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Studying in School while Caring for my New Dog!
Studying in School while Caring for my New Dog!

Studying in School while Caring for my New Dog!

fatinAugust 19, 2021

In the beginning, it was hard as I was often worried about how she was coping. Is she eating, is she sleeping, is she missing me as much as I miss her?

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5 Puppy Behaviors to Nip in the Bud (And Other Pertinent Puppy Tips!)
5 Puppy Behaviors to Nip in the Bud (And Other Pertinent Puppy Tips!)

5 Puppy Behaviors to Nip in the Bud (And Other Pertinent Puppy Tips!)

PawjourrMarch 17, 2021

This content was originally found on lombardvet.com, and the original article can be found here. From puppy breath and snuggle…

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#Puppyhood Training Treats
#Puppyhood Training Treats

#Puppyhood Training Treats

Jane PehMarch 09, 2021

Hands up if your puppy works for the food, because mine definitely does 🙋🏻‍♀️ Training is essential because it sets…

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Raising Your Puppy: 6 Tips To Help With Housetraining
Raising Your Puppy: 6 Tips To Help With Housetraining

Raising Your Puppy: 6 Tips To Help With Housetraining

PawjourrMarch 08, 2021

This content was found on dogtime.com, and the original article can be found here. Few things can put a damper…

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How to Train Your Puppy to Go on Potty Pads
How to Train Your Puppy to Go on Potty Pads

How to Train Your Puppy to Go on Potty Pads

PawjourrMarch 08, 2021

Article originally published on TheSprucePets. Written by Adrienne Kruzer. Refer to the original article here. For more information, feel free to check…

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The first night with your new puppy
The first night with your new puppy

The first night with your new puppy

PawjourrMarch 02, 2021

Article originally published on Yummypets. Written by Clarie Aert. Refer to the original article here. The first night with your new puppy…

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Did I make the right choice?
Did I make the right choice?

Did I make the right choice?

Jane PehMarch 01, 2021

3 months ago, we made the decision to get Oolong thinking that we are prepared mentally and financially to be…

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How to Puppy Proof Your Home
How to Puppy Proof Your Home

How to Puppy Proof Your Home

PawjourrFebruary 24, 2021

Article originally published on The Spruce Pets. Written by Adrienne Kruzer. Refer to the original article here. Just like a new kitten, puppies…

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How to Stop Chewing in Puppies
How to Stop Chewing in Puppies

How to Stop Chewing in Puppies

PawjourrFebruary 23, 2021

Article originally published on The Spruce Pets. Written by Amy Bender. Refer to the original article here. For puppies, the entire…

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Why Does My Dog Get The Zoomies?
Why Does My Dog Get The Zoomies?

Why Does My Dog Get The Zoomies?

PawjourrFebruary 23, 2021

Article originally published on Dodowell. Written by Danielle Esposito. Refer to the original article here. The first time you see a case…

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How to Care for a Puppy
How to Care for a Puppy

How to Care for a Puppy

PawjourrFebruary 23, 2021

Article originally published on The Spruce Pets. Written by Jenna Stregrowski. Refer to the original article here. Bringing a new puppy into…

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Puppy Teething
Puppy Teething

Puppy Teething

PawjourrFebruary 23, 2021

Article originally published on Greencross Vets. Refer to the original article here. Introduction to puppy teething Just like human babies,…

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The ugly truth about getting a puppy. #Puppyblues
The ugly truth about getting a puppy. #Puppyblues

The ugly truth about getting a puppy. #Puppyblues

Jane PehJanuary 16, 2021

Are you planning to get yourself a puppy in 2021? Perfect! Because you’ll need all the advice you can get…

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My dog was poisoned
My dog was poisoned

My dog was poisoned

Donut.pawfriendOctober 15, 2020

Oreo is a two-year-old adopted Japanese Spitz- Alaskan Malamute mix. When we adopted him in 2018, he had severe anxiety and he was not comfortable with people at all. He cried every second he was home and it took a lot of training (both home and professional) to improve his behavior.

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Review of Nylabones from a landshark
Review of Nylabones from a landshark

Review of Nylabones from a landshark

Donut.pawfriendOctober 12, 2020

I have a puppy who is about 20 weeks now. Overall, Donut (my pup) has lost about 8 teeth, and currently, she is still busy biting everything that’s insight. We’ve bought her KONGs which I did a review of here. We’ve also heard good things about Nylabones so we gave some of those toys a try as well.

Find my landshark’s review of Nylabones below:

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From Ireland to Singapore: Meet Bailey
From Ireland to Singapore: Meet Bailey

From Ireland to Singapore: Meet Bailey

itsbaileythedoodOctober 12, 2020

Read the story of Bailey: the pup that travelled across the world for one person!

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What I wished I knew better before getting a puppy
What I wished I knew better before getting a puppy

What I wished I knew better before getting a puppy

caliethecottonbudSeptember 29, 2020

So imagine this. You’re finally at that point in your life where you decide you’re ready to welcome a new member of the family- to raise a dog. You’ve done all your research, asked a couple friends and family for advice and finally decide to book that viewing appointment to see your doggo to-be.

And of course what better time than now right? With Covid-19 sticking around, 2020 is the perfect time to train and build that relationship without much FOMO (*the ‘Fear of Missing Out’)! You also start to rationalize and picture the next 10 years of your life, all while telling (well more like, convincing) yourself everyday that ‘You’re making the right choice! No regrets you got this! 😅 ‘

Now does this sound familiar?

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Hip Hip Hooray!…or Nay?
Hip Hip Hooray!…or Nay?

Hip Hip Hooray!…or Nay?

hanathecloudSeptember 18, 2020

In early July 2020, our family was met with some unexpected news. Our dog Hana was not only diagnosed with patellar luxation in her hind legs, but also hip dysplasia, at the tender age of 9 months. It was a double whammy for us. Between January to June, we had already made multiple trips to the vet to treat a variety of ongoing issues. But what made the situation even worse was the fact that Hana had already been displaying early symptoms of both conditions—right under our noses.

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