December 21, 2016

How to Prepare Your Dog for a Move

If you want to look back after a move with your dog and remember everything with a smile on your face, it’s best to take some preparatory steps. Dogs, like children (and some adults), often have a hard time adjusting to change. With a move, daily routines as well as physical and emotional experiences within […]

Dog Health, Tips for Dog Owners

How to Prepare Your Dog for Airplane Travel

Bringing your dog on an airplane with you could be a choice you make in order to experience more of life with your furry friend. Or, it may be a necessity. Either way, flying with a dog takes more preparation than jetting off solo, and the details that need to be addressed require careful consideration […]

Tips for Dog Owners
November 22, 2016

How to Potty Train a Puppy to Go Outside

When it comes to learning how to potty train a puppy, the process does not have to be stressful, for either you or your young dog. The truth is, you have Mother Nature in your corner right from the start when you potty train a puppy to go outside. When they are first born, puppies […]

Tips for Dog Owners

How to Potty Train a Puppy

Residing in an apartment with a new puppy requires overcoming a lot of challenges. However, according to a survey conducted by Rent.com, almost 58 percent of pet-owning renters have dogs. If you’re the happy new parent of a four-legged friend, learning how to potty train a puppy in your apartment is entirely possible! Here’s how […]

Tamar's Dog Training Tips, Tips for Dog Owners

How to Train a Pit Bull Puppy

With numerous training philosophies about how to train a Pitbull puppy, finding the one that works best for you and your dog can be tough. But there are few key elements to training a Pitbull puppy that everyone needs to know and implement. Positive Reinforcement Whether you’re house training your Pitbull puppy or teaching him […]

Tamar's Dog Training Tips, Tips for Dog Owners

How to Train a Puppy to Get Down

Puppies love nothing more than being as close to you as possible whenever they get the chance. Being humans, our faces are a lot higher than dogs’ faces are, which makes them want to jump to get closer to you. Though this behavior can be charming at first, it is not one that should be […]

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