Three Easy Steps to Housebreaking Your Dog

Your new puppy or adopted dog will arrive home with little to no idea what is expected of him. You will have great expectations out of your new furry family member, but since he is a dog he cannot understand your language! The following tips will help you get started in how to positively impact your dog's potty habits!
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Cleanliness Is Next to Dogliness

Grooming your pooch is an obvious must. He can get dirty by playing in your yard, running through mud or simply from the natural oils his skin secretes. If he is not bathed, his skin can get clogged and his fur matted with debris and dirty, making his physical condition dangerous and greatly uncomfortable for him.
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Tips to Feed Your Dog Right

The foundation of Fido's health starts with what goes into his body. His diet is key to a long, healthy life and it is up to you as his care giver to provide the best you can for his little tummy. A diet deficient or overloaded with any one ingredient can cause health problems, and not all kibbles are made complete despite what the label says. Know what to look for so your dog can feel and look his very best.

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New Puppy? You Should Know This!

Adding a puppy to your life can be the most rewarding thing you do. It can also be the most frustrating thing if you are not prepared! Everything from potty accidents to typically puppy nipping can become major problems in your life if you do not rectify them now, the moment your puppy is brought into your home.

Housebreaking is always a big deal for new puppy owners. How can you teach something so simple as to where to pee or poo to a furry critter that does not speak your language? Simply keep an eye on him at all times, and when you can't he should go into a puppy proofed play pen with a potty pad or litter box. Give him the opportunity to potty every 45 minutes through the day and possibly once or twice during the night so that he will not feel the need to go anyplace else! This will build a habit in him to do the right thing!

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