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Do Dogs Sweat? How Do They Regulate Body Temperature | Pupford

December 29th, 2023

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Many pup parents wonder if dogs sweat! Keeping your dog cool and comfortable during hot weather [https://pupford.com/how-to-keep-dogs-cool/] is crucial for responsible pet parents. Understanding how dogs regulate their body temperature and sweat is key to providing the best care and keeping them saf... Continue reading

7 Ways to Tell Your Dog Isn’t Getting Enough Exercise | Pupford

February 20th, 2024

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It’s a universal truth among all dogs that exercise is a key component to maintaining good health. But what’s not universal, however, is how much exercise each dog needs to achieve that. That (paired with other lifestyle factors that can limit opportunities for exercise) leads to a lot of dogs not ... Continue reading

Dry Shampoo for Dogs: Benefits, How to Use & More | Pupford

October 19th, 2023

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As devoted dog parents, we always want what's best for our furry companions. Keeping our dogs clean and well-groomed [https://pupford.com/product/at-home-grooming-course/] is not only essential for their health but also for their happiness. However, traditional baths can sometimes be a challenging t... Continue reading

10 Things to Stop Doing to Improve Relationship with Your Dog | Pupford

January 30th, 2024

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What are your goals when it comes to your relationship with your dog? It’s a pretty safe bet that they include having a great relationship – after all, you found your way to a website that’s dedicated to having a happy, healthy pup. But we are humans after all, and sometimes even with the best of ... Continue reading

Dog PTSD Guide: Symptoms, Treatment & Why It Happens | Pupford

April 19th, 2024

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In our journey as dog lovers, it's essential to recognize that our four-legged companions can also experience emotional challenges, just like humans. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) [https://www.psychiatry.org/patients-families/ptsd/what-is-ptsd] isn't limited to people; it can affect dogs to... Continue reading

Why Foxtails are Dangerous to Dogs: A Comprehensive Guide for Dog Parents | Pupford

October 23rd, 2023

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Safeguarding our furry companions from hidden perils in our surroundings is a top priority for us devoted dog parents. Amidst the numerous hazards, one particular menace demands our immediate attention: foxtails. These tiny, yet treacherous, grass seed awns have the power to cause significant harm ... Continue reading

Ways to Help Your Dog Have a Positive Association with the Car | Pupford

August 31st, 2023

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When we talk to members of our community, it seems like dogs fall into three main camps when it comes to car rides: 1. BEST DAY EVER!!!!!! 2. THIS IS THE WORST!!!!!!!! 3. And the rare, but possible, ~completely unaffected~ If you’re in boats one or three, car rides probably aren’t a source of s... Continue reading

Teach Your Dog the "Hear That" Dog Noise Sensitivity Method | Pupford

December 29th, 2023

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Many dogs exhibit fear or anxiety when exposed to loud or sudden noises. This noise sensitivity or phobia in dogs [https://pupford.com/noise-phobias-in-dogs/] can lead to distressing behaviors such as trembling, hiding, or even destructive actions. However, there is a method called the "Hear That" ... Continue reading

Why Do My Dog's Paws Smell Like Corn Chips? | Pupford

December 27th, 2023

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Have you ever found yourself lounging with your beloved canine companion, only to catch a whiff of a peculiar smell coming from their paws? Some pet parents describe it as a yeasty, slightly sweet aroma, while others associate it with the smell of a popular snack - corn chips. This phenomenon, oft... Continue reading

Why is My Dog Scared of Other Dogs? Common Reasons & Tips | Pupford

December 26th, 2023

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While no dog – or person for that matter – is completely immune from fear, there are some who are more susceptible than others. That can be really challenging for dogs whose fear triggers are extremely common, like other dogs. It’s difficult to watch our dogs struggle with fear of other dogs. Espe... Continue reading

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