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Relaxation Protocol for Dogs: How to Help a Reactive Dog | Pupford

December 6th, 2023

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Before we dive into the relaxation protocol for dogs, a quick question. Do any of the following remind you of your dog? 👇 * Gets spooked by almost anything * So. Much. Barking * Chases alllllll the animals in the yard * Just can’t seem to chill out If so, you may have a reactive dog [https://... Continue reading

Train Your Dog to Run Next to a Bike, Safely & Effectively | Pupford

October 12th, 2023

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Are you looking for a fun way to bond with your dog and get some exercise at the same time? Running with your dog next to a bike can be a great activity for both of you. However, before you start training your dog to run with a bike, it is important to understand the risks involved and take necessa... Continue reading

Shaping, Luring, & Capturing in Dog Training with Examples | Pupford

September 15th, 2023

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Dogs are considered to be our best friends for a reason. They are loyal, friendly, and protective. However, being a dog parent comes with responsibilities. Training is one of the most important responsibilities a dog parent has. It's important to remember that our furry friends respond best to posi... Continue reading

How to Train a Dog Faster: 5 Daily Hacks for Quicker Learning | Pupford

July 26th, 2023

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Learning ways to train a dog faster is advantageous for you AND your pup! As you improve your skills as the teacher, it will in turn improve your dog’s ability to more quickly understand and generalize new behaviors. In this article, I’m going to break down 5 daily hacks to speed up your dog’s lea... Continue reading

Puppy Fear Periods: When, How Long & 7 Tips for Success | Pupford

October 19th, 2023

Filed under Pet Parenting

One minute your puppy is playful, happy, and outgoing. Seemingly the next, they are scared of new people, hesitant of different environments, and jumpy when they hear sudden noises. Enter the puppy fear period! This can be really startling for a lot of pup parents, and even worry them that they are... Continue reading

How to Use the MudBuster for a Dog's Paws | Pupford

May 16th, 2023

Filed under Pet Parenting

The MudBuster is truly one of the most useful pup products I use on a daily basis! It makes cleaning your dog’s paws super easy [] with minimal cleanup or mess. Plus, it’s a well-made product that has shown little to no wear, even after 2+ years of daily use. So,... Continue reading

Do Dogs Dream? And Fun Facts About Dog Sleep | Pupford

November 28th, 2023

Filed under Pet Parenting

After a long day of playing, sniffing, adventuring, and (hopefully) learning new skills, your dog probably looks a lot like the one in that picture right? And at some point in their well-earned slumber, you’ll likely see them go from complete calmness to twitching, tail wagging, legs pedaling, and ... Continue reading

Dangers Of Spring Cleaning For Your Dog, Plus, Dog-Friendly Cleaning Products | Pupford

November 30th, 2023

Filed under Health + Wellness

Spring cleaning is a common practice for many households as it allows individuals to declutter and organize their homes after the long winter months. However, as much as spring cleaning is essential for humans, it poses several dangers to our furry friends. Unfortunately, dogs can be sensitive to c... Continue reading

How to Clean Dog Paws: After Walks & Before Coming Inside | Pupford

October 19th, 2023

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The most important way I’ve kept my house clean with multiple dogs [] is by cleaning my dog’s paws after each walk. While it may sound like a lot of work, it takes just a couple of minutes and can significantly reduce the amount of dirt, ge... Continue reading

Appeasement Behavior in Dogs + What These Signals Mean | Pupford

October 23rd, 2023

Filed under Pet Parenting

For creatures who don’t speak our language, dogs are really great at communicating with us. The challenge comes in knowing what to look for when our dogs are trying to tell us something – which unfortunately people can get wrong from time to time. We see this a lot when it comes to appeasement beha... Continue reading

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