Cabin at Camp K9 – Enjoy Worry-Free Traveling With Your Furry Companion
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by Rick Short
9M ago
Welcome to the Camp K-9 cabin, where we redefine dog-friendliness! We've got everything you need for worry-free travels with your furry sidekick. Your dog can bunk with you in the cabin, or if you're off to catch an Aggie game or hang with family and friends, we've got them covered. ‍‍‍ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fy8_Kb3HIZE&t=9s While you're away, your pup will be living it up in our climate-controlled, individually fenced cabins. They'll enjoy lots of playtime in our shaded yards, complete with agility equipment, doggy pools, toys, and misters to beat the Texas heat! ☀️ We're right ..read more
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Useful Advice For Training Your Dog Correctly
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by Rick Short
1y ago
Now that you have a dog you must learn the right way to teach your new family pet. The following information will give you the tools needed to give you the best learning experience that you can possibly pass on to your loved pooch. When you are working on dog training your newest addition to the family, try not to accidentally punish the animal for good behavior. If you have gotten a puppy, for example, and he goes to the bathroom outside correctly do not leave the dog out there alone. Take time with him and play with him because if you leave him alone he will be sad and think he did somethin ..read more
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Pit Bull Obedience Training Testimonial
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by Rick Short
1y ago
Max the pit bull came to us as a young adult from a rescue group out of Houston, and he came to them after having been found tied to a street pole for several days with a note pinned to his body saying ‘FREE PIT BULL’. No one called to report a dog tied to a pole for several days; maybe it was a bad neighborhood, or maybe it’s just that everyone assumed someone else must have called it in. Where did he come from? Who knows. Just someone callous enough to pin a piece of paper to a dog and dump it at the curb. He was unhousetrained and acted as though he may never have been in a house, and was ..read more
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4 Reasons Dogs Eat Grass
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by Rick Short
1y ago
Eating grass is very common in dogs, but humans find this behavior very strange. It’s weird to see dogs eat grass and particularly disturbing if they throw up after this activity. They’re several reasons why dogs eat grass and they’re either physical or psychological. The reasons why dogs eat grass are divided into two categories: physical and psychological reasons. Let’s explore each at a time. Physical reasons Even though dogs gain nothing physically by eating grass, several physical reasons are likely to cause this. 1. To induce vomiting Most dogs vomit after eating grass, so the next time ..read more
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Best Tips And Ideas On Training Your New Puppy
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by Erma Maquilang-Martinez
1y ago
When it comes to learning, we never stop. Whether it be new cooking techniques or new driving routes, we're always picking up new information. When it comes to dogs, there is always something new to learn. This article provides you with today's top tips that show you all about dogs. Look into subsidized health care for your dog if money is tight. Many local communities, in cooperation with groups like the SPCA offer discounted services that have proven invaluable to dog owners. Look into getting your dog spayed or neutered and vaccinated for a fraction of veterinary costs at a sponsored event ..read more
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K9 Sensei’s “Camp K9” Dog Boarding Packing Tips
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1y ago
Dear Camp K9 campers, We are looking forward to seeing you during your upcoming stay at K9 Sensei’s “Camp K9.” Even though summer is winding down, Camp K9 fun lasts all year long! Whether you are going to be a first time camper or Camp K9 has become your “home away from home,” there are a few tips that will make packing a breeze. WHAT TO PACK: Shot records.​ Always pack your updated shot records. Nobody likes getting sick at camp, so it’s important that all campers are current on their vaccines. Food​. Most campers bring a big bag labeled with their name and feeding directions on it. Some ca ..read more
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Tools You Need to Trim Your Dog
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by Rick Short
1y ago
With the summer at its hottest, you might be worried about parasites attacking your dog's fur. While some dogs need a yearly trim to stay safe from diseases, others would require regular grooming. One of the things to consider however is that you might be risking your dog's health if you give it a trim without any know-how about the grooming process. Before picking up your tools and giving your dog a makeover, don’t forget to consult a vet or a professional groomer to know the exact how-to. The next thing you might be wondering is what tools to use, and for that, we've got you covered! Here a ..read more
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Pit Bull Training Success!
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by Rick Short
1y ago
Max has stolen my heart! His wonderful owners Jennifer and Marshall contacted me to help him with fear, aggression, and reactivity. His progress has been incredible! Pit bulls are very misunderstood. But with patience, love, and team work great things can happen! #pitbulltraining #dogtraining #dogtrainercollegestationtx #dogtrainerbryantx ..read more
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Common Plants That You May Not Know Are Harmful To Dogs
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by Rick Short
1y ago
It's no secret that dogs are man's best friend, and we love them dearly. But sometimes they are not the smartest creatures on earth. They may get into things that can be harmful to their health, such as plants. In this blog post, I want to go over 8 common plants that you may not realize can be harmful to your dog. Azalea Azaleas are not poisonous to dogs, but the leaves and flowers can be toxic if ingested in large quantities The toxicity of azalea plants is due to their high levels of calcium oxalate, which causes irritation and swelling in a dog's mouth Symptoms include drooling, vomiting ..read more
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Tips for Finding the Perfect Dog Boarding Kennel
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by Erma Maquilang-Martinez
1y ago
With the holidays fast approaching you may be considering boarding your dog. Although it can seem daunting to leave your pet with someone else, pet boarding actually has many advantages. However, to ensure an amazing experience for your fur baby, it's important that you find the right pet boarding facility. Below are a few things to consider. 1. Review Conditions: The conditions that pets need to meet in order to stay there are one of the key measures of the standard of a pet hotel. If the standards are very lax, there may be pets who are not adequately vaccinated. An unvaccinated or medicate ..read more
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