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10 Tips for House Training A Puppy

10 Tips for House Training A Puppy

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Puppies are cute and lovable, but they come with a lot of work. You have to train them not to pee and poop inside, which can be a big challenge. When you're house-training a puppy, there are a few things you can do to make the process easier. Set up a schedule. Puppies need to go to the bathroom regularly, so it's important to set up a schedule and stick to it. Take your puppy out first thing in the morning, after naps, and before bed. Choose the right spot. When you're house-training a puppy, it's important to choose a spot outside where you want your dog to go to the bathroom in. Once you've found a good spot, take your dog there every time he needs to go. Be consistent. Consistency is key when house-training a puppy. If you're not consistent, your dog will get confused a...
Pet Onboard: Outdoor Activities You and Your Furry Pal Can Enjoy

Pet Onboard: Outdoor Activities You and Your Furry Pal Can Enjoy

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Dogs are naturally curious and adventurous creatures. They are always on the go regardless of the day, weather, and obstacles that come their way. In turn, this encourages their owners to live an active and healthy life crucial for a better quality of life. It is no surprise why most people prefer them as their pet companions, especially during the onset of the nationwide lockdown. For one, they have brought us comfort and have helped combat mental health issues that the COVID-19 pandemic has heightened. Therefore, with the lifting of travel bans and eased health protocol restrictions locally and internationally, pets and their owners can extend their quality time together outside their usual zones. Consider Your Pet First and foremost, you must keep your pet’s behavior in min...
Why Your Dog Plays Rough and How to Deal with It

Why Your Dog Plays Rough and How to Deal with It

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Within two to three months, puppies’ teeth are still developing, so to explore the world and play, they bite. This is also called mouthing. Intentions of being violent may be rare, but sometimes, they can dig in their 28 teeth like needles.  Some owners tolerate this rough playing behavior, especially when their dogs just bite mildly. But there are other puppies, depending on the breed, that can really hurt. In this case, it’s understandable for owners to strive to put a stop to their puppies’ harmful play behavior.  Why Do Puppies Play Roughly? Playing roughly or what is called roughhousing has always been a huge part of being a dog. They bite, nip, swipe, jump, or bark, which may be done in a friendly manner but can easily go overboard. It's their way to interact with people...