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INTRODUCING A NEW PUPPY TO THE FAMILY DOG!

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INTRODUCING A NEW PUPPY TO THE FAMILY DOG!

Bringing home a new puppy is a wonderful occasion for the entire family, including your current family dog! Introducing them to each other is a crucial step for your pups to form a lasting bond and learn to co-habitat as family members. A real concern for soon-to-be-second-time pup parents is the off-chance that their pups might not like each other. Luckily, with the help of some pre-planning, useful techniques, and training guidance plus prevention on your part, you can make the meeting process as smooth and enjoyable as possible! So if you’ve decided that today is the day for the...

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Dog Collar Sizing: How to Find the Right Size Collar for Your Dog

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Dog Collar Sizing: How to Find the Right Size Collar for Your Dog
How to determine the correct size of collar for your dog.

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How to Stop a Dog from Stealing your Food.

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How to Stop a Dog from Stealing your Food.
Advice on how to stop your dog from stealing food.

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Tog toys: How to pick the best and safest.

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Tog toys: How to pick the best and safest.
How to pick the best and safest dog toys for your dog.

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How to stop a dog from barking in their crate

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How to stop a dog from barking in their crate

How to stop a dog from barking in their crate By Kathryn Rosenberg published October 20, 2021 Wondering how to stop a dog from barking in their crate? You’ll find all the tips and tricks you need to help your dog stay settled and quiet right here (Image credit: Getty Images) Learning how to stop a dog from barking in their crate is likely high on your agenda if you’re finding your usually restful night’s sleep being interrupted by howling and whining.  Once you’ve figured out how to crate train a dog and mastered that, the next step is to get them to settle...

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