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Kimberly Alt

Growing up, Kimberly used to get the sniffles when she was around dogs. Thankfully, she grew out of her allergy and is now able to play and snuggle with dogs as much as she wants! She and her husband adopted Sally, a four-year-old hound mix, in early 2017, and she has brought so much joy into their lives. Life as pet parents has been very rewarding.

Dog Toilet 101: Why Your Dog May Need One

Dog sitting on toilet reading paper: Does Your Dog Need a Dog Toilet?

Housetraining is part of being a responsible pet parent, but for some dog owners this task can come with obstacles and headaches. Adjusting to and overcoming these challenges can be difficult on both the dog and the owner. Recent developments in the dog toilet industry offer pet owners more options. Here we will take a look at some of the available indoor dog toilet options and how they may be the right choice for you and your dog…

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How to Become a Foster Dog Parent

Dog with foster parent

The stigma that shelter dogs are bad dogs is a stereotype that is completely untrue. Unfortunately, too many dogs are in shelters, and people are scared to adopt them because they think there must be some reason that they were sent to the shelter to begin with. Read on to learn the real deal about shelter dogs and what you can do to help…

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Why Do Dogs Mark Territory?

Dog lifting leg up peeing

Within the first few hours of bringing our newly adopted dog home, he had marked in the same room three different times. We had never experienced this with other dogs, so this was new for my husband and I. How do we stop his marking so we can trust him in the house? Read more to see what solutions we came up with….

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10 Tips on How To Puppy Proof Your House (That Actually Work)

Puppy chewing on toy: How To Puppy Proof Your House

Congratulations on your new puppy! We are so excited for your growing family! And since you’re going to be a great pet parent, you’re looking into puppy proofing your home. You’re probably already aware that your hands are going to be ful with a rambunctious puppy who will get in everything imaginable. That’s why a puppy proof house is so important. We’ll give you step by step instructions on how you can puppy proof elements of your house so your furry children are safe…

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How Much Food Should I Feed My Puppy?

Dog eatting: How Much Food Should I Feed My Puppy?

There are many elements to keeping your dog healthy. These include giving him enough exercise, playtime and, of course, food. But do you know how much to feed puppy? In this article, we’re going to discuss what puppy’s diet should consist of, how often you should feed them and the proper amount of food you should be feeding your dog. We’re sure our puppy feeding guide will help you provide the proper diet for your pup…

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Do Dogs Dream?

Dog sleeping on carpet

Our dogs are so cute when they are asleep. Sometimes, my dog, Sally, will start twitching or whimpering in her sleep. I always say, “She must be dreaming about chasing squirrels,” but is she really? Do dogs have dreams and if so, what do dogs dream about? Read on to learn more about what might be going on inside their head and how to tell if your doggy is dreaming when it dozes off…

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