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Say No To Table-Surfing

No Table-Surfing For Fido Counter-surfing or table-surfing is a problem for many families with pets. Addressing this problem behavior as soon as it starts is key. Stealing food items from the counter or table is dangerous and cannot be allowed.  Usually limited to dogs that have the physical structure to reach a 36 inch high…

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What New Puppies Teach Us

What New Puppies Teach Us Despite the division of Nay Sayers and overeager fans, what new puppies teach us when they come into our lives is how to love.  Maybe it was already love at first sight when you first saw you puppy. That falling head over heels can quickly deflate at the first soiled…

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Teaching Sit – A Dog Training Basic

Dog Training basics – Teaching Sit Consistently Teaching Sit If you have a new dog or a new puppy chances are you are into dog training basics – teaching sit. Regardless of its prior home or age, optimizing the reliability of the dog sitting when you ask or when you stop walking or when you…

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3 EZ Ways To Help A New Dog Settle In

Settling Into A New Home Congratulations on acquiring a new puppy or adult dog! How do you help a new dog settle in? Laurel Saville, UW-AAB of Rag Tag Dog Training in Vashon, WA has both experience and know how. Here are her 3 E-z ways to help a new dog settle in. “After years…

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Polar Fleece Dog Beds

                  Are you a fan of cozy and comfortable?  We can tell you that polar fleece, the material that is often seen in dog beds, provides one version of cozy and comfy to dogs. Modern synthetic Polar Fleece is an absorbent, soft, springy tactile fabric providing warmth…

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