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Positive Walking Tools: Martingale Collars

Martingale Collars

Do you have a pup that wants to pull you on walks, almost as if they’re walking you? This habit can definitely turn a stroll into a very unpleasant one. Here you will learn about positive tool called a Martingale Collar. The Martingale collar has tons of benefits for creating a great atmosphere with you and your best friend during any walk of the day.

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Positive Walking Tools: Freedom Harness

Freedom Harness

A Freedom harness is a another great positive tool to help with walking. These harnesses are a wonderful way for you and your best friend to work together and start enjoying long neighborhood strolls again with less pulling.

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Adoptable Pup: Pebbles!

Hi! My Name is Pebbles!

Hi , my name is Pebbles. I am looking for my furever home. I am about 7-years-old, 75lbs and full of love! I am a Pitbull mix who is house trained and I know my basic commands. I love taking adventures and exploring the outdoors, and I also love cuddles and staying in. I am one of the volunteers favorites. Wanna snuggle?

I am described as a “sweetheart” and want to give you nothing but kisses. I am I the right pup for you?

Find more about Pebbles here: http://www.angelcitypits.org/dog/pebbles-1

Please contact Angel City Pits for more information: http://www.angelcitypits.org/webform/contact

Positive Reinforcement

We are a Positive Reinforcement Company

We believe in building a bond with your best friend. Positive Reinforcement strengthens your relationship and builds trust and understanding.

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Recognize the signs of dementia earlier so you can take steps to slow the process

Along with the distinguished graying around the muzzle and the slower plods up and down the steps, a certain serenity accompanies senior dogs. They can be gentle, knowing, and wise, content to lie at your feet while you read a book or to take leisurely walks with you through quiet neighborhoods.

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Listen To What Your Dog’s Ears Are Telling You!

Much like her tail, your dog’s ears offer great insight into how she’s feeling both physically and emotionally. With this new ebook from The Whole Dog Journal, you’ll learn how to read the signs of an ear infection, how to treat the condition safely, and how to keep her ears clean and problem-free.

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Simple Life Hacks for Dog Owners

1. Use Baking Soda to Clean up Pet Urine If your dog pees on the carpet use baking soda (which is also great at removing odors) to clean it up. Pour some baking soda over the spot, let it sit for 20 minutes and then vacuum it up. 

2. Use a Window squeegee to Clean Up Fur From Carpet 

Do you get a ton of dog hair lodged deep into your carpet? Use a window squeegee to pick up fur in your carpet & on your furniture. Scrape it along the carpet & just watch as that hair comes up. 

3. Cover Up Scratch Marks on Furniture with a Walnut 

Do you have a few scratch marks on your wooden furniture? You can cover them up by rubbing a walnut over them. The natural oils in walnuts seep into wood, making them a simple way to help cover up small scratches in your furniture.

 

What are my dog and cat food options? What is BEST?

We compared the pros and cons of different types of dog food – kibble, homemade, canned, raw, freeze-dried and dehydrated – to make your decision of what to feed your dog a little easier!

 

What is the best kind of dog food? Is canned food healthier than kibble? Does a homemade dog food diet require as much work as it appears to? Whole Dog Journal developed a comprehensive pros and cons chart for various dog food options you may be considering. Remember: no one dog food is best for all dogs! Consider your dog’s lifestyle and needs and use this chart to help you decide what kind of food your dog should eat regularly. You might also consider feeding your dog a mix of different food types for greater variety in the diet.

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10 Halloween Safety Tips for Pet

 

Halloween can be a festive and fun time for children and families. But for pets? Let’s face it, it can be a nightmare. Skip the stress and keep your pets safe this year by following these 10 easy tips.

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Are Dogs Colorblind? A Guide to What Your Pup Can (and Can’t!) See

One of the most common questions about dog vision is — are dogs colorblind? Do dogs see in black-and-white or what colors can they and can’t they see? We’ve got answers to your dog vision questions.

 

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