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How Big Will My Puppy Get? Can You Determine By Paw Size? | Pupford

August 21st, 2023

Filed under Pet Parenting

Introducing a new puppy into your home is always an exciting experience! Who doesn't love puppies and their cute, playful attitude? Have you ever wondered how big your puppy will get when they are fully grown? Some people prefer to wait and see, while others like to plan ahead. It may not matter a... Continue reading

Is Raw Food Safe for Dogs? | Pupford

April 20th, 2023

Filed under Health + Wellness

Kibble, fresh food, raw food, oh my! When it comes to feeding our dogs, there are so many options! You want to feed your dog the best possible diet to optimize their health, which raises a lot of questions. Recently we’ve been getting the most questions about raw food diets. There’s a lot of chatt... Continue reading

Dog Scooting Their Butt? Here's Why + What to Do If Dog Scoots | Pupford

August 25th, 2023

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All dogs have butts. And similarly, at one point or another, you'll see your dog scooting their butt across the floor, grass, or even sidewalk (yep, it happens). While this behavior can be a bit embarrassing if guests are over, it’s something you should try to diagnose and resolve sooner rather tha... Continue reading

Why Does My Dog Smell Like Fish? 4 Likely Reasons | Pupford

August 10th, 2023

Filed under Health + Wellness

Have you ever noticed that sometimes your dog smells like fish? And sometimes even your pup's breath can have a fishy odor... While it may be alarming, there are several potential causes for this smell. It's a common concern among pet parents, but with the right information, you can take steps to ... Continue reading

Dangerous Toys and Chews for Puppies | Pupford

August 14th, 2023

Filed under Pet Parenting

Puppies are curious and tend to explore their surroundings with their mouths. This can lead to all kinds of dangers including chewing on and playing with a variety of objects that could be harmful to an unknowing pup. Not all toys and chews are safe. Some can pose a choking hazard, while others may... Continue reading

How Much Time Should I Spend With My Puppy + How Much Playtime Is Needed? | Pupford

July 21st, 2023

Filed under Pet Parenting

New year, new puppy? We love to see families starting out 2023 by adding a fur baby to their home. We just can’t get enough of those super cute, super fun, sometimes crazy little pups. Most people feel the same and probably wish they could spend every single moment soaking in all that new pup good... Continue reading

Puppy Vitamins: A Guide to the Best Puppy Supplements | Pupford

April 5th, 2023

Filed under Health + Wellness

If you’re reading this article we know that your pup means the world to you and you’re searching for the best ways to make sure they grow up healthy with puppy vitamins. Under the right circumstances, supplements and vitamins may be able to play a helpful role by enriching your pup’s dietary routine... Continue reading

Xylitol & Dogs: Poisoning, Symptoms, Common Foods with Xylitol | Pupford

June 16th, 2023

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While many people know that grapes and chocolate are dangerous for dogs, did you know xylitol is poisonous for dogs too?! The artificial sweetener xylitol can cause major health problems, including death if ingested by a dog. So, in this article, we’re gonna dive into all things xylitol and pups s... Continue reading

Why Does My Dog Steal My Socks & Shoes? + Why Dogs Like Socks | Pupford

April 28th, 2023

Filed under Pet Parenting

One of my favorite questions I see online is 'why does my dog steal my socks'. 🤪 If you often find yourself pacing around your house looking for the other sock or shoe that you swore you just saw, this post is for you. If you’ve ever chased your dog around with your shoe or slipper in their mouth... Continue reading

Dog Growling Guide: Snarling, Growling During Play & More | Pupford

July 25th, 2023

Filed under Pet Parenting

Dog growling is one of the many ways our pups communicate, and it's important for humans who interact with dogs to understand what it means and the proper way to react. Growling is a vocal expression of a dog's discomfort, which generally follows visual cues. Growling gets a bad reputation because ... Continue reading

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