The Do's and Don'ts of Dog Training: How to Stop Your Dog from Jumping on Guests

Himanshu Tripathi
Jumping up on people can be one of the most annoying behaviors in dogs, but it's actually not that hard to stop. It will take some patience and practice, though, so it's important to remain positive and consistent through the training process. These are the do's and don'ts of dog training when it comes to stopping your dog from jumping on guests

Top 7 Best Dog Breeds for Living in an Apartment

Himanshu Tripathi

Apartment life and dogs just don’t go together, right? Well, not necessarily! While you might think that your dog would have to adapt to living in an apartment, it turns out that the other way around might be more appropriate – after all, you can’t exactly ask the building management to redecorate your place so it becomes better-suited to your pet’s needs. Luckily, there are several breeds of dogs that are considered ideal for apartment life!

Is your puppy socialized? Why it's more important than you think

Himanshu Tripathi

When you first bring your puppy home, one of the first things you should do is begin socializing him to prepare him for life as an adult dog. Socialization involves introducing your puppy to new sights, sounds, experiences and people so that he can learn how to react to them appropriately and confidently in the future. Here’s why it’s important and what steps you can take to start socializing your puppy today! 

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The Dog Days of Summer: Tips to Keep Your Pup Cool (Summer Special)

Himanshu Tripathi

The long, hot days of summer can be rough on you and your pup if you don’t keep up with proper grooming habits. Whether your pet has short or long hair, he needs regular brushing to prevent matting, which can lead to skin irritation and discomfort and make it harder to stay cool in the summer heat. Here are some simple tips on how to groom your dog to keep him cool throughout the dog days of summer. To know more, visit the blog.

9 Things Your Dog's Body Language is Trying to Tell You

Himanshu Tripathi

In this blog, nine things your dog’s body language is trying to tell you.

1) The look in your dog’s eyes reveals its intentions

2) Getting close to your dog will help you read their body language

3) The position of a dog’s ears reveals how they are feeling

4) When dogs lie down, they can mean one of two things

5) A tail wag can tell you what your dog is thinking and feeling

6) What if I think my dog is sick?

7) What does it mean when my dog licks me?

8) Why does my dog sniff other dogs?

9) Dogs communicate through play

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How to ensure your dog has a long and healthy life

Himanshu Tripathi

As your dog ages, their long and healthy life will require more from you as their owner. You’ll need to pay special attention to their diet, exercise and general health, but with these tips you’ll be able to ensure that your furry friend stays fit, active and happy well into their senior years.