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Best K9 High Anxiety Management Tool

Best K9 High Anxiety Management Tool

Heavy Duty Dog Crates Your Best Way to manage High Anxiety dogs Find out how you can get control of your home again. Take your freedom back! Do you hate coming home to surprises your dog has left for you? 10 minutes after you put him in his crate and leave for work he escapes. He proceeds to treat your house as his private demolition derby. This is what happens when your escape artist dog is not kept in the strongest of heavy duty dog...

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What to do when you have an Escape Artist dog

What to do when you have an Escape Artist dog

How to Manage your Escape Artist Dog In the discussion about what to do when you have an escape artist dog, we think these videos will seem to poke a bit of fun at the problem, and I suppose that is the case. I wanted to keep it light because canine separation anxiety is a frustrating problem for dog owners everywhere. You’ve spent money on one or two crates only to have your dog open the door himself, chew through it or escape using...

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Will the Real Strongest Commercial Grade Heavy Duty Dog Crate Cage Kennel Please Stand Up

Will the Real Strongest Commercial Grade Heavy Duty Dog Crate Cage Kennel Please Stand Up

Will the Real Strongest Commercial Grade Heavy Duty Dog Crate Cage Kennel Please Stand Up shows why you need this heavy duty dog crate if your dog has Canine Separation anxiety, Noise Phobia or any of the other Canine Anxiety issues. The use of heavy duty dog crates is a way improve quality of life for your dog, for you and for your family. Actually, a heavy duty dog crate could save your dog’s life....

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Oregon Humane Society breaks Adoption Record

Oregon Humane Society breaks Adoption Record

When I saw this post, the Oregon Humane Society  breaks Adoption Record, I had to check it out and I know you will too. It’s heartwarming to see an agency really good at what they do. Do the math on this folks, 11,000 pets adopted divided by working days in a year including Saturdays is somewhere around 37 to 38 pets a day. How do they do that? Our congratulations to the Oregon Humane Society for a job well done. Now write a manual...

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Dog Owners Most Responsible for Dog Attacks

Dog Owners Most Responsible for Dog Attacks

As dog owners we are most responsible for dog attacks. No, not other people’s dogs, our own. Why, one simple answer is lack of proper training. All my dogs have been dogs that would rather lay in the sun than get up and go bite someone. If they did get up they would only do so to make a new friend. Now I have what I call my “Chorky Mutt.” She’s part Chihuahua and part Yorkie. She is a 6 month old wild child. Any...

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