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Disclaimer: Diggs sent me a Revol Dog Crate and a Snooz Pad to test and write an honest review on my blog. My opinions are my own and I think this crate rules. This post contains affiliate links. The Diggs Revol Dog Crate is a product that both you and your dog will actually want to …

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I partnered with Hotels.com to bring you this dog-friendly guide to Yosemite National Park. Yosemite was California’s first national park and is a designated UNESCO World Heritage site. The park covers an area the size of Rhode Island and sees some 4 million visitors annually. Of course, visiting with a dog means that you won’t …

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Hiking with a dog that has leash reactivity can be extremely frustrating. From owners who do not obey leash laws to those who allow their dogs off leash with no recall, finding safe spaces to enjoy the outdoors with your dog takes work, skill, and planning. Other dog owners may tell you that your dog …

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I partnered with Hotels.com to bring you this dog-friendly guide the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is the second-most visited national park in the US, and for good reason. The mile-deep gorge located in Arizona stretches over 270 miles long and up to 18 miles wide, making it one of the biggest canyons on earth. …

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Teaching a few basic dog training commands right off the bat goes a long way in terms of obedience, relationship building, and leadership. The biggest keys to success for teaching these essential commands is consistency, clear communication, and accountability. Working with your dog daily will result in better proficiency with obedience. For example, I set …

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Disclaimer: Voyagers K9 Apparel sent me a Winter Coat to test and review. I have purchased other jackets from the brand previously because I love the quality and design. I test my products thoroughly and in various conditions and always give my honest thoughts. In search of a functional, high quality, durable winter coat for …

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In recent years, I’ve become a huge fan of winter adventures. The cold weather keeps people indoors, which means less crowded trails. The right winter gear for dogs (and humans!) makes these winter outing much more enjoyable. As they say, there’s no bad weather, only bad clothing. I love how the snow completely changes the …

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Many dog owners have the idea that meeting every dog you pass during a walk is an essential part of dog socialization.  It is not. On-leash greetings are actually the opposite of what you want to do. Rather, they are a great way to cause fights, reinforce poor behavior, and damage the bond between you …

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