How To Raise A Medical Alert Service Dog

31 May 2019
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Dogs make incredible friends. Their constant companionship can be a source of joy and comfort. However, they are also intelligent animals that can perform tasks very well. If you suffer from a health condition such as diabetes or epilepsy, a service dog can improve your quality of life. Unfortunately, service dogs can be prohibitively expensive, and there may even be a waiting list to obtain one. If you would like a service dog, you also have the option of raising one yourself. Read More 

Tips To Housebreak Your Puppy

30 May 2018
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Housebreaking (or potty training) your new puppy is something all puppies should know, but one that can be difficult to teach. It requires a lot of training and patience on your part. Not all puppies will pick up on this training right away, so it may take a little bit of time. Keep working and stay on the same type of schedule in order to help your puppy learn. Read on for tips to housebreak your puppy. Read More 

Are You A Single Mom Adding A Personal Protection Dog To Your Family? 3 Tips To Help Your Kids Bond With Their New Pet

25 January 2018
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Dogs have long been called man's best friend, yet certain breeds are known for their loyalty and obedience that allows them to serve as an additional measure of protection for women and their families. As a single parent, you may face many different threats to your family's security. Whether you live in a rough part of town or simply worry about what could happen if a break-in occurred while your children are home alone, personal protection dogs, like the ones sold by Command Control Protection Dogs, are an ideal option for giving you peace of mind. Read More 

How To Get Your Pet Ready For Dog Boarding

28 February 2017
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While dogs are a part of the family, there are some vacations that they just can't go on. It becomes necessary to take your pet to a reputable dog boarding facility for the duration of your trip. Instead of just dropping man's best friend at the kennel the day you plan on leaving town, there are a few things you can do to prepare your pet for boarding so that it isn't a traumatic experience for either of you. Read More 

If You Belong To One Of These Groups, You Need Dog-Attack-Prevention Training

31 October 2016
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Dog attacks are among some of the most startling situations that you can face. Not only are you being attacked, but many times the attack can come out of nowhere and even be perpetrated by a dog that was previously friendly. Knowing how to act in ways that prevent dog attacks or that help you fend the dog off if it does attack is important for everyone, but it is essential for people in certain groups. Read More