Close Your Eyes, Open Your Heart – How Do you Adopt Again After Your Dog Dies?

How Do you Adopt Again After Your Dog Dies? This post will explain the grief and anguish people go through after they have lost their beloved dog and how hard they try to replace their dog that has passed away with an identical copy.  “How can I adopt after my dog dies?” There is a […]

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Let it Go – Stop Feeling Sorry For Your Dog

This article explains why it is unhealthy to pity or feel sorry for your dog. No matter what your dog has been through, pity will create behavioral issues. This article explains that most dog-owners, especially those who have adopted a rescued dog, don’t realize that feeling sorry for your dog does emotional harm. All Dogs Should […]

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Canine Reboot

I’ve done this dozens of times… talked to owners who are frustrated with their dogs.  Wanting their dogs to be balanced, and happy.  Sometimes it’s the wife that hates the dog, sometimes it’s the husband.  Sometimes the dog doesn’t like the kids, or the grandparents.  Dog fights, cat fights… you name it. One of the […]

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Crate Sores

I want to touch on this subject, to help those who pull from shelters and pounds, and those who adopt from them.  Many times, dogs have injuries, hot spots or sores throughout their body.  Sometimes that is a result from a food allergy, or a flea bite.  Sometimes these injuries were created by their handler. […]

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How to Choose Your Next Dog

Know the Difference Between Reputable Breeders, Inexperienced Breeders, and Puppy Mills in Person and Online Before I walk you through the difference between shelters, pounds, rescuers, and breeders, there’s one very important thing I must share. We all know that the average person hates—actually loathes visiting a pound or shelter. Let’s face it, most shelters […]

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