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Going on Camping Adventures with Your Dog

Posted by WizSmart by Petix on July 15, 2019 1:21:00 PM EDT

Whether you are seasoned camper who likes to rough it or a car camper that stays a bit closer to civilization, you can enrich the outdoor experience by bringing along your pooch. After all, your pet is a member of the family, and nothing beats family camping.

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Topics: Dog Care

How You Can Assist Your Dog Through Fireworks Season

Posted by WizSmart by Petix on July 3, 2019 1:15:02 PM EDT

If you’ve been through a fireworks holiday with your dog before, then you know it can be stressful for both of you. It’s easy to understand why the noise might frighten them. It’s not just loud; it’s unpredictable--just when your pooch thinks the danger is over it starts back up again.

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Topics: Dog Care

Supporting Your Dog Through Allergy Season

Posted by WizSmart by Petix on May 8, 2019 11:25:24 AM EDT

If you are one of the millions of people affected by seasonal allergies, springtime can be rough. Tree and grass pollen, mold and fungus are all at peak production at this time of year. The sneezing, itching and other types of discomfort that come along with exposure to environmental allergens can make things just plain miserable. 

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Topics: Seasonal

The Sustainability of Our Pee Pads

Posted by WizSmart by Petix on April 10, 2019 7:36:17 PM EDT
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Topics: Eco-Friendly

Caring for Your New Puppy

Posted by WizSmart by Petix on March 11, 2019 2:28:29 AM EDT

Puppies are adorable, sweet, loving and fun to play with. Make no mistake, however, puppies are a lot of work. As a new member of the household, there are some steps you should take to ensure that your adoption is successful for both your family and your new dog.

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Topics: Puppy Behavior

Popular Sports for Dogs

Posted by WizSmart by Petix on March 11, 2019 2:20:59 AM EDT

With spring just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about getting outside and stretching your legs. If you have a dog, then chances are your dog would enjoy burning off some energy as well. The good news is that you don’t have to stick with the same old choices like jogging or playing catch.

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Topics: Events

Loving Your Dog Through Winter

Posted by WizSmart by Petix on January 29, 2019 3:23:58 PM EST

Nothing beats cuddling with your pup in front of the fireplace. But as good as that sounds, winter brings unique challenges both for pets and pet owners. Even if your dog is a cold-loving breed, you need to make sure that you take extra care during the winter.

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Topics: Seasonal

How to Stop Your Puppy from Chewing the Dog Pee Pad

Posted by WizSmart by Petix on November 12, 2018 10:33:20 AM EST

“Use a pee pad,” the breeder said. “Puppies take to pee pads quickly,” your vet said. And while everyone you know swears by the pads, what most forget to tell you is that sometimes puppies will chew on, shred and proudly drag the used pad around the room. That leaves you with a trail of urine and shredded pad to clean up. That’s no fun. The good news is, you can stop the chewing and shredding and get your puppy back on track with just a few training tips.

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Topics: pee pad training, dog pad training, puppy pad training, Puppy Behavior

What Makes for an Eco-Friendly Puppy Pad?

Posted by WizSmart by Petix on November 2, 2018 5:41:01 PM EDT

Eco-friendly dog pee pads aren’t just good for the planet, they’re good for you and your dog too! You’d hope that all puppy pads would be safe for your dog, and eco-friendly, but they’re not. Many contain materials that aren’t pet-friendly, like bleach and dyes. Others are made through a non-eco-friendly manufacturing process. That’s why it’s important to know what goes into the puppy pad you’re buying and just what exactly it means when you hear ‘eco-friendly puppy pad.

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Topics: Eco-Friendly

Is Your Older Dog Peeing in the House? 5 Steps to Help Resolve the Situation

Posted by WizSmart by Petix on October 15, 2018 5:00:00 PM EDT

Older dogs are like older people - it’s sometimes difficult to get to the bathroom in time. However, incontinence in older dogs can be a sign of an underlying medical issue or disease.

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Topics: dog pad training, Puppy Behavior, senior dogs, older dogs

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