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Are You a Dog Owner Who’s House Hunting? Chew On These Considerations for Your Canine Companion.

January 07, 2018 0 Comments

Just as parents with small children or teenagers place importance on finding a good school district and kid-friendly neighborhood, pet parents have special considerations too. From the proximity to a dog-friendly park to flooring materials, dog owners should look for certain features when purchasing a new home. When house hunting as a dog owner, it’s important to not only consider what will make you happy and comfortable, but also what will make your canine companion happy and comfortable.

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HOW TO TEACH YOUR DOG TO HIGH FIVE.

November 07, 2017 0 Comments

You may ask how to teach your dog high five?

Dog high fives are one of our favorite tricks because it makes everyone smile, and it’s also a fun way to bond with your four-legged best friend. Teaching the high-five is a fairly simple trick for your dog to learn. Here’s how to teach your dog to do it.

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Small Dog Pajamas for Warmth and Smiles.

October 19, 2017 0 Comments

Small Dog Pajamas for Warmth and Smiles.

As the cold weather rolls in, you might be thinking about an adorable pair of dog pajamas for your furry friend. DinkyDogClub has a sweet collection of soft, snuggly doggie pjs to choose from. 

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Five Places to Hang PoochieBells Dog Potty Training Bells.

Five Places to Hang PoochieBells Dog Potty Training Bells.

September 23, 2017 0 Comments

PoochieBells dog potty training bells make potty training easy and fun! Even better, PoochieBells users have a 95% potty training success rate. Because you simply hang PoochieBells on a doorknob or hook, you can remove them, roll them up and take them wherever you and your small dog roam!

Here's a list of five places you can hang Poochie Bells so your dog can always "jingle" when it's time to tinkle (or poop). 

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5 Great Reasons to Adopt a Small Senior Dog.

5 Great Reasons to Adopt a Small Senior Dog.

September 16, 2017 0 Comments

Older little pooches are just so cute, in fact, I’d go as far as to say they might even be more adorable than puppies! I know what you’re thinking - Whoa, that’s a pretty big statement.

Let’s run through five of the greatest reasons that you can adopt an older dog, and you never know; you might even be so smitten that you think about adopting one for yourself!

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Plan Your Hurricane Getaway: Pet-Friendly Hotels

Plan Your Hurricane Getaway: Pet-Friendly Hotels

September 04, 2017 0 Comments

If you're making hurricane evacuation plans, here's a list of pet-friendly hotels that will welcome your furry friends. It's a good idea to call the hotel you wish to stay at directly to ensure pet-friendly rooms are available and to find out what, if any, pet fees are required. 

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Infographic: Dangers of Leaving Your Small Dog in A Hot Car.

Infographic: Dangers of Leaving Your Small Dog in A Hot Car.

July 30, 2017 0 Comments

It’s a fact that leaving your dog inside a hot vehicle on a very hot day, even with the window slightly open, is not only unadvised but is also dangerous for your beloved pooch. Not everyone, however, knows that leaving their dogs inside their parked vehicles while temperatures climb over a staggering 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32 degrees Celsius) can be fatal for our furry friends.

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A homemade mixture for cleaning dog pee out of your carpet.

July 19, 2017 0 Comments

Sometimes our dogs have accidents on the carpet or upholstered furniture. Usually, you discover this surprise when you come home tired after the long, busy day at work. This article will provide pet owners with some useful advice about how to efficiently clean dog pee out of your carpet or furniture, both the stain and the smell.

 

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Three Steps to Dog Potty Training with PoochieBells.

Three Steps to Dog Potty Training with PoochieBells.

July 07, 2017 0 Comments

Since dogs can't talk, it's not easy for them to let you know when they have to potty, especially if you're in another part of the house. PoochieBells dog training bells give your dog an easy and consistent way to let you know when he or she has to go. Don't worry, training your dog to alert you with these cute bells is easy as one, two, three. 

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Ahoy! Eight Tips for Safe Boating With Your Dog. [Infographic]

Ahoy! Eight Tips for Safe Boating With Your Dog. [Infographic]

June 15, 2017 0 Comments

Your dog will likely enjoy being out on the open ocean as much as you will, but just like with human passengers, safety measures must be taken! The team at K9 Of Mine put together this excellent infographic and article to help you enjoy a safe day on the water with your furry first mate! Enjoy and be sure to share with your boating buddies.  

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Make Take Your Dog To Work Day Fun For Everyone.

June 06, 2017 0 Comments

Friday, June 23 is the 19th annual Pet Sitters International's (PSI) Take Your Dog To Work Day®! This annual event was created as a way for employers to experience what a dog-friendly workplace is like. It's also meant to give non-dog owners a peek at that special bond between humans and pets in the hope that they'll adopt a dog of their own. Take Your Dog To Work Day was started in 1999.

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Overcoming the loss of a dog

Three Tips to Help Family & Friends Handle The Loss of A Dog.

May 18, 2017 0 Comments

Recently a few DinkyDogClub team members went to see Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Operating Officer of Facebook. Sheryl was in town talk about a new book she co-authored: Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy. Sheryl spoke about dealing with the death of a loved one. It was a fascinating talk. Being immersed in the world of small dogs, including our Meetup groups and Facebook community, I thought a lot of what Sheryl said would apply to those who've lost a pet. I'd like to share some of what Sheryl spoke about in the hope that someday it may help you or someone you know to ease the pain of a losing a pet. 

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