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What are common household plants that are dangerous to dogs?

   What are common household plants that are dangerous to dogs?    Several common household plants can be toxic to dogs if ingested. Here are some examples: Sago Palm: All parts of the sago palm are toxic to dogs and can cause symptoms ranging from vomiting and diarrhea to liver failure and even death. Aloe Vera: While aloe vera is known for its medicinal properties for humans, it can cause vomiting, diarrhea, and lethargy in […]

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Tips for Kids and Jumping Dogs

Our training tips focus on teaching your jumping dog and kids essential behaviors for safety and effectiveness Step 1 If a dog is jumping and won’t listen stand still cross your arms and pay no attention to the dog. Step 2 If dog still doesn’t stop jumping turn around with arms crossed and still pay no attention to the dog. Click on any photo for larger copy and use your browser to print or save

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Kids and Dogs | Tips on how to set them up for success

 Kids and Dogs | Tips on how to set them up for success  Ensuring the safety of both dogs and kids is crucial, as their interactions can sometimes pose risks. Here are some general tips to help keep dogs and kids safe: Supervision is Key: Never leave young children alone with a dog, regardless of the dog’s temperament. Always supervise interactions between dogs and children, especially if they are unfamiliar with each other. Teach Children

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Leash Reactive Dogs

   Leash Reactive Dogs    Frequent dog walkers know leash reactive dogs even if they’ve never had a name for them: as soon as the harness or leash goes on, they go on red alert.  From the squirrel in the yard twenty meters away to the mailman about to pass them on the sidewalk, leash reactive dogs will try to be confrontational with anything that moves.   While the cause for leash reactivity are many and

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