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Mary Simpson

Sharing space with three seriously judgy Schnoodles and a feline who prefers to be left alone. #LivingMyBestLife
How To Train a Search and Rescue Dog

How to Train Your Dog to Leave the Cat Alone

Your dog just won't give your cat a moment of peace. Here's how to train your dog to leave your cat alone.

How to Train a Deaf Dog

How to Train a Blind Dog

How To Train a Dog With High Prey Drive

When You Should Start Training Your Rescue Dog

Congrats on your new family member! Once your rescue dog is settled in, how soon can you start training him?

How Long Should It Take to Train Your Dog the 5 Basic Commands?

Does your dog know the five basic commands? We're going to go over how long it should take to train your dog.

Nail Clipping Versus Grinding – Which is Best and How Do You Choose?

If you’re like many pet owners, you probably assume that regular daily walks are sufficient to help wear your pet’s nails down to a naturally ideal length. But you’d be wrong. While walking on hard surfaces does help, it’s not enough to maintain a healthy length.

Top 10 Exotic Looking Cat Breeds

If you think that your cat's haughty manner, bursts of energy and total disdain for coddling reflect an inner jungle cat, you might be surprised to learn that the breeds closest to a wildcat are, in fact, loving, responsive, and even trainable. In other words, your kit-kat’s cranky disposition and desire to draw blood have less to do with genetics and more to do with a grumpy personality.

How Much Water Should My Pet Be Drinking Throughout the Day?

No matter what time of the year it is, your pet needs to drink a certain amount of water per day in order to say healthy.

5 Easy Tips to Discourage Cats From Jumping on Counters

I’ve had it pretty lucky for the past several years in that my cats haven’t been prone to jumping up on my kitchen counters. They’re quick to climb up onto furniture, scale the dining room table and claim a comfy pillow at the head of my bed. But kitchen counters have never been their thing.

Top 10 Best Breeds to Take RV’ing

Let’s be honest, almost every dog worth his rawhide loves a good old windows-open car ride with ears flapping in the breeze. And it’s fair to say that an equal number are also cool with settling in beside a roaring campfire or curling up for the night in a cozy tent with his best buddy (that’s you by the way) beside him.