Month: November 2019

Although Chihuahua puppies are tiny, their personalities are anything but! These quirky, loyal, always-by-your-side pups are straight-up hams who will capture your heart immediately. Remember, you can find dogs of just about any breed in shelters or rescues, including Chihuahuas. You can also check DogTime’s adoption page that lets you search for adoptable dogs by
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(Picture Credit: DebbiSmirnoff/Getty Images) Can dogs eat celery? You might be asking this question as your dog watches you snack on this tasty treat, or maybe you found your dog accidentally eating some celery off the floor. Humans can eat celery, so is it also safe for dogs to eat? The short answer is yes,
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If you share your home with a pet, chances are you’ve had to deal with a potty accident or two (or two dozen). This includes the occasional crate pee accident. For most dog owners, this is a small price to pay for the unconditional love that dogs bring to our lives. However, if your dog
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(Picture Credit: mark atkinson / Getty Images) Gaining a dog’s trust is one of the most important factors in any relationship between a human and a canine. This is especially so if you’re meeting a rescue dog who might have been mistreated before, or one who hasn’t been correctly socialized. But by using tips like
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Is chewing a destructive behavior? Here’s the simplest answer: Only if your dog is chewing on the wrong thing. So give them something that’s okay to chew. Your dog’s chewing might not just destroy your home and belongings. It could also be dangerous, as many objects present choking hazards, cause gastrointestinal
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(Picture Credit: Amy Sussman/Getty Images) “What if there are no bad dogs?” Dog behavior specialist Matt Beisner, star of Nat Geo WILD’s Dog: Impossible, poses a question he already knows the answer to–there aren’t. “If that’s true, it puts us in a mindset of consideration.” This is the philosophy behind Beisner’s practice, THE ZEN DOG,
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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. It’s the most wonderful time of the year, that magical season where our cats revel in the fact that a tree now stands in the living room and every passerby gets a swipe of the paw from beneath the tree skirt. It’s the perfect place for prepping
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(Picture Credit: Karen Moskowitz/Getty Images) If you feel like you might be the only one who spoils their lovely pup, don’t worry because you certainly aren’t. Virtually everyone who’s a pet parent spoils their dog one way or another. And I’m sure when we hear the word “spoiled,” there’s some negativity attached to it. But
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(Picture Credit: Sigitas Stukas / EyeEm/Getty Images) Salmon is a delicious and healthy fish option for us humans to eat. But is it good for our beloved dogs to eat, as well? The quick answer is yes. Dogs can eat salmon, and it’s usually good for them if served properly. In fact, a lot of
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Animated. Playful. Energetic. A little cuckoo in the best way. These are a few ways that parents of Boxer puppies might describe their pooches. The Boxer is one of the most popular dog breeds in the United States for good reason. Those adorable looks are backed up by big personalities. And remember, you can find just
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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Table of Contents Don’t forget your furry best friend on Christmas morning; treat her to some of these dog stocking stuffers in a stocking all her own! Here are 23 suggestions for dog stocking stuffers sure to get tails a-wagging. The 23 Best Dog Stocking Stuffers for
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Incorporating the fantastic health benefits of pumpkin into your dog’s diet just got a whole lot easier thanks to this definitive list of our favorite pumpkin dog treat recipes. We’ve listed our pumpkin homemade dog treats from easiest (right from the can), to hardest (pumpkin cupcakes with peanut butter and cream cheese frosting). So there’s
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