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Secrets of the Snout- 5 Reasons your Dog's Nose Deserves Respect!

You may think you know your pup’s nose. After all, you see it in action every day, sniffing out those treats stashed away in your pocket! Everybody knows dogs are superior smellers, but those snouts can do a lot more than sniff out hidden treats. A dog’s nose is a vital organ and is the source of important sensory information. Dogs depend on this highly sensitive smelling system to communicate, stay safe and explore and understand the world. So, there’s no surprise that, of all the five senses, a dog’s sense of smell is the most advanced. In this blog, you can better understand how...

Mar 05, 2021

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How To Make Your Dog Smell Pleasant Between Washes

How To Make Your Dog Smell Pleasant Between Washes

Can I use perfume on my dog? No! As much as you may want to repel your pet’s musky and stinky smell, it is very important to use a product and scent that is intended for them. You may think ‘why not just apply some regular perfume to my dog’s fur?’. Well, the alcohol content and high number of chemical compounds in a traditional perfume poses a huge risk to your pooch. These cosmetic products are highly likely to cause irritation, allergies, dryness and infections. So, never ever use perfume on your pet. Different scents can trigger different behaviors in...

Mar 04, 2021

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Top Tips For Bathing Your Dog

Top Tips For Bathing Your Dog

Making it less scary A lot of dogs find baths scary. It is important to use positive associations towards the bath and to speak to your dog in a calm and reassuring tone, before, during and after washing them. Be patient, give your dog plenty of praise and always award them afterwards with a tasty treat or some play. This way, they will begin to realize that having a bath isn’t too bad after all. Expect to get messy! Bathing a dog is inevitably messy. They shake, jump and splash about. You can’t really prevent these from happening, but you...

Feb 26, 2021

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What Your Dog's Tail Can Tell You

What Your Dog's Tail Can Tell You

We tend to think that if a dog’s tail is down, then they’re feeling pretty down. If their tail’s wagging, they must be happy, and the faster the wag - the happier the dog, right? Well, not necessarily. Tail signs are actually pretty complex and just like us humans, dogs have all kinds of emotions, not just happy and sad! Like a picture, a wag paints a million words. Variables such as how high the dog carries his tail, how quickly the dog is moving his tail, and even whether the tail is being wagged more to the left or...

Feb 24, 2021

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National Love Your Pet Day; Ways to show your pet you love them

National Love Your Pet Day; Ways to show your pet you love them

Any intuitive pet parent can attest to the fact that the most beautiful gift dogs have to offer us, is their unconditional love. They are eternally grateful for the care we give them and they live for our love and approval. “Man’s best friend” will always be ecstatic to see you and they’re forever brimming with unfiltered love for you. But affection between humans and pets can be complicated. It’s not possible for humans and their pets to bond the same way people do.  So, how do we give our loyal canine companions the affection they deserve and show that...

Feb 22, 2021

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