25 Life Hacks for Dog Owners

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  1. sarganser says:

    Brilliant post
    I think most people get puppies but forget to educate themselves on dogs needs, you need to train puppies not to pee on the carpet, not to chew shoes or how to heel but this does not come naturally and first time pet owners seem to forget this.

  2. Tayrina says:

    Awwww, while reading this post reminds me of my two dogs and all the things I can do for them and with them. Great ideas! Specially the ones for exercise and fun! Great post.

  3. Hi Rae, you have some interesting points. I was really hoping you were going to tell me what to do about an aging Jack Russell who has decided to bark whenever she wants to tell us something. She barks because we’re sitting down and her basket isn’t where we are. She barks because we move it, and really she wanted you to change rooms! She barks because she wants to go for a walk, and then barks because we want to walk and she want to stand in one spot and sniff. We love her to bits, but one day I’m going to get down on the floor and bark back at her! X is for the X factor as you Build a Better Blog. #AtoZchallenge.

    • Rae Blogs says:

      Each breed is different but when your dog barks you can try turning into into a command such as SPEAK. Then when she stops give the command such as QUIET or HUSH and see if that helps. It’ll take some time but could be beneficial. Letting your dog sniff while on walks is good for mental stimulation but be sure it’s in a spot that it’s okat to sniff. We don’t want any dog getting hurt or sniffing something that isn’t good for them.

  4. Cecilia says:

    Cool tips. I love packing tape, it’s so easy to use and I think it’s better than a lint roller. My dog loves it when I hide treats inside an old toilet roll.

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