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UNDERSTANDING HOW TO ADDRESS DEAF DOG TRAINING

deaf dog trainingMeet Copper. Once a shy young Shetland Sheepdog living on the streets, Copper was fostered by the Hansen family and is now a sociable well adjusted dog living life with his forever family. But it is not just Copper’s past that makes him different from other dogs. This little fellow is deaf and is presumed to have been born that way. Sadly, even in this day and age, a great many misconceptions surround deaf canines, the foremost stigma being that they are aggressive and impossible to train. However, as Copper will attest, such accusations simply are not true. There are many techniques for deaf dog training so they can lead happy lives. (more…)

CANINE MASSAGE: ROVER’S RELAXATION

canine massage

A massage can be one of the most relaxing things many people can experience. After a stressful day, a nice rhythmic rubbing of the sub-dermal tissues can just melt that tension away. But why should humans be the only ones to get delightfully deep massages? After all, we’re not the only ones with stressful lives. A full day of stick-catching and best-friend-being is just as exhausting to Rover as a jam-packed day of chores is to us, if significantly more pleasant. And they will love a canine massage.

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DOGS AND HEATSTROKE

dogs and heatstrokeOur summers keep getting warmed and the above average temperatures are forecasted to continue through until the end of the year as the climate crisis continues. However, even though summer has finally come to a close and temperatures are cooling off ever so slightly, we cannot lose our vigilance for heat related dangers and how they relate to our pets. Especially when it comes to our dogs and heatstroke risks.
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DOGS AND SUN PROTECTION: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

dogs and sun protectionYou take care of yourself when you hit the beach, lounge around on a dock or spend the day in the sun, but do you do the same for your pooch? Sunburn and skin cancer are not reserved for humans alone, your beloved pet can be at risk for these as well. Not to worry though, there are lots of things you can do for dogs and sun protection and many easy ways to reduce the sun-related risks for their health.

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