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Fur Times | April 7, 2020

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Is it Cruel to Crate Your Dog?

July 14, 2016 |

Many people think it is cruel to keep a dog in a crate. This is in part due to the fact that we humans don’t like being confined in small spaces for extended periods of time. However, this is not the case with dogs and crates, as long as the crate is used appropriately. This article describes the best way to use a dog crate to benefit both dogs and owners. Read More

Bringing a Puppy Home

April 29, 2016 |

The first few days your puppy spends away from his mother and litter mates can be quiet stressful. When you bring her home, give her plenty of attention. If you take the time to teach her about her new home, feed and play with her, she will adjust more quickly. Read More

Do Dogs Dream?

March 21, 2016 |

It is common to see that while your pooch sleeps, his tail wags, he moans and even shake`s his legs. Is it true that they are dreaming? Of course! Read More

Potty Training Tips and Preventing Indoor Accidents

March 19, 2016 |

Potty training your dog can be a stressful task. Many owners complain that once their dog has eliminated in a certain area of the home, he tends to go right back to that spot whenever he feels the need to eliminate again. Read More

Puppy Developmental Stages

March 19, 2016 |

During the first year of your puppy’s life, he will undergo different changes. During each stage, you will observe as your puppy matures mentally, physically and emotionally.


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Why Vaccinate My Puppy?

March 18, 2016 |

Vaccinations are very important to a dog’s long-term health and well being. They protect your puppy from contracting deadly and debilitating diseases. Puppies get some protection against diseases from their mother, but this only lasts a very short time. Vaccinations help your puppy develop his or her own immunity to disease. Read More

Play Biting and Nipping in Puppies

March 16, 2016 |

Puppy biting is a perfectly natural behavior. Puppies use their mouths to explore their surroundings, and they also use their teeth when playing. Fortunately this is something they usually grow out of when they lose their puppy teeth at around sixteen weeks. Read More