Furry Features: Our Favorite Pupstagrams

Friday, January 24, 2020 12:10:35 PM
America/Los_Angeles

There are some really puptastic accounts on Instagram, and we want to give these awesome dogs a shoutout! Here are some of our favorites! .

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5 Reasons to Use an Indoor Dog Potty

Friday, January 17, 2020 04:14:50 PM
America/Los_Angeles

Even though it's always great exercise and enrichment for your dog to take a walk/potty break outside, there are some situations where dog owners might be hesitant to bring their fur babies outside. In these circumstances it can be incredibly helpful to have an indoor potty spot for your dog. Here are 5 reasons that you might want to consider an indoor pet potty for your pooch.

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Is Real Grass Worth It?

Friday, January 10, 2020 09:06:26 AM
America/Los_Angeles

It’s great to be able to take your dog on a nice long walk outside where there is lots of room for them to play, run, and use the potty in real grass-- but when you live in an urban jungle without a backyard or nearby park, it can be hard to make sure your pup gets the chance to go in a natural setting where they feel comfortable. No matter if you’re on the east or west coast, all busy dog parents seek an indoor dog potty solution. At first glance, there seem to be a number of solutions on the market, but are they worth it?

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Reverse Potty Training and How to Remedy It

Friday, December 20, 2019 11:59:43 AM
America/Los_Angeles

Even pets that have had the most effective of house training can slide into a habit of reverse potty training, possibly due to age or recent changes in their living environment. Housebreaking a dog is just the first step. This will ensure they don’t begin to use the indoors as a pet potty due to anxiety, stress, or an underlying medical condition. Situations such as a recent move, new household member, absence of a companion, or a wide range of other factors can all trigger reverse potty training causing even the best potty trained dogs to have accidents..

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Traveling with a DoggieLawn

Wednesday, December 11, 2019 03:04:47 PM
America/Los_Angeles

When we think of traveling with our best friend, we picture an RV filled with family and our dog sitting in the passenger seat, being the co-pilot to the next destination. Traveling with your dog has so many pros, but there's one noticable con: it's hard to give them all of the potty breaks they need. The last thing that needs to happen is the car stopping a little too late, and your dog ends up using the carpet as a wee wee pad.

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Common Puppy Potty Training Mistakes

Monday, December 02, 2019 09:01:45 AM
America/Los_Angeles

We've assembled a list of some of the most common and easily fixed housebreaking mistakes you might be making. With a few tweaks in your training routine, you will end up with a happy pup and even happier floors.

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Why do (some) dogs eat grass?

Friday, November 22, 2019 12:48:06 PM
America/Los_Angeles

The reasons why dogs eat grass vary from psychological and physical factors to plain instinct. If your dog loves to eat grass, one of these four theories might explain why.

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Dogs on Diuretics: 3 useful products to give them relief.

Monday, November 18, 2019 03:17:53 PM
America/Los_Angeles

Of course we can't predict when our dogs have to urinate while on diuretics, however there are solutions that can help your pup understand where to go whenever they need a pee break.

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Useful Products Dog Owners with Senior Dogs

Tuesday, October 01, 2019 11:25:06 AM
America/Los_Angeles

Taking care of a senior dog can be a challenge but having the right products on hand can make all the difference.

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