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March Is “Pet Poison Prevention” Month

While you love your dear dog and want him to have the healthiest of diets, it’s important to know which foods to consume and which must be avoided at all costs. In fact, there are specific foods which are toxic to dogs. Whether its grapes or cabbage or extensive table scraps or bread dough be aware of the list below as toxic food for dogs … in other words,

February is “Pet Dental Hygiene” Month

February Is “Pet Dental Hygiene” Month

There is a lot to smile about in February with Valentine’s Day just around the corner and only a smooch away. It is only fitting that while your pet pucker up for their Valentine that we celebrate February National Pet Dental Month (coincidence, we think not). So, let’s see those smiles!

Proper oral dental health is not only important for humans, just as brushing our teeth everyday is second nature

January Is “Keeping Your Pet Warm” Month

January is “Keeping Your Pet Warm” Month. If you live in a region where the winters are cold, then you probably have a yearly routine to prepare yourself for the season change. You might change out your wardrobe, get your car ready for winter, and insulate your home. Don’t forget to take precautions to keep your dog warm and healthy. There are plenty of winter hazards out there, such as antifreeze and ice.

Puppy Biting

By Joan Orr and Teresa Lewin

This is the first in a series of posts with tips on how to stop your puppy from biting. We get many emails with questions from puppy owners about biting. This series of posts is intended to answer these questions. If you have a question about puppy biting that is not answered in this series, please send your question to the author: joan@doggonecrazy.ca


September 22nd, 2013|Dog Training|0 Comments

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How To Be Calm And Assertive

by Cesar Millan

Dogs use constant energy to communicate. Energy is what I call beingness; it is who and what you are in every moment. Dogs don’t know each other by name, but by the energy they project and the activities they share. They know humans in the same way.

As humans, we too are communicating with energy – whether we realize it or not. And, though we may attempt to persuade, explain, and rationalize all

September 20th, 2013|Dog Training|0 Comments

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Poem – “Just A Dog”

Poem – “Just A Dog”

From time to time, people tell me, “lighten up, it’s just a dog,” or, “that’s a lot of money for just a dog.” They don’t understand the distance traveled, the time spent, or the costs involved for “just a dog.”

Some of my proudest moments have come about with “just a dog.” Many hours have passed and my only company was “just a dog,” but I did not once feel slighted.


September 20th, 2013|Your New Puppy|0 Comments

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I found this important training tip elsewhere on the web – “A rolled up newspaper can be an effective training tool when used properly. For instance, use the rolled up newspaper if your dog chews something or has a housebreaking accident. Take the rolled up newspaper and hit yourself over the head as you repeat the phrase, “I FORGOT TO WATCH MY DOG, I FORGOT TO WATCH MY DOG.” If your dog laughs at

September 20th, 2013|Your New Puppy|0 Comments

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Reinforcing Good Behavior

A puppy’s temperament is somewhat predetermined by the genes he inherits from his parents and grandparents. A well-bred Bichon should be happy and content if he is properly cared for, with a playful attitude and a trustful nature. Even the best-tempered puppy can be ruined if care is not taken to handle him properly. We offer these suggestions that may help you to keep a happy puppy or to create a more contented one,

September 20th, 2013|Your New Puppy|0 Comments

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Bichon Frise Puppy Proof Your House

You should consider that a puppy has an absolute right to chew whatever they can get at in your absence. You must put the puppy where either it cannot do any damage, or you do not care about the possible damage. Puppies can eat kitchen cabinets, destroy furniture, chew on carpet, and damage a wide variety of other things. Besides the destruction, the puppy may well injure itself, even seriously. This is why

September 20th, 2013|Your New Puppy|0 Comments

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Puppy’s Homecoming

Once puppy has received Health Certificate from Veterinarian, I will call you to make an appointment for pickup based on how your deposit was received – i.e. – 1st pick, 2nd pick, etc. Please note that pickup time is limited to 1 hour.

Once you have made the decision to bring a new puppy into your life, contact your vet to schedule an appointment within two business days for a well-puppy checkup.

September 20th, 2013|Puppy's Homecoming|0 Comments

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