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Invisible Fence® Compatible If you’re one of the millions of dog fence owners that think you’re trapped with the high cost of maintenance and replacement parts, think again! Save up to 50% on replacement receivers, transmitters, batteries and more with our Pet Stop compatible products. Replacement...

Ice to chew or ice water to lap up is a big No, No! There is no reason for a dog to have ice/ice water.  Normal water at room temperature, or cooling with cold towels on the inner thigh, is the best way to help...

Is crating Fido when I'm home acceptable? Confine your dog to a crate or a kennel when you can't supervise him. Dogs are "den animals." They derive a sense of security and well being when they're confined to a small, enclosed area. Think of a kennel in the same...

Watch out for those Super Bowl treats!! If you're having a Super Bowl party at your house or bringing your pet to one, be sure to monitor the food that they are exposed to. There are many tasty treats that can cause them to be sick....

Professional trainer Pat Miller, weighed in with "Dogs Just Wanna Have Fun," which discussed enjoyable activities you could participate in with your dog, to strengthen your interest in each other and to motivate his continued attention and learning.  It is most important to keep training...

English Cocker Spaniel  The temperament of an English Cocker Spaniel is very active, playful and intelligent and can be rather wilful at times.  Its enthusiastic nature is demonstrated by its tail, which wags furiously most of the time, especially when the dog is on the move, or working...

Here are some fun facts; Dogs have three eyelids. The third lid, called a nictitating membrane or “haw,” keeps the eye lubricated and protected, and a dog’s shoulder blades are unattached to the rest of the skeleton to allow greater flexibility for running.e...

Repeat your command several times. Gradually make it more challenging by adding, one at a time, the three D's: duration, distance, and distraction. First, duration: each time your pooch lies down on command, on the next try add one second to the delay between when he...

  The temperament of a German Shepherd is extremely intelligent and generally dependable. Given correct and early training, it can make an obedient and loyal companion for all the family....

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