Three Paw’s

How to Care for a Blind Dog: Training Tips

Living with a blind dog requires time and patience. Whether your dog is a senior and lost his vision as he aged or your dog was born blind, there are many ways to help him navigate through life. Remember too that your dog’s nose is a very powerful tool and he’ll use this to determine…

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Dog Enrichment: Will Dog Games Help Curb Destructive Behavior?

Dogs are meant to live active lives! Many studies, especially those conductedby zoos, have shown that enriching an animal’s environment improves thepsychological and physical well-being of animals. The co-authors of Beyond Squeaky Toys break down enrichment for animals into six different categories and there are games to consider that may be a good fit for…

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Learn to Live in the Moment: Like Our Dogs!

Dogs teach us so many lessons. The most important one may be to learn to live in the moment.Patience is another!An article on PsychCentral.com tells us, “When we give ourselves permission to just be, we can take our time and explore new things, like the dog who sniffs every tree and bush on the block.…

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Top 5 Dog Tips for Back-to-School

Can you believe it is September? Fall is in the air! We have some suggestions for Autumn flavors to spice up meals and how to keep bored dogs happy now that everyone is back to school and busy!Also, we want your four-legged fur friends to be fall-ready with rain gear, and winter coats so read…

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6 DIY Craft Projects for Shelter Animals

July 21 is National Craft for Local Shelters day! And was started by Sew Doggy Style back in 2012. Each of the below crafts has been pinned by various influencers and bloggers and complete directions and materials are listed in their post. These are some of our faves on Pinterest but there are so many…

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