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Do You Have a Spoiled Dog?These 5 Signs Show That You Are Spoiling Them

Do You Have a Spoiled Dog?These 5 Signs Show That You Are Spoiling Them

  Dogs are our best companions, our best friends, and a big part of our family. However, that doesn't mean that we need to spoil them. It can be difficult not to spoil your dog - just look at how adorable they are. But there is a point where you need to stop and set boundaries for yourself and your pet. If you pamper your dog too much, things will take a turn for the worse and you'll have to deal with a high maintenance pup in the future. Moreover, the older your dog gets, the more it will be...

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How To Calm an Anxious Dog

How To Calm an Anxious Dog

Dogs are like us and we experience anxiety from time to time. Sometimes, it is easy to tell that they are anxious, but oftentimes you won't have a clue. Just like any unhealthy behaviors - barking, chewing everything, etc. - anxiety can easily be treated. Here are some tips on calming your anxious dog. Exercise We all know the benefits of exercise and what it can do to our minds and bodies. A good set of exercises can help us unwind and release some of our unused energies. It seems that these benefits can also have similar effects in dogs....

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Where is the Best Place to Put Your Dog’s Bed

Where is the Best Place to Put Your Dog’s Bed

Photo by Kaboompics .com from Pexels When it comes to your pet, every detail counts. That must have a suitable place to rest for them to be happy and comfortable. Below are some suggestions to where you can put your dog's bed. A quiet spot Put your dog in a place where it doesn't distract them from the noise outside. In the hallway or near the front door won't be a good idea since your pet will be always alert and won't have a restful sleep. You must find a place for them to relax, and dogs won't rest unless...

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5 Dog Sleeping Positions and What They Mean

5 Dog Sleeping Positions and What They Mean

You might notice that your dog sleeps in a particular way and it's not a happy accident. The positions your dog sleep and the amount they spend napping can show how they are feeling. Their sleeping habits also give you a clue about their happiness and comfort levels. On the Side Photo by Adrianna Calvo from Pexels This is the most common position dogs sleep. It means that the dog is relaxed, comfortable and trusts his surroundings. Dogs who favor this position leaves their vital organs exposed; therefore, they tend to be easy going and relaxed. Their limbs are free to move during...

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