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How to Handle a Friends Poorly Trained Dog

How to Handle a Friends Poorly Trained Dog

Sometimes a friend or relative gets a dog that lacks restraint or exhibits aggressive behavior. You hope the dog will become better behaved over time, but the behavior continues. What do you do? When and how can you successfully help a friends poorly trained dog be...

Learn to Spoil Your Dog the Right Way

Learn to Spoil Your Dog the Right Way

Spoiling your new puppy the wrong way can lead to behavioral issues when they are all grown up. Learn to spoil your dog the right way with praise, treats, and love. They will remember and appreciate it as they mature. Spoiling your new puppy the wrong way can lead to...

Dog Riding in a Truck Bed, Is It Safe?

Dog Riding in a Truck Bed, Is It Safe?

We have all see dong in a truck bed from time to time. But it is but it is never recommended to have your dog riding in a truck bed. You drive down the road, and sometimes the highway when you pass a truck with a big, friendly dog standing in the bed. You may know...

What to Do After Adopting a Stray Puppy

What to Do After Adopting a Stray Puppy

Learn what to do when adopting a stray puppy. Stray puppies make wonderful pets too. An adopted stray puppy can sometimes require greater attention and planning. With professional dog training, puppies and adults often learn and adapt quickly. Professional dog...

How to Give Your Graduate a Properly Trained Guard Dog

How to Give Your Graduate a Properly Trained Guard Dog

Your grown child is finally leaving the nest, have you condidered getting them a properly trained guard dog? Whether they're moving out for college or are planning to get their first apartment with friends, it can be tough to watch your grown-up baby move out.  All...

Dog Training Elements Every Long Island Apartment Dog Should Know

Dog Training Elements Every Long Island Apartment Dog Should Know

Have a Long Island apartment dog? In Long Island, dog training is an absolute must. If you own a dog who lives in an apartment or townhouse with you, etiquette and command words are among the most critical factors for a happy life together. That's why Long Island dog...

5 Reasons to Adopt a Long Island Shelter Rescue as Your First Pet

5 Reasons to Adopt a Long Island Shelter Rescue as Your First Pet

Looking for a new doggie?  Have you considered adopting from a Long Island shelter rescue? Let us tell you from experience; shelter pets are awesome. And we're not just saying that to save their adorable furry faces. Here in Long Island, there are a few hundred pets...

Crate Training Your Dog

Crate Training Your Dog

Crate training is a great way to teach your dog obedience, help him adjust to being away from you, and potty train him. Crate training your dog also provides him with safety in the home, especially if he is a puppy and surrounded by chewing temptations. It can also...

Smart Homes and Long Island Dog Training can Enhance Retirement

Smart Homes and Long Island Dog Training can Enhance Retirement

Did you know that smart homes and long island dog training can enhance your retirement? The smart home trend has quickly become one of the most popular and convenient ways to upgrade a home in the last several decades, and some retirees are already riding the cutting...

Helping Your Dog Cope With Canine Separation Anxiety

Helping Your Dog Cope With Canine Separation Anxiety

Dogs who suffer from canine separation anxiety can fall into times of deep sadness and depression if we are not careful to help them through it and decrease their stress. Autumn can be a particularly tough time for dogs. People go back to school, and the holidays...

Six Helpful Tips for Road Tripping With Your Dog

Six Helpful Tips for Road Tripping With Your Dog

Road tripping with your dog? Road trips are a great way to add adventure to your summer. And they are made even better by the company of your furry friend. Traveling with a dog across state lines might sound daunting, but if you take the proper steps to ensure your...

Learn What Apartment Dogs Love About Long Island Living

Learn What Apartment Dogs Love About Long Island Living

Some dogs love living in an apartment. One could even call them apartment dogs. Everyone has this idea that apartment living can be hard on a pooch, but just take a look at any dog as it's walking down the hallway, galloping through the agility park, or meeting other...