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He may be small, but what the Jack Russell Terrier lacks in size, he more than makes up for in energy.

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Dog owners should consider puppy crate training as a useful addition to basic training and socialization- when done properly, crating has many benefits, both for the dogs and the owners. It may seem cruel to you, but puppy crate training can be the best thing for your new furry addition to the family. Your puppy may not […]

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If your dog or puppy has an appetite for destruction, it’s important to address it sooner rather than later.

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Dogs can feel the effects of Canine Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.

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What do you do when your dog noms on your favorite shoes? Sometimes it takes a pup-tastrophe to inspire couture.

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Trupanion’s report explains how foreign body ingestion in pets is on the rise.

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What do you do when your dog mistakes your laptop for a chew toy?

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Calgon… take me away! Step away from the bottle of wine – take a few tips from a pro on how to train successfully in a multi-dog household. Having more than one dog can be either a blessing or a curse. It’s a blessing in that they wear each other out and take much of […]

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O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree, Matilda will deee-stroy thee! A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about how we were planning to celebrate Matilda’s first Christmas as a family. I really want a Christmas tree, even though I’m not sure it would be such a great idea with a crazy puppy in the house. […]

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Oh, precious items… how I long for thee, and what a horrible end you came to. Christina Peden longingly remembers a few of the items that fell victim to her dog, Matilda’s, gnawing habits – RIP. If you’ve ever owned a dog, you know that some of your personal belongings will eventually be relegated to chew toy […]

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