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    5-Step Guide to Stop Excessive Barking

    It’s natural for a dog to bark, but excessive barking can pose a problem for you and your neighbors. Read this guide for helpful tips for a quieter pup.

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    4 Tips for Training Your Dog with Guests in the Home

    Training your dog isn’t just a one-time affair. It takes lots of practice for a dog to learn a behavior, and even learned behaviors require maintenance and constant practice for consistent results. But practice can get complicated when guests are in your home. Here are four tips to help you train even when visitors are staying over.

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    Facilitating Safe Play Between Your Dog and Your Children

    If you’re a parent planning to bring a new dog into your family, you need to make sure that your dog and your children will get along. To keep your child and your dog safe, you need to teach your child how to avoid provoking the dog accidentally, and you will need to look out for signs of distress in your dog to prevent them from escalating. Read this guide for a safer playtime between your kids and your dog.

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    How to Introduce a Second Dog into Your Home

    If you love your dog, you may want to double your fun by bringing a second canine into your home. But, before you take in another dog, read this guide to make sure the transition goes as smoothly as possible.

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    5 Tips to Help You Deal with Leash Pulling

    Taking your dog for walks is one of the more important responsibilities you have as a dog owner. If your dog has a habit of pulling on his leash, however, this necessary task can become quite frustrating and even dangerous. Luckily, there are actions you can take to curb this nasty habit and enjoy walkies once again.

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