Adopt Don’t Shop: Preparing for Your New Rescue Dog

Many people see shelter pets as ‘damaged goods’ and think that they aren’t suitable for life with a new family. While some rescue dogs would have had a bad past and others were given up due to bad behavior, every animal that ends up in a shelter deserves a second…

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My Dog Has Fear Aggression

How Do Know If My Dog May Have Fear Aggression? Does Your Dog Bark Viscously At New People and Animals? This can happen at any age, with any dog. They all of sudden become what we think is protective sometimes. Maybe you should consider fear aggression. My dog Rogue was…

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How Bark Collars Are Good For Large Dogs?

Large dogs have a high pitch of their bark; they tend to bark more if they are not properly trained. There are various reasons for barking that may be anxiety, protection or fear. They even bark when they are bored. You may get angry if they bark a lot. Scientists…

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How Crate Training Works

Ever wondered how crate training works? I have and I also wondered if it was cruel or necessary. It is not cruel in any way if you’re doing it right. Some dogs however have that natural instinct to be more comfortable in a “den” situation. There are some rules I…

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Should You Sleep With Your Dog

For many people, the question of sleeping with their dog in their bed is a no-brainer. Others are in the school of thought that they should have their bed or crate separate from their human companions. We have heard from people on both sides of the pillow on this topic…

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Book Your Virtual Veterinarian Appointment now

Book Your Virtual Veterinarian Appointment now through Vetster. This is a great option for most people during the Covid 19 lockdowns. In November, the Toronto-based company announced its official launch as an innovative pet wellness platform virtually. Connecting pet owners to a marketplace of licensed veterinary professionals for video, chat,…

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Free Domestic Violence Resources For You and Your Pet

How to Keep Pets Safe Free Domestic Violence Resources For You and Your Pet – Keeping pets safe can be challenging throughout the process. So many victims in Canada have to leave their pets behind. Not many shelters accept pets. Download the free resource page from OAITH. SHELTERS-and-PET-SERVICES-INFORMATIONDownload Leaving Your…

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4 Things You Should Do After a Dog Bite

Dogs make amazing companions, especially when they've been properly socialized and trained. Despite this, some dogs can still become aggressive, even if their dispositions are normally friendly and outgoing. Dog bite injuries are both stressful and painful, and what you do after you are bitten can affect your long-term health…

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Common Problems With New Dogs

Congratulations on getting a new dog! When you adopt a new dog you may run into some common problems. Sometimes we have little or no background on them. I wanted to put together a post on what to expect when you bring your newly adopted dog home. Some of the…

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Introducing Your Dog And Cat

Here are some tips I can offer on introducing your cat and your dog or visa Versa. I have had many cats and dogs living in the same home and these techniques seemed to work when all else fails. You may find that one day they get along and all…

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