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Category : Dogs & Family

  • Dog Grooming Tips

    Posted September 18, 2019 By in Dogs & Family With | Comments Off on Dog Grooming Tips

    Dog grooming is essential for many reasons regardless of the dog breed or age. Many pup owners do like grooming their dogs on their own. But if you don’t have the luxury of time to groom wash, brush, and trim your dog, there are professional dog groomers that will perform the magic for you. So,

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  • 5 Dog Training Rituals….. that will make you happy!

    Posted June 16, 2019 By in Dogs & Family, Educational With | Comments Off on 5 Dog Training Rituals….. that will make you happy!

    ADAPTED FROM ERIC BARKER’S 6 STOIC RITUALS THAT WILL MAKE YOU HAPPY – Site – dailystoic.com 1. Events Don’t Upset You. Beliefs Do. “Emotions aren’t random. They follow from beliefs.” Your dog is first and foremost a dog – he will bark, he will chew, he will dig, he will use his mouth to grab,

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  • How to Plan a Safe Doggie Road Trip

    Posted March 4, 2019 By in Dogs & Family With | Comments Off on How to Plan a Safe Doggie Road Trip

    Are you thinking about going on a road trip with your dog?   With careful and meticulous planning, bringing your dog along is the best decision you’ll ever make!  But Fido can’t plan his own road trip. So, you’ll have to do it for him. Preparing for a safe doggie road trip should be priority

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  • New Puppy Shopping List!

    Posted June 29, 2017 By in Dogs & Family, Educational, Training Your Puppy With | Comments Off on New Puppy Shopping List!

    When bringing home a puppy, or any dog for that matter, it’s good to be prepared. Puppies require a lot of time and attention, so making unplanned trips to the store to pick up needed supplies can make the experience stressful.  But that’s why we’re here to help. Below you’ll find a new puppy shopping list, to

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  • 15 Fun Tricks To Teach Your Dog | Denver Dog Training

    Posted March 30, 2017 By in Dogs & Family, Training Your Puppy With | Comments Off on 15 Fun Tricks To Teach Your Dog | Denver Dog Training

    Everyone knows that dogs need physical exercise, but did you know that mental exercise is just as, if not more, important? It’s true! Not only do dogs need mental stimulation in order to stay sharp but regular training keeps dogs happy. There is also the added benefit that training your dog regularly results in a stronger bond

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  • 6 Denver Pet Stores You + Fido Have To Visit!

    Posted February 23, 2017 By in Dogs & Family, Educational With | Comments Off on 6 Denver Pet Stores You + Fido Have To Visit!

    Denver is a very dog friendly city and there’s definitely not a shortage of boutique pet stores around. But as a pet owner, you should know that not all Denver pet stores are equal. Over the years, the following stores have excelled in knowledge, customer service and putting our furry friends first. They opt for

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  • 8 Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Denver

    Posted February 9, 2017 By in Dogs & Family With | Comments Off on 8 Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Denver

    With the warm weather we’ve been having lately, so many people are getting anxious for Spring and are ready to get their dogs out on the trails. I know everyone at Noble Beast Dog Training is. But where will you take them?  Here’s our list of 8 Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Denver! Platte River

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  • Children and Dog Bites: What Is Really Behind The Numbers?

    Posted December 13, 2013 By in Dogs & Family, Uncategorized With | Comments Off on Children and Dog Bites: What Is Really Behind The Numbers?

    Allowing children on the floor with family dogs that have the freedom to move away is one thing. Forcing dogs to stay while allowing children to sit on then, hug them, pull on them, or even allowing a child to interact with a dog (family or not) when there is a valued resource like a

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