Working From Home with Dogs – Puppy Edition – 7 Tips to Stay Productive While Keeping a Puppy Quiet

Working From Home with Dogs – Puppy Edition – 7 Tips to Stay Productive While Keeping a Puppy Calm and Quiet // Working from home with a puppy can be a little challenging if you don’t know these 7 tips. Learn how to be productive while working from home with puppy training. Maybe you remote work or own your own home business and you just got a new puppy!? We’ll talk about whether to keep your puppy in your home office or another location. Puppy exercise will need to be part of your plan when working at home. Find out how to keep a dog quiet when working from home. If your puppy barks when you are working from home you’ll find out the best way to stop this dog behavior.

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Some Common Rescue Dog Behavior Problems

For those of you dog owners who have rescued a dog from a shelter I want to say to you, thank you. Without you there would literally be millions of dogs either being put to sleep or still looking for homes. There are a few things to watch out for if you’re going to adopt a dog from a rescue group or a shelter and I am going to discuss some of these things in this article.

Solve Those Dog Walking Problems

Walking your dog can be a problem for some dog owners. Sometimes because their dogs don’t walk well on a leash. Other dogs are a problem because they show aggression and it is really embarrassing to take your dog in public. However for some people finding the time to walk their dogs is tough while there are also those dog owners who physically have a problem taking a walk, they just can’t do it. Let me take just a few minutes to offer some dog walking advice for each of these four problem areas.

Why Does My Dog Chase Its Tail?

Just about everyone has witnessed a dog chasing his tail. It is always good for a chuckle, and this could be exactly why your dog is doing it. Often chasing his tail is just a humorous little game, but sometimes it could be a sign of something more serious. It is important to understand the underlying reason why your dog may be chasing his tail.

Why Do Dogs Like To Hoard Things?

Dogs are funny because they like to do things that remind us of ourselves. Just look into their eyes and you see a mischievous streak, just waiting for you to take the bait. One thing that many dogs love to do is to take every thing they can and hide them. This is very cute until they get hold of your car keys or your slippers.

How Wet Should My Dog’s Nose Be?

We think that our dog’s nose should be wet or dry, depending mostly on what we hear from other people. Should a dog’s nose be warm, cool, wet, dry or none of these?

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