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Don’t Call Your Dog! Why You Should Never Call a Stray or Loose Dog

Category: Dog Life
I know—if your dog has escaped and is running loose or if you encounter a stray, it sounds crazy-stupid when I say, “don’t call the dog.” You’re probably thinking, “but he always comes to me when I call him” or “how will I get the dog to come to me then?” The answer is by calming him and attracting him to come to you, and I will explain how to do so. But first let me explain why calling a dog can cause him to run from you (and when a dog runs, pretty much everyone chases after the dog, which is the worst thing you can do!). more
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Pet Costumes

Category: Dog Life
If you’re like many pet owners, finding the perfect Halloween costume for your pet is almost more exciting than finding your own. Seeing your dachshund dressed as a hot dog or your kitten prancing around in a super-man cape can add even more fun to the holiday. Just keep in mind that while a costume can be cute and funny to you, your pet may not agree. more
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Go Glamping With Your Dogs!

Category: Dog Life
Imagine a site where every single gorgeous vacation property listed will welcome your dog. Well, the dream is now a reality! Launched in 2016, Glamping With Pets' singular focus is providing a user-friendly website for pet owners, allowing you to scroll through stunning vacation options across the globe knowing that every one is pet-friendly. more
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Blind Dog Knows Where To Go Thanks To His Best Friend

Category: Inspire
You’re no doubt familiar with guide dogs for visually impaired people, but have you ever met a guide dog for a visually impaired dog? Well you’re about to! Meet Zen and Hoshi, a fluffy duo who are totally inseparable—and impossibly cute. more
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Preparing Your Dog for a Baby's Arrival: How to Introduce Your Dog to a New Baby

Category: Dog Training
During a routine email exchange with my mom last month, six weeks before the due date of my first baby, the wise words of my dog training mentor rang loud and clear for the first time. Ian Dunbar had warned me: “Family and friends rarely see you as a real expert in your field when it comes to their personal lives—so don’t expect them to, and try not to take it personally.” more

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