Healthy Dogs


Posted 10/27/20 CAN you crate train an older dog? Yes! Well, if they are healthy. Contrary to popular belief, old dogs can learn new tricks. Older dogs can be crate trained just like younger ones.  However, the catch is TIME. More time must be invested into any type of training with an older dog. You can crate train an older dog through positive affiliation – the same way you’d crate train puppies, except you must exhibit more...

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WOOF, find out why parents need to STOP sending their kids’ pictures to their dog-loving childless friends!  One common annoyance about people with children is that they love providing updates to literally everyone in their social circle, including those without or dislike children (or simply just like dogs and cats more). Social media posts are one thing as algorithms can thankfully alter the news feed or can hide posts from certain...

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Are you keeping your dog confined in one room while at work or away for the day? Here are my Dos and Don’ts for dog-proofing a room!  Keeping your dog confined in one room is a great alternative to crating your dog, but you must do it right for the comfort, safety, and wellness of your dog. Although keeping your dog in one room is still considered “confinement,” your dog will be happy to have extra space to move and walk around...

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WOOF, can dogs feel human emotions? The short answer is YES, dogs CAN feel human emotions! But keep sniffing to find out more… This post hopes to change the views of those who perceive dogs as “just” dogs, which often paves the way for poor treatment, neglect, abuse, and/or cruelty. Dogs may not be humans, but they indisputably possess the ability to suffer just like humans.  Introducing a new baby or child to your dog As descendants...

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ARF, ARF! So you want to stop your dog from barking in the crate? First, you must understand that barking is a form of communication for dogs. Humans speak, dogs bark. It’s that simple. Barking dogs are merely trying to get attention. The question is WHY? Why are they seeking your attention? *For simplicity, the gender of the word “dog” will be in the masculine form (“he” or “him”) throughout this post.*For simplicity, the gender of...

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Do you call your dog “baby”? Have people told you to STOP calling your dog “baby”? WOOF, let’s settle this controversial topic once and for all! ARF, my human has always called me “baby”! It’s not because she has some undiagnosed psychological issues of pretending that I’m human to fulfill some maternal instinct. She knows very well that I’m a dog, not a human baby (although many dog lovers may argue that dogs are even...

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