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    Tips for Training a Dog While You Work Full-Time

    There’s a good chance that, without a full-time job, you won’t be able to afford a dog. Unfortunately, this means that you won’t always be able to spend as much time as you’d like training your furry pal. But there is hope! Read on for tips to train your dog even if you’re a full-time worker.

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    How to Train Your Dog Not to Bite Others

    Even if it only happens on occasion, biting can be a serious problem for dogs and those around them. As a responsible owner, you need to do everything possible to teach your dog to abandon this unwanted and dangerous behavior. Read on for tips to train your dog not to bite others.

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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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    Writing a Good Advertisement to Sell Your Puppy

    As many breeders know, selling puppies through advertisements can be difficult—especially in the online space. But there are steps breeders can take to significantly improve their chances of finding loving homes for their pups. Read on to learn how you can make your puppy advertisements more effective.

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    Life Hacks for First-Time Dog Owners

    If you’re a first-time dog owner or plan to become one, you’ll want to be as well prepared as possible for the many new responsibilities that come along with it. Thankfully, Avery Taylor Phillips has you covered with some valuable life hacks to make the experience much easier on you and your pup.

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