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  • Breed Profile: Poodle

    Breed Profile: Poodle

    Proud, elegant, clever, and bred to live a life of luxury, is the first thing that comes to mind for many people when they see a Poodle. Yes, with its regal attitude and beautiful haircuts, the Poodle is a very impressive breed that has won many “best in show” awards. Rather than being the aloof type of dog that many make them out to be however, the Poodle is a wonderful and extremely affectionate, family dog. Read More
  • How to Groom Long Haired Dogs

    How to Groom Long Haired Dogs

    A long haired dog looks beautiful. When they are properly cared for. But if you're thinking about bringing a long coated pup into your life, you should know ahead of time what you are signing up for! Here's what you need to know about caring for dogs with long, silky coats. Read More
  • Down Boy! How to Deal with Dogs Who Jump

    Down Boy! How to Deal with Dogs Who Jump

    Most dogs jump. Most dogs do get excited when you get home after being away for a while, and will sometimes jump up to greet you as you walk in the door. Although this might make you feel really great,  since your dog is demonstrating how happy he is to see you, it is not acceptable behavior, especially when guests and children are his target! Read More
  • Breed Profile: German Short Haired Pointer

    Breed Profile: German Short Haired Pointer

    A sporting dog breed, the German Short-haired Pointer is a versatile animal that hunts a range of game, retrieves from water or on land, and is a loving, loyal companion. He has a beautiful, low-maintenance coat, but needs plenty of energetic exercise. Anyone providing him with the physical and mental stimulation he yearns for, will have a faithful, loving friend for life. Read More
  • Dog Walking Etiquette

    Dog Walking Etiquette

    Owning a dog is one of life's great joys, but it's also a huge responsibility. As a dog owner, you are responsible (and often legally liable) for anything your dog does, and something as simple as taking your dog for a walk comes with a whole lot of rules you need to be aware of and follow. Read More
  • How to Deal With A Greedy Dog

    How to Deal With A Greedy Dog

    Find someone who looks at you like Bonzo looks at that treat, they say. But seriously. Most dogs love food, but there are some who take it to extremes. If you have a snack beast who just can't get enough food, then read on for tips to manage this problem. Read More
  • Everything Dog Owners Need to Know About Ticks

    Everything Dog Owners Need to Know About Ticks

    Even though it may be winter, summer always just around the corner in Canada, and that means sunshine, heat, long walks with your dog, and ticks. No matter where you live, chances are you’re concerned, and you should be. Before they arrive, we’ve got everything you need to know about these little parasites, the diseases they cause, and what you can do to keep your dog safe. Read More
  • 5 Reasons to Adopt an Older Dog

    5 Reasons to Adopt an Older Dog

    There’s a great movement to “adopt don’t shop”, and while we would never say anything against anyone who chooses to purchase a pedigreed pup from a reputable breeder (because every dog deserves a home!), it's great that people are taking dogs that might otherwise not have a family into their homes. Senior dogs sometimes struggle to find adoptive families though, so we thought it would be a good idea to remind everyone that there are a few great reasons to choose an older dog. Read More
  • Breed Profile: Golden Retriever

    Breed Profile: Golden Retriever

    A friendly, easy-going dog, and a fantastic family pet, makes the Golden Retriever an exceptionally popular breed. He is highly intelligent, and is excellent for sniffing out drugs, tracking, retrieving game for hunters, and also as a therapy or assistant dog for the ill, elderly, or disabled. Extremely athletic, the Golden Retriever also does very well in agility sports, as well as obedience competitions. Read More
  • Separation Anxiety in Dogs

    Separation Anxiety in Dogs

    If you've ever lived with a dog that suffers from separation anxiety, you will know that it's no joke. It can be detrimental to your stuff, your social life, and your dog's happiness. Here's what you need to know about this surprisingly common problem. Read More
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