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Nail Trims without Terror

Many of us will need the help of a qualified dog trainer, but sometimes finding a certified, well-trained dog trainer can be hard! Here are a few resources to consider, as well as a list of Red Light-Green Light questions to ask yourself and any trainer you are interviewing to help you:

Finding a Trainer

Many of us will need the help of a qualified dog trainer, but sometimes finding a certified, well-trained dog trainer can be hard! Here are a few resources to consider, as well as a list of Red Light-Green Light questions to ask yourself and any trainer you are interviewing to help you:

Fear Free Holidays

Holidays can be a happy and fun time for the people in your house, but they can be pretty scary or unnerving for the pets in our homes. Here are a few tips to help you make the holidays enjoyable – or at least tolerable – for your pets.

Emergency Preparedness

Summer means a few things: more time outside with our pups, stormy weather, and (hopefully) some safe summer travel. June is Disaster Preparedness Month. Whether you have plans to go somewhere new or stay close to home, here are three specific things you can do to be ready in case of an emergency.

Geocaching Basics

Geocaching is a fun activity you can do with your dogs, but you can also head out on your own.This can be a great way to help add variety and new experiences for your dogs. Geocaching is essentially a world-wide scavenger hunt!