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- Dog Training Dos and Don'ts
- How To Stop Dog Barking
- Common Household Dangers for Dogs
- How to Keep Your Dog Off Furniture
- How To Bathe A Puppy
- Why Does My Puppy Bite?
- FAQs about Dog Nail Trimming
- 4 Tips for Working from Home with Your Puppy
- 3 Questions To Ask Before You Board Your Dog
- What Are the Cutest Puppies of 2020?
- 10 Human Foods That Are Dog-Friendly
- The Best Holiday Presents For Dogs
- How Much Exercise Does My Dog Need?
- What to Look For In A Doggy Daycare
- Tips for Puppy Socialization
- Tips for Leash Training a Puppy
- How to Recognize Stress Signals in Dogs
- How to Prepare for a New Puppy
- Why Does My Dog Shed?
- How Do Puppy Shots Prevent Disease?
- 10 Dog Stress Signals You Should Know
- 6 Grooming Tips for Your Dog
- 5 Training Tips for New Dog Owners
Dog Training Dos and Don'ts
With so much information about dog and puppy training out there, it can be hard to know where to start. Our team of professional dog trainers has experience...Read More
How to Stop Dog Barking
There are many reasons that dogs bark. Sometimes barking can be useful, such as notifying you of an intruder in your home. Many dogs, however, bark more...Read More
Common Household Dangers for Dogs
Dogs love to eat things they’re not supposed to, and while this is harmless most of the time, it can also be deadly. When you adopt a dog, it’s important that you educate...Read More
How to Keep Your Dog Off Furniture
Dogs have a habit of disrupting our daily routines, especially when they’re still puppies. One of the toughest battles new pet owners face is keeping their dog from jumping...Read More
How To Bathe A Puppy
If you have a new puppy, you’ll soon learn something important about dog ownership: dogs are messy! They’re masters of getting into things they’re not allowed to have...Read More
Why Does My Puppy Bite?
Biting, nipping, and mouthing are all common in puppies, who are still learning what types of behaviors are appropriate. Puppy teeth can be very sharp, however, and so...Read More
FAQs about Dog Nail Trimming
If you have a dog, it’s important to keep up with a grooming routine to keep them looking and feeling their best. One task that tends to get neglected is trimming your...Read More
4 Tips for Working from Home with Your Puppy
Have you made the switch to working from home recently? You’re not alone. In fact, the United States has been warming up to the idea of working from home for decades...Read More
3 Questions To Ask Before You Board Your Dog
If you’re going out of town for a few days, the last thing you want to do is leave your dog alone at home. At Dog Gone Fun, we offer dog boarding services so pet owners...Read More
What Are the Cutest Puppies of 2020?
Although all puppies are cute, some are just extra cute. If you’re a soon-to-be dog owner or just a puppy lover, we wanted to provide you with a list of puppies we think will be the cutest...Read More
10 Human Foods That Are Dog-Friendly
Typically, you don’t want to feed your pet human foods, but when it comes to your dog there are a few meal-add-ons you can mix in their dog bowl. These meal options are safe for your doggy and may even...Read More
The Best Holiday Presents For Dogs
Just because your pup may not know what to do with wrapping paper, it doesn’t mean they won’t love a few extra toys and treats! If you’re a dog lover, you’re probably doing some digging of your own...Read More
How Much Exercise Does My Dog Need?
As a pet owner, you’ll have to stay on top of your own exercise routine as well as your animal’s because exercise affects the mental and physical health of your pet. Things like breed type, level of intensity...Read More
Why Does My Dog Shed?
Running late for work? Forget about wearing those black dress slacks. They’re covered in dog fur. While you love your dog, you probably could live without all the lint rollers. Shedding is normal, but how much your...Read More
What to Look For In A Doggy Daycare
We understand that not all pet owners are able to stay home all day. There are many working pet parents who want to make sure their dogs get all the love, attention, and physical activity they need to stay happy and healthy...Read More
Tips for Puppy Socialization
Week 9 through Week 16 is most important for puppy socialization. During this period, your puppy will need to learn how to live within human society so he can be confident and well-adjusted later in life. Introduce...Read More
Tips for Leash Training a Puppy
After getting your puppy used to its new home, it’s time to introduce them to your neighborhood. On your first walk outside, follow our tips for leash training to help your puppy grow up confident and well-behaved...Read More
How to Recognize Stress Signals in Dogs
Before we accept dogs and puppies into our doggy day care, dog boarding, and puppy training classes, we observe how they interact with others. Our staff at Dog Gone Fun is also well-trained so they can intervene when...Read More
How to Prepare for a New Puppy
There’s nothing we like better than hearing from a new dog owner who wants to start puppy training as soon as possible. Puppy training classes are not only helpful for your new pet, but for you. Taking care of a puppy...Read More
How Do Puppy Shots Prevent Disease?
Before you enroll in our puppy training classes, it’s important that your pet have all their necessary vaccines. Vaccines not only prevent the spread of disease, but help your puppy stay healthy for many years to come...Read More
10 Dog Stress Signals You Should Know
Just like humans, dogs use body language to let you know how they’re feeling without words. If you recognize any of these dog stress signals, it’s best to give your dog some space until they calm down. While some dog...Read More
6 Grooming Tips for Your Dog
Just because you’re in between dog grooming appointments, doesn’t mean there aren’t things you can do to keep your dog’s coat healthy in the meantime. If you already use a dog grooming service, these tips will help...Read More
5 Training Tips for New Dog Owners
As a pet owner, you will always remember the day you brought home your new puppy. However, it’s important that you get off on the right paw with the latest addition to your family. With our basic puppy training tips...Read More