Anyone raising a puppy knows it is hard work. But is there anything more rewarding than having a sweet puppy around? If you have never house trained a dog, and are considering getting a puppy for the first time, you are not alone. You can house train your dog in no time with a few tips and tricks!
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Ohh yeah free stuff! Who doesn’t love it? It’s always great if you can find something for free that you were planning to buy anyways. No matter how deep your pockets are. As any dog parent knows, there are many costs associated with caring for your dog and they can add up fast. If you are a dog parent on a tight budget, a few free things here and there can really make a big difference. You might be surprised how much free dog stuff is actually available to you if you know where to look.
If you are a dog owner, chances are you have hired a dog walker at some point. When I was working in an office 9-5 I hired a dog walker. My dog Thor needed someone to come by around noon daily. A dog walker allowed him to get some exercise, checked his food and water, and took him for a bathroom break. If you are in good shape and enjoy spending time with dogs, this could be a great job for you. Check out the tips below to get started on your journey to become a professional dog walker.
All dog owners want a well-behaved and easy going dog. This requires proper care, exercise, and of course training. If you have considered a career in dog training, a huge market for your services awaits! There are many opportunities to help others train their dogs. There are even charitable opportunities to help dogs and people with special needs. This can be a dog lover’s dream come true! But how do you navigate making the leap? Start your journey today with these tips.