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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With the attitude of a giant breed dog, the Shorkie has no clue that he is a small guy.

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Cute and cuddly, the Maltipoo is an affectionate hybrid breed dog (purebred Poodle and Maltese mix).

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The Northern Inuit Dog has a very friendly demeanor and they are unlikely to show aggression.

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Puggles are playful and energetic little dogs.

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The oldest of the designer dogs, the Cockapoo is a sweet and loving companion.

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The Morkie is a cross of a Maltese and a Yorkshire Terrier.

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When my private training clients are faced with their dog’s behavior issue, I generally recommend we do “doggie therapy.” But when does a dog need “therapy,” as opposed to regular manners training? Do versus Feel Typical dog training is intended to teach your dog good manners: staying on his dog bed while you eat dinner, […]

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Scientists believe that dog owners who are stressed tend to believe their dogs are not as well-behaved as they’d hope.

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

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