10 Reasons to Add Water to Your Dog’s Dry Food
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3d ago
As a kid, I remember my Mom preparing our dog’s dry food, or kibble, for meals. She added in a lot of things to make it more nutritious and tasty, including water. This was before the internet so she must have learned it from a book, magazine, or it was passed along from knowledgeable dog ..read more
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Dog Dental Cleaning Without Anesthesia – My Review
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1w ago
I’m willing to put my dog’s under anesthesia to clean their teeth and get x-rays if our vet thinks it’s necessary, but I would rather avoid it if possible. While undergoing anesthesia is relatively low risk for most dogs, I have personally seen how it takes my dogs several days after to return to acting ..read more
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Think Dachshunds Can’t Use Stairs? You May Be Wrong
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1w ago
Ask if Dachshunds can use stairs, or post a picture of your Dachshund using them, in any breed-specific forum and 95% of the people will scream, “NO!” The belief perpetuated on the internet is that stairs are bad for Dachshunds and using them will cause a back injury and IVDD. However, although the difference between ..read more
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The Best Supplements for Dachshunds According to an Owner
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1w ago
You want to keep your Dachshund healthy, so you may be wondering what the best supplements are for them. I want to keep mine healthy too so I researched supplements for senior dogs, supplements for Dachshunds with back problems, supplements for dogs that are very active, and more. I came up with a list of ..read more
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15 Ways to Be a Good Houseguest With Your Dog
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1w ago
When you stay at someone else’s house with your dog, it’s important to be a good houseguest. If you aren’t, your host may take to cringing every time you want to stay or not invite you back. I’ve been traveling and staying at other people’s house as a guest for over 20 years. Below are ..read more
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The Pet Friendly Lie: It Might Not Mean What You Think it Does
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1w ago
When I first started traveling with my dogs, I was repeatedly surprised and perplexed by places labeled “pet friendly”. Frequently, I was disappointed. It turns out that there is a big difference between let and allow – between pets allowed vs pet friendly. UPDATED: originally published June 2013 Pets Allowed vs Pet Friendly So what ..read more
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How Often Should You Stop on a Road Trip with a Dog?
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1w ago
Taking road trips with my dogs is one of my favorite things to do with them. We’ve driven over 4,000 miles from Seattle to Arizona, Driven 3,00 miles to southern California, driven to Colorado to hike some 14ers, gone on multi-day road trips in Washington State, and taken hundreds of other short trips. Taking a ..read more
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How to Socialize an Unvaccinated Puppy
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2w ago
Socializing your puppy is crucial to creating a happy, confident, friendly dog. However, there is a dilemma. You’ve probably heard that the crucial puppy socialization window is between the ages of 3 to 16 weeks.  In other words, you should start socializing your puppy – hopefully the breeder has started that process but it’s important ..read more
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How to Raise a Calm, Friendly Dachshund
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2w ago
While it’s true that each dog is different when it comes to being calm and friendly, in general, most Dachshunds are not naturally that way. These feisty dogs are natural born hunters prone to anxiety so you have to create a calm, friendly Dachshund. The way to do that is through socialization and confidence training ..read more
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The 20 Most Common Dachshund Behavior Problems (and What to Do About Them)
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2w ago
I’ve spent the last 20 years studying the Dachshund breed and there are 10 common behavior problems I see most often. Now, some of these aren’t “problems” per se.  They may just be behaviors owners are shocked or surprised by because they didn’t fully understand the Dachshund breed before they got one. Although my experience ..read more
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