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5 Behaviors That Make Dogs Nervous,
and What to Do Instead

Fortunately, you can learn to “speak dog.” A good starting place is to understand what we do that makes our dogs feel anxious. You’ll communicate the right message by staying clear of these five actions that make dogs nervous. Staring A frightened animal can be...

Keep your dog warm and comfortable in cold weather

RESPECT THE ELEMENTSWhile dogs seem to get a little pep in their step with cooler weather, a good owner will watch his or her pet vigilantly when the temperature dips to heavy sweater weather. In fact, it is recommended that some dogs with shorter coats wear sweaters,...

Labradoodle Grooming & Ears

Labradoodle Socialization is Very Important Labradoodles have “Hybrid Vigor” that means Labradoodles are healthier dogs because they are a combination breed. “Hybrid Vigor” is the result of different dog breed’s genetics lessening the weaknesses of each other when...

Backyard for Dog Lovers

Backyards for dog lovers   With Summer just around the bend most people will be spending a little more time outside enjoying their backyards. Do you love watching your best doggie buddy playing in the yard while you sip a refreshment on the deck? Me too! Stacey...

Clicker Training

Clicker Training Tips from Karen Pryor Clicker training is a terrific, science-based way to communicate with your pet. It’s easier to learn than standard command-based training. You can click train any kind of animal, of any age. Puppies love it. Old dogs learn...

Labradoodle Lore

A Little Labradoodle History Did you know that the term ‘Labradoodle’ first appeared in 1955? It was not commonly known until 1988 when Wally Conran, an Australian breeder, hybridized the Standard Poodle and Labrador Retriever in an effort to produce an allergy...

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