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21 Common Dog Training Mistakes and How to Fix Them [updated for 2020] | Pupford

December 15th, 2020

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Listen to This Article Using the Player Above Training your dog isn’t easy, but understanding just a few common dog training mistakes can make your life 100x easier as you work towards a well-behaved pup. This list of HUMAN MADE mistakes (and how to fix them!) will help you train your dog like a p... Continue reading

11 Simple Ways to Clean Dog Teeth Without Brushing [2020 Update] | Pupford

November 30th, 2020

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Today, I'm gonna show you 11 simple ways to clean dog teeth without brushing. In fact, these tactics have helped clean up my 13-year-old Puggle's teeth (who previously had almost no dental hygiene for the first 10 years of his life). Once I got him on this regiment, his teeth have become noticeably... Continue reading

Flirt Pole Guide | Pupford

February 19th, 2021

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The pup parents in our community are always asking us about the best toys and training tools they can get for their dogs. Guess what, flirt poles are one of the best options out there! Lately, we’ve been getting a lot of questions about flirt poles as they become more and more popular. So we decide... Continue reading

Daily Tips for a Healthier Dog | Pupford

February 26th, 2021

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Taking care of a dog requires a lot of commitment (VERY worthwhile commitment, to be clear!). There are some parts to our doggo’s health that often go overlooked. In this guide, we’ll be covering the less talked about, but equally important, aspects of your dog’s daily health. The following post wi... Continue reading

How to Train Your Dog to Come When Called – Every Time | Pupford

January 29th, 2021

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Some people we talk to swear their dogs have selective hearing. They're constantly wondering how to train a dog to come when called. Either their dog responds consistently to “food” but not to “come,” or they only listen to the “come” cue some of the time. Does this sound like your dog? If so, you... Continue reading

Dog DNA Tests Guide [updated for 2020] | Pupford

December 29th, 2020

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Dog DNA tests have risen in popularity dramatically in the past couple of years. Here's why 👇 Some of the best boys and girls we know are mixed breeds. Sometimes you have a good idea what breeds your dog is but just want to be sure. But sometimes, like in the case of rescues, we aren’t sure (but... Continue reading

21 Puppy Proofing Tips for Your Home, Yard and Car | Pupford

December 1st, 2020

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So you just became a puppy parent, yay! Now (or hopefully before you actually got your puppy)... you need to puppy proof everything! Bringing home your new pooch is full of excitement, for both you and the puppy. With that excitement comes wanting to explore their new home, learning the smells, th... Continue reading

Dog First Aid: Basic Skills, Treatment, and First Aid Kits | Pupford

December 29th, 2020

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***Disclaimer: If you believe your pup is having an emergency, stop reading and call your vet NOW. This article does not replace taking your dog to the vet and/or enrolling in a certified dog first aid class.*** As a pup parent, you are probably all too aware that accidents do happen. That’s why le... Continue reading

Puppy Teething Guide | Pupford

January 27th, 2021

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Something we’ve gotten a ton of questions about lately is puppy teething -- the nipping, biting, chewing, and everything else that goes into it. So we thought we’d put together a guide to help puppy parents navigate this phase. Here are some things we’ll cover in this guide: * When do puppies usu... Continue reading

Dogs and Fireworks: Training, Safety & Products | Pupford

January 25th, 2021

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The 4th of July and fireworks... can you name a more iconic duo (besides dogs and humans, of course)? While we might enjoy watching the night sky light up above our BBQs and pool parties, dogs and fireworks don’t quite have the same relationship. Unfortunately, we see an increase in missing dogs of... Continue reading