5 Illnesses to Watch Out for in Your Puppy

Dog Illnesses

Puppies’ immune systems aren’t very strong in their first years of life and because of that, they’re more at risk of developing illnesses. If left untreated, some of these illnesses can be life-threatening, so it’s important to know what the signs and symptoms of some of these ailments are, and how to prevent them. To help you protect your pup, here is a […]

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5 Pawesome Options to Stop Your Pup from Pulling

Does your pup get too excited on walks sometimes and end up pulling on their leash? Over time, if a dog frequently pulls on their leash, they could develop fatal long-term health injuries. To prevent this from happening, changing to a different kind of leash, harness or collar can significantly reduce your dog’s frequency of pulling. To keep your dog’s […]

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7 Easy Ways to Beat Your Dog’s Boredom

For many animals, boredom is a biological phenomenon that occurs when the brain wants stimulation. When dogs are bored, their boredom can lead to stimulatory actions such as biting and chewing furniture or carpets or scratching up floors. In order to prevent these bad behaviors, it is important to keep your dog from becoming bored. But how can you beat doggy boredom? Here are 7 easy […]

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Adopt Don’t Shop: Why I Support this Important Movement

Editor’s Note: Please welcome our newest intern to Project Pawsitivity, Samuel Chillette! Samuel majors in English at Westchester Community College. He lives with his family and their dog, Roscoe. Animals that are up for adoption need our help but more importantly, they need our love, affection, and companionship; they’re a lot like us in that regard. Just like we feel things, they feel things […]

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