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    Dealing With Separation Anxiety in Dogs

    A large portion of the workforce has been switched to working from home, or sadly are out of jobs for the time being. With all this newfound home time, your dogs are sure to be loving the extra attention. However, when you eventually go back to work, it may leave your beloved pet feeling a bit anxious. 

    If you don't take early steps to combat or prevent these behaviors, you'll likely have a dog that exhibits symptoms of Separation Anxiety.

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    How Our Dogs Communicate

    Unless you're in a group of meddling kids that drives around solving mysteries, understanding what your dog is thinking may seem impossible. Luckily for us, dogs have many tells into what's going on in their minds; we just need to pay attention to their body language.

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    Invisible Fence Training: What You Need To Know

    While traditional fences have been used in the past to keep dogs safe and contained, new technology has led to wireless or invisible fences. Whereas conventional fences can be eyesores, regulated by local laws, or expensive, ‘invisible fences’ are a cheap alternative, ensuring dogs don’t escape the property through delivering a shock via a battery-powered collar. So here's everything you need to know about invisible fences.

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    Tips for Helping Your Baby & Dog Coexist at Home

    There’s nothing quite like coming home with a newborn baby cradled in your arms for the first time. But, even though you now have the responsibility of raising and caring for a child, it doesn’t mean your duty to care for your dog has diminished in any way. Read on for tips to keep both your dog and your newborn happy when your family grows.

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    The Origin of Puppy Dog Eyes

    Does your dog always seem to steal your heart with his puppy dog eyes? It’s not an accident. Find out why your dog is so good at guilting those extra treats out of you.

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