Category: Dog Advice

What to Do If You Find a Tick on Your Dog

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Most dogs love being outdoors. Especially if you have a hunting or pointing dog, they’ll be doing a lot of running and rolling around in grassy fields and wooded areas. Although spending time outside is great for your dog’s overall health and happiness, it does put them at risk for a few extra hazards—and ticks… Read more »

The Ins & Outs of Crate Training Your Dog

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There are a lot of great benefits to crate training your dog. It will help you control them if you’re not around to supervise or if they’re getting too rowdy, as well as provide them with a safe, comfortable space of their own. Crate training can be an extensive process. It’s very important, however, that… Read more »

How to Introduce Your Dog to a New Pup

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Bringing home a new puppy is an exciting time for you and your family! All of that energy and love is contagious for human family members, but keep in mind that resident animals might not be as quick to welcome a new fur sibling. If you already have a dog at home when you get… Read more »

Caring for Your Senior Dog

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When you adopt a dog, you commit yourself to giving them the best life possible from the time they step into your home through the end of their golden years! As a dog ages, their needs are going to change—it’s your job to help them adapt. We know in your eyes they’ll always be your… Read more »

Keep Your Dog Cool This Summer with These 5 Tips

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Having a dog is great in all seasons, but it’s especially fun when summertime comes around! The warm weather gives you and your pup a chance to spend some quality time together playing in the sunshine and lazing around during the longer days. Your dog is sure to enjoy exploring the neighborhood with you in… Read more »

Dog-Walking Etiquette: The Rules of the Sidewalk

For most dogs, going for a walk is the highlight of their day—so many new things to sniff, so much sunshine to enjoy, and a whole crew of exciting new people they might meet! Taking your dog for frequent walks is canine care 101, so it’s important to be familiar with and practice proper dog-walking… Read more »

Help Your Dog Handle Car-Caused Anxiety

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When we think of dogs riding in cars, we often have an image of a dog (especially labs) hanging out the passenger seats, tongue out with their tail wagging, right? However, not all dogs are ready to embrace vehicles and many dogs suffer from car-caused anxiety that can be helped. Many dogs get into the… Read more »

Introduce Your Beloved Newborn to Your Beloved Lab

Introduce Your Newborn to Your Beloved Lab

Our Labradors are treasured family members, and without a doubt, they know it. That means when something (or should we say someone!) new is introduced into the mix, your dog might become confused and stressed. There is nothing like bringing home your much-anticipated newborn but doing so with a Labrador at home requires special preparations…. Read more »

How to Help Your Lab Learn to Greet Guests

Help Train Your Lab to Greet Guests

It isn’t uncommon for dogs to struggle handling visitors that show up at their homes, especially when they are young. Dogs often get entirely too excited, and in some cases, they can even get aggressive if they consider the visitor a “threat. To help ensure that your guests feel welcome, you should take the time… Read more »