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  • The Best Valentine’s Day Gift for Your Pet

    Thursday, February 8, 2018 10:18:33 AM America/Los_Angeles

    Valentine’s Day is around the corner! It is a wonderful opportunity for you to show your dog what it means to you. There are so many things that you can do to let your pet know how much you love it. If you are wondering what gift you want to get your pet this Valentine’s Day, then we have the right gift for you, the DoggieLawn. It is a blessing especially for those dogs living in apartments, although it can be used in all types of houses and is also environmentally friendly. Your dog can now answer to its nature’s calls without having to depend on you to take it out. Say goodbye to waking you up in the middle of the night to take your dog potty.This is actually a wonderful Valentine’s Day gift for both your pet as well as you!Read More
    Posted in Dog Holidays by Michele Riley
  • 5 Most Popular Dog Puzzles

    Monday, February 5, 2018 2:07:16 PM America/Los_Angeles

    Dog puzzles aid in testing and improving mental capabilities of smart dogs. They stimulate your pet's intellect and instill a problem-solving instinct in their routine. Dog games range from hide-and-seek to playing with objects such as turning discs, lifting blocks and sliding bricks. They nurture a dog's innate passion for playing.Read More
    Posted in DoggieLawn Explores by Michele Riley
  • Bringing Your Dog on a Ski Trip

    Thursday, January 18, 2018 2:26:24 PM America/Los_Angeles

    Bringing your dog with you for your next ski trip doesn’t have to be a nightmare. With proper planning, you’ll be able to make your next trip enjoyable for both you and your furry friend.Read More
    Posted in DoggieLawn Explores by Michele Riley
  • How To Clean Your Dog's Ears

    Wednesday, January 10, 2018 12:10:08 PM America/Los_Angeles

    Each time you devote to grooming your dog do not forget about their ears. That canal has potential to be home to parasites, fleas, dirt and more. No matter how much your dog fusses, clean ears make for a healthier more comfortable dog. This is one of the major things pet parents do to show their love for their animal. If you do not take the time to keep your pet’s ear canal healthy, your pet could suffer major problems down the road. Dog ear cleaning does not have to be an unbearable chore, instead make it a time when you show heaps of love and affection for your animal child and he or she might just grow to enjoy this time spent with its’ human mother. Read on to discover how to safely keep your dog ear’s clean at home between vet visits.Read More
    Posted in Dog Care Tips by Michele Riley
  • The Best Dog Breeds For Children

    Tuesday, January 2, 2018 4:57:57 PM America/Los_Angeles

    Choosing a dog to be a part of a family with children can be an exciting yet overwhelming decision. Dogs can provide unconditional love for children and teach them responsibility as well. When deciding on the right dog breed it is important to consider the family’s lifestyle and the age of the children. Lifestyle considerations include where you live and the overall activity level of the family. Apartments are not usually suitable for large breed dogs or breeds requiring a lot of exercise. A family who enjoys hiking probably does not want a breed known for its low need for activity. Families with toddlers need to take into account whether the breed they are considering interacts well with small children because not all dog breeds are suitable.Read More
    Posted in Breeds of Dogs by Michele Riley
  • Why Does My Dog Sleep So Much?

    Wednesday, December 13, 2017 4:00:04 PM America/Los_Angeles

    When your dog sleeps a lot, you might start to worry, especially when naps start to involve use of potty pads or pee pads. There are a lot of different reasons why dogs might sleep a lot, and not all of them are reasons to worry. Younger dogs, much like human toddlers, can spend a lot of energy in play and learning. They require a lot of sleep to provide them with rest and physical growth. On the opposite end of the spectrum, older dogs will require longer bouts of sleep as their bodies start to slow down from old age. Working dogs such as sheep dogs, police dogs, and sledding dogs have to remain physically and mentally alert. To be able to retain such high amounts of energy and focus, they need lots of down time for peak performance on the job. Larger dogs tend to need more sleep than smaller dogs. There are a lot of natural reasons why a dog might need a lot of sleep.Read More
    Posted in Dog Care Tips by Michele Riley
  • Choosing the Best Harness for Your Dog

    Friday, December 8, 2017 4:05:59 PM America/Los_Angeles

    There are many reasons why you may decide to move from collar to harness. It could be for comfort, medical issues, behavior problems, sports, cold weather or potty training. There are many reasons to make you choose a harness for your dog over collar. It is mostly recommendable for those dogs that guide the blind people or for physical support. Also, you need it for your puppy in an event where you get time and decide to take it for a housebreaking after a long time spent indoors. Regardless of the reason, there are numerous options available and selecting the right harness for your dog can be tough and confusing. Below are useful tips to help you choose the best harnesses.Read More
    Posted in Traveling With Your Dog by Michele Riley
  • How to get your dog to play well with others

    Tuesday, November 21, 2017 1:10:31 PM America/Los_Angeles

    Dog socialization skills can be compared to potty training. Evidently, a dog has its animal instincts which makes it get aggressive to other dogs. Fortunately, a dog can be trained to get along with others hence enhancing a peaceful coexistence. Notably, there are different ways to which you can improve the socialization skills of your dog to reduce its aggressive nature. It is important to note that playful aggression is still considered to be aggression.Read More
    Posted in Dog Care Tips by Michele Riley
  • How to Stop Dog Aggression

    Friday, November 17, 2017 10:21:35 AM America/Los_Angeles

    Aggression is the most common dog behavior. In the wild, dogs use aggressiveness to defend themselves, hunt for food, and guard their territory. However, aggression in domesticated dogs can be potentially destructive and dangerous since it might be directed towards other pets and people. The behavior can occur in any age, breed, and gender and can manifest itself in the following waysRead More
    Posted in Dog Care Tips by Michele Riley
  • How to Calm a Hyper Dog

    Friday, November 10, 2017 11:44:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

    Some dogs, unfortunately, are dropped off at animal shelters because of hyperactivity-caused behavior problems. In fact, throughout the country, animal shelters are full of canines that barked too much or at the wrong time, chewed or seriously scratched things they were not supposed to mess with, dug up flowerbed or fancy gardens, urinated or defecated at the most inappropriate places, bit people, or simply behaved like inconsiderate, clownish or untrustworthy “mutts.”Read More
    Posted in Potty Training Your Dog by Michele Riley
  • How to Prevent Lyme Disease In Dogs

    Tuesday, November 7, 2017 8:52:18 PM America/Los_Angeles

    Lyme disease is caused by a bacterium (Borrelia burgdorferi) that is commonly transmitted to an animal host by a tick (usually the 'Black Legged Tick', Deer Tick, Taiga Tick, and Sheep Tick) that has bitten an infected animal such as a deer or rodent. When one of these ticks bites your dog, the infection enters the bloodstream and spread to body tissues. Without proper treatment, it can cause devastating effects to your dog's health.Read More
    Posted in Dog Care Tips by Michele Riley
  • Why Does My Dog Sleep So Much?

    Wednesday, October 25, 2017 1:50:51 PM America/Los_Angeles

    When your dog sleeps a lot, you might start to worry. There are a lot of different reasons why dogs might sleep a lot, and not all of them are reasons to worry.Read More
    Posted in Dog Care Tips by Michele Riley
  • Most Common Dog Behavior Problems

    Wednesday, October 18, 2017 1:44:24 PM America/Los_Angeles

    The soft ears, happy face attached to a madly wagging tail when she sees you, the paws gently touching you when you feel ill, the happy yap when you come in the door, and the cuddle buddy when you're watching TV sometimes develops behavioral problems common to all dogs.Read More
    Posted in Indoor Dog Potty by Michele Riley
  • Dangerous Toys & Treats

    Thursday, October 12, 2017 11:22:01 AM America/Los_Angeles

    Toys and treats are a wonderful source of enjoyment and fun for your dog. Additionally, keeping your dog busy will help it remain healthy and prevent it from developing problematic behaviors such as barking, continuous crying, and destructive chewing.Read More
    Posted in Dog Care Tips by Michele Riley
  • Preventing, Recognizing, and Treating a UTI in Your Dog

    Thursday, September 14, 2017 11:42:51 AM America/Los_Angeles

    Whether a new addition to your household, or a long-time four-legged friend, your dog is surely a precious family member. As such, your pet's health is of great importance to you and your your family. A crucial part of maintaining your dog's good health is the prevention and / or timely attention to, urinary tract infections.Read More
    Posted in Dog Care Tips by Doggie Admin
  • How to Prepare Your Pet for an Emergency Disaster

    Thursday, September 7, 2017 10:29:54 AM America/Los_Angeles

    If Hurricane Mathew (2016) and the latest category five-hurricane, Irma (September 2017) taught us anything, it's that natural disasters are bound to happen, they happen anytime, they happen rapidly and can have devastating long-term effects.Read More
    Posted in Dog Care Tips by Doggie Admin
  • Is Sleeping With Your Dog a Good Idea?

    Wednesday, August 30, 2017 11:20:13 AM America/Los_Angeles

    If you have just acquired a new furry friend or have been sharing your bed with one, it is natural to wonder whether sleeping with them can be harmful. Here is a study that was carried out by Mayo Clinic to ascertain if dogs on the bed or just in the bedroom had any effect on the human sleep patterns.Read More
    Posted in DoggieLawn Explores by Doggie Admin
  • Synthetic vs. Real Grass

    Monday, August 7, 2017 5:43:07 PM America/Los_Angeles

    Indoor dog grass pads are an excellent solution for keeping a dog happy and comfortable while you're away at work or out of the house – but not all pet pads are created equal. In particular, many indoor dog potties on the market today use synthetic grass, usually made from plastic, to cut down on costs. Unfortunately, though, that's bad news for your pup.Read More
    Posted in Potty Training Your Dog by Jessica dahlstrum
  • Most Popular Dog Foods

    Monday, July 31, 2017 12:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

    When it comes to keeping your dog healthy & happy, nutrition should be pretty high on the list. Naturally, there are many factors that go into properly caring for your dog, but the food your dog eats is tantamount to their long-term health.Read More
    Posted in Dog Care Tips by Jessica dahlstrum
  • Grooming Your Dog

    Tuesday, July 25, 2017 5:23:09 PM America/Los_Angeles

    Grooming a dog is an important part of owning a pet, and keeping your pooch clean helps improve their health as well as making them a better cuddle buddy.Read More
    Posted in Dog Care Tips by Jessica dahlstrum
  • Dog Weight Gain

    Friday, July 21, 2017 5:18:20 PM America/Los_Angeles

    While sometimes a chubby-looking dog can be cute, though, too much weight gain is actually an unhealthy thing for your best friend.Read More
    Posted in Dog Care Tips by Jessica dahlstrum
  • Best Dog Training Books

    Monday, July 17, 2017 5:16:00 PM America/Los_Angeles

    When it comes to training a dog, it's hard to go it alone. Even experienced pet owners can have trouble during the early stages of training, and sometimes small habits you may not even notice are hindering your training efforts.Read More
    Posted in Dog Care Tips by Jessica dahlstrum
  • Best City Dogs

    Thursday, July 13, 2017 4:44:00 PM America/Los_Angeles

    Everyone deserves the chance to welcome a furry friend into their home – even if that home is an apartment in a bustling city. If you're considering getting a dog for your city apartment or home, though, you'll have to consider the challenges this will present.Read More
    Posted in Breeds of Dogs by Jessica dahlstrum
  • 5 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Use Potty Pads

    Thursday, July 13, 2017 11:14:10 AM America/Los_Angeles

    It is common for most dog owners to use potty pads to train their dogs. Although these pads can prove to be useful in certain situations, they can also produce several undesired problems and cause you great inconvenience.Read More
    Posted in Potty Training Your Dog by Doggie Admin
  • Dogs And Their Sleeping Habits

    Thursday, July 6, 2017 8:50:10 AM America/Los_Angeles

    Are you worried that your dog has odd sleeping patterns? Understanding the sleep patterns of these animals can help to keep your dog happy and healthy throughout its lifetime. If you have ever asked yourself why dogs tend to sleep so much, then read on to learn about a dog’s sleeping behaviors.Read More
    Posted in DoggieLawn Explores by Doggie Admin
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