Author: Lindsay Blalock

House Training Tips

There’s nothing quite like bringing home a new dog to be a part of your family.  Whether it is a new puppy or an older rescue dog, having a new canine to love is awesome. What is not awesome, however, is cleaning up accidents off your carpets and rugs. Luckily, with patience, persistence, and consistency house training can help nip those accidents in the bud within a few weeks. Create a Routine First thing you want to do is establish a set routine.  Consistency is key with house training so stick to your schedule as much as possible. This...

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5 Unique Valentine’s Day Gifts for Pet Lovers

There’s no better way to celebrate the one you love on Valentine’s day than by giving them a something that honors one of their passions.  That’s why if you have a pet lover in your life, picking out a Valentine’s day gifts for them should be a snap.  We’ve come up with a few really unique gifts that your pet lover Valentine is sure to love.   “Where’s Dexter?” Custom Pendant This customizable pendant is too sweet.  It comes in 18 different silhouette colors and variable chain lengths.  All you have to do is send a picture of your pet...

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How to Safely Trim Your Dog’s Nails

Trimming your dog’s nails can be an unnerving tasks.  Most pet parents are afraid of nicking their soft spot called the quick.  This is the pink area within the nail where the nerves and blood vessels are, much like underneath our own nails.  However, it doesn’t have to be such a frightening experience. With a little practice and a steady hand trimming your dog’s nails will be a snap. Bring on the Treats Make sure you have a lot of treats handy.  By making it a positive experience, it will be easier for the both of you.  Also, if they seem extra...

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How to Help Your Dog Beat Boredom

It’s hard leaving for a long day at work knowing that your dog will be home alone until you get back hours later.  Luckily, there are some awesome ways to help them beat boredom while you’re away. Fun with Food A great way to get your dog moving while you’re away is to have a little fun with their food.  You can scatter treats around the house, then they can play a fun game of hide and sneak with their noses leading the way.  If having food out around your house makes you feel a little uncomfortable opt for...

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