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Counter Surfing Dogs: The Unfortunate Reality | Pupford

April 19th, 2022

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A counter surfing dog can be extremely frustrating and dangerous. And while there are some things you can do to reduce counter surfing, we have to talk about the unfortunate reality of this behavior. Prevention is the #1 way to stop counter surfing. But more on that later! Plus, we will break down... Continue reading

Dog Allergies: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments | Pupford

July 21st, 2022

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Ahh spring, the time of year when just the sight of a blooming flower can trigger seasonal allergies in some of us. Some people swear they also see their dogs showing signs of seasonal allergies too, as well as other allergies throughout the year. So what’s the deal? Can dogs get allergies? Can ... Continue reading

Taking Dogs on Vacation: 5 Must-Pack Items & Travel Tips | Pupford

July 5th, 2022

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Taking dogs on vacation can typically go one of two ways. Outcome #1: Enjoyable for everyone (dog included), fun, and relaxing Outcome #2: Stressful for everyone (dog included), unpleasant, and miserable While you can of course get bits and pieces of both outcomes, this article will help make you... Continue reading

How to Socialize an Adult Dog | Pupford

April 4th, 2022

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If you’ve seen any of our other posts or videos about socializing dogs, you’ve probably heard us say that it’s best to socialize your dog as young as possible, with the most important window of socialization being from 16 to 24 weeks of age [https://pupford.com/how-to-socialize-puppy/].  Does that ... Continue reading

Regret Getting a Puppy? Do These 5 Things Today | Pupford

April 5th, 2022

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Do you regret getting a puppy? Let me tell you first, you are NOT alone! Raising a puppy (or any age dog) is challenging, sometimes frustrating, and can put a toll on your mental health. When you start to have feelings of puppy regret, it’s important to take steps to better understand that feeling... Continue reading

15 Strange Things Dogs Do and What They Mean | Pupford

March 28th, 2022

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We love our dogs for so many reasons. One of them being how wonderfully weird they are. Sometimes we even swear they’re doing things just to make us laugh. Is that really the case? While only your dog really knows whether they intend to make you shake your head in amusement at them, there are expl... Continue reading

How to Break Up a Dog Fight: 3 Safe & Effective Ways | Pupford

March 29th, 2022

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Learning how to break up a dog fight is unfortunately a necessary skill for every pup parent. While I hope you don’t actually have to use this information, you likely will. In this episode, we’ll break down the ins and outs of dog fights. And while the information can feel startling and somewhat sc... Continue reading

Why is My Dog’s Stomach Making Sounds? | Pupford

March 23rd, 2022

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If you’ve ever had your stomach rumble with hunger in the middle of a silent room or during a serious conversation, you know how much it can catch you off guard. But it seems to be even more jarring when it comes from our dogs – how can such a little tummy make such a big noise?! We get asked a lo... Continue reading

The ONLY Time You Shouldn’t Train Your Puppy | Pupford

March 22nd, 2022

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There is only one time when you shouldn’t be training your puppy… When he or she is asleep! 💤 And while that may seem far-fetched or unrealistic, let me explain why this mindset will vastly improve your puppy’s behavior! Let’s get to it ⬇️ LISTEN TO EPISODE Want to hear more podcasts like thi... Continue reading

How to Get My Dog to Stop Chasing Squirrels | Pupford

June 14th, 2022

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One minute, your dog is minding their own business and feeling perfectly content and the next, they’re bolting across the yard like a rocket. Or, they’re walking by your side on their leash, and the next, they’re pulling you with all their might in the opposite direction. For tons of pup parents o... Continue reading