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25 Sweet & Heartwarming Dog Quotes

Heartwaming Dog Quotes

Last updated on April 29, 2018 By Jen Gabbard 5 Comments Our dogs enrich our lives in so many ways. They cheer us up when we’re feeling down, they’re loyal companions, and they’re always happy to see us when we come home. These quotes are a great reminder of how much love and joy our dogs bring to our lives. Here’s 25 sweet & heartwarming dog quotes. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. 25 Sweet & Heartwarming Dog Quotes “Money can buy you […]

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Todd went from a filthy hoarding situation to a friendly foster home. Now this little cuddler is looking for something more permanent.

Todd went from a filthy hoarding situation to a friendly foster home. Now this little cuddler is looking for something more permanent.

Todd wasn’t shown much love early on, but he’s turned into quite a cuddler since coming into rescue! ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————– Todd, 8, came to the Leon County Humane Society in Tallahassee, FL, along with seven other dogs from a multi-agency rescue. The dogs had been in a hoarding situation, with dozens of them living in filth. It was horrid. Deceased dogs were discovered in the home, as well. Sadly, this situation had gone on undetected for years and many of the dogs had experienced little to no positive […]

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How To Stop Your Dog From Barking At The Neighbor’s Dog

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“Fence fighting” is a difficult behavior to change! Why? Because it is FUN for all of the dogs involved to bark at each other at the fence. Running back and forth, barking, spitting, snarling and working yourself up is serious fun for the dogs! So, breaking this habit and stopping your dog from barking is either going to cost you some money, some time, or both! The Easy But Expensive Option Often fixing the fence, or adding a new fence, will inhibit this behavior. Many times, dogs […]

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How To Clean Dog Nose Prints & Drool Off Your Windows

How to Clean Dog Nose Prints Off Your Window

Last updated on May 4, 2018 By Jen Gabbard Leave a Comment If your dog spends time looking out the window there’s a pretty good chance that they’re leaving a lot of doggy nose prints & drool behind. Luckily there are a few methods that make cleaning them up pretty easy. Here’s how to clean dog nose prints & drool off your windows. Clean Your Windows Once a Week Cleaning windows is never fun, but cleaning a window that hasn’t been cleaned in over a month is […]

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Squish’s crooked smile is a symbol of perseverance and love. Also, it’s pretty adorable.

Squish’s crooked smile is a symbol of perseverance and love. Also, it’s pretty adorable.

——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————– Squish was brutally abused at four months old. His injuries were grave and he was scheduled to be euthanized, but then one of his doctors stepped in and adopted him. After several necessary surgeries, Squish is chasing balls and bubbles and having a beautiful life. He looks a little different than other dogs, but it’s just one of the things that makes him special. Follow him on Instagram here and/or Facebook, here! Squish is now charming the world with his crooked smile. Source link

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How to Treat Dog Wounds

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Features June 2018 Issue How to determine if your dog’s wound warrants veterinary attention, and how to treat it if home care is appropriate. By Catherine Ashe, DVM Dogs are naturally curious, physical, and exuberant, and while we love this about them, these characteristics can also lead to unintentional injuries. These can run the gamut from very minor to severe and life-threatening. How do you know the difference? When is it time to consult a veterinarian and when can you manage a wound at home? Here are […]

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The Top 5 Things Your Puppy Wishes You Wouldn’t Do

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There are a few things that pretty much everyone does, but your puppy kind of wishes that you wouldn’t. The truth is, these things that you do make it more difficult for him to learn and grow up to be a good canine citizen. #1.  Expect Him to Grow Up Overnight I just got done answering an email from a client who was complaining that her 8-week old puppy was still having accidents in front of her. Ironically, she then threatened to just leave the puppy in […]

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500 Geography Inspired Dog Names

500 Geography Inspired Dog Names

Last updated on May 11, 2018 By Jen Gabbard 1 Comment I don’t know about you, but I struggle when it comes to picking out names. One method I’ve found that helps is coming up with a theme to help narrow it down, and today I decided to use geography as my inspiration. If you’re looking for a geography themed name for your new dog you’ve come to the right place. To help you out on your dog naming journey I’ve put together a list of 500 […]

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