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Helping Train a Young Puppy

May 06, 2013

how to get my ex back p>There’s nothing harder for a young puppy to learn (or a kind person to teach) than being alone. Dogs are social animals, just as we are. And when you bring a puppy home you’re not only asking him to do something for which he isn’t really wired, but also to do it for the first time, under the stressful…  

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Pheromones and Crazy Pets: The Lowdown

March 15, 2013

As most of you know, I have a neurotic beauty queen of a Dachshund, Zelda. I adore her, but she’s a loon. I cannot lie. The one thing that has helped her with her hyperactivity and dominance (a very spoiled, beloved 10-pound dog that tries to bite your nose off if you’re not giving her enough attention for two minutes is an issue) are three things…  

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Naughty or Nice? Holiday Safety for Pets

December 11, 2012

UPDATED: Nov 14, 2013 Years ago, the teenage son of a family friend brought home a new puppy. Not just any puppy, but a Great Dane, promptly named Brutus. Brutus quickly grew to be the size of small pony, but he never seemed to outgrow his mischievous nature. One holiday, he availed himself of the Thanksgiving turkey. Another time, he grabbed an entire head of…  

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Fight The Bite!

August 29, 2012

Mopsy was a 4-pound Yorkshire Terrier and one of the sweetest (although not the brightest) dogs I’ve ever known. “Don’t worry, she won’t bite,” said my mother, as the UPS man arrived at our home. And at that very moment, Mopsy latched onto his pant leg. Let’s be clear: any dog can (and will) bite, given the right (or rather, wrong) circumstances. That could be…  

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