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health/safety

What to Expect at 8-12 Weeks of Age

Congratulations! Between 8-12 weeks, your puppy has arrived home and the intense bonding process between puppy and family has already begun.

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grooming

More Than a Hair Cut, Grooming is Health Necessity

Many dog owners consider grooming their pooch a luxury or vanity service, rather than a health need. Yet, this notion couldn’t be further from the truth.

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grooming

Finding Puppy’s Groomer: Consider These Factors

Something as superficial as your dog’s hairstyle may seem silly and unimportant, but on the contrary, choosing a professional groomer should be prioritized.

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training

Puppy’s First Night Home: Tips for a Better Bedtime

Your puppy is officially home! It’s an exciting day full of cuddles, playtime and adorable photo opportunities. And now…it’s time to go to bed.

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training

Key House Training Principles to Implement Day One

Simply thinking about house training your puppy could have you feeling overwhelmed and anxious. Take a deep breath and don’t fear! As long as you stay committed and consistent in whichever method you choose, the process doesn’t have to be difficult.

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health/safety

Puppy Proofing Your Home Checklist

As you prepare to welcome a new puppy to your family, you might think your first priority is purchasing the necessities such as a bed, crate, food, bowls and toys. But, beyond the “stuff,” it’s important to “puppy proof” your home before puppy arrives…

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health/safety

First Vet Check: Top Questions to Ask

Now that you’re a new parent of a bundle of furry joy, it’s your responsibility to take care of your pup’s health needs. It’s crucial to do your research when choosing your veterinarian.

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Feel Good

Naming a Pup More Difficult Than You May Think

Choosing a moniker for your new pup can be one of the most fun and enjoyable parts of welcoming him into the family. But, before you sign that “birth certificate,” there are a few considerations you should take into account.

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health/safety

Where's Fido? Prevent Your Pup Going Missing

A missing pup can wreak havoc on a family – the feelings of worry, guilt and panic all rolled into one. Not to mention that a lost pup is at risk for injury, sickness or worse, death. To prevent your dog from getting lost, take all necessary measures to protect his safety.

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Feel Good

Like Dog, Like Owner: What Your Dog’s Breed Says About You

It is said that you can tell a lot about a person based on the company he keeps, but, bet you didn’t know this adage also rings true for dog breeds. It makes sense for pup parents to gravitate towards dogs that have similar temperaments as they do.

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playtime

10 Weird, Yet Common Dog Behaviors Explained

While you likely think your pup is the sweetest, most adorable furry creature in the land, you also have probably raised your brow regularly at or worried about some of his strange, funny behaviors.

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grooming

DIY Grooming in Five Easy Steps

If you’re on a budget and looking to save on what can be costly professional grooming appointments (especially if your breed requires a cut every 4-6 weeks or if you have multiple pets), DIY grooming may be right for you.

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