food Toppers; What They are, Benefits, How to Use, and More | Pupford

November 12th, 2021

Filed under Health + Wellness

Ever look at your dog’s food and think it looks a little...plain? While many dog foods fit the bill in terms of taste and nutrition, we feel our dogs deserve more. Or maybe we have a dog with a picky palate or specific nutritional needs. That’s where dog food toppers can come in. Before we get s... Continue reading

Trainer and Pup Parent Recommended Products | Pupford

November 10th, 2021

Filed under Pet Parenting

We know that when it comes to raising a happy, healthy, and well-behaved dog, the right tools (like treats and training) make all the difference. That’s why our treats and chews are made of healthy, simple ingredients, why we offer a range of products to help your dog overcome different problem be... Continue reading

The Truth About Your Dog's Training Progress | Pupford

November 9th, 2021

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Dog training isn't always ups and "forward progression"... it actually usually consists of a LOT of setbacks, challenges, and "dips" in behavior. But truthfully, that is to be expected! Remember that not every technique will work for your dog, and that sometimes your dog may just be having an off d... Continue reading