Some dogs manage to ALWAYS get muddy when they’re outside. Some have shaggy coats that require frequent washing. And some are just naturally stinkier than others. Whatever your reason for bathing your dog, it can be a beautiful experience… or it can be absolute bubble trouble that you both DREAD.
Dogs can suffer from stress and anxiety just like us. The difference is that humans typically don’t bark incessantly, poop in the house or eat shoes when we’re feeling down in the dump. Our pawsome friends express their feelings – both good and bad – in ways that can be difficult to interpret. But if you pay close attention to your dog’s individual personality, you’ll start to recognize some “tell-tail” clues when they are having a stressful day – or worse, an anxiety attack.
As a pet parent, we naturally focus on doing the best we can to give our furbabies what they need to live long, healthy, and happy lives. With loads of attention being paid to the quality of food we feed our furry babies, do we really need to do anything more? Do our pets need supplements?
In this blog, we’ll take a look at 4 simple hacks for crate training your best pals. You’re probably thinking—why do I need to crate train my dog? My furry friend can certainly live well without being trained, right? You'd be surprised!
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