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Frequently Asked Questions 

The list of Frequently Asked Questions below has been created to help and inform dog owners and potential dog owners.  Please take some time to read and review the information. If you have a question that is not on the list, please feel free to contact us with it. Becoming your dog’s trusted best friend takes a little time so don’t expect it to happen overnight. Consistency in training is the key.

General Information

How Do I Get My Dog to Trust Me?

How Do I Choose the Right Veterinarian?

How Often Do I Need to Walk My Dog?

How Far Should I Walk My Dog?

Help, I Don’t Think My Dog Can Be Trained?

Why Should I Spay or Neuter My Dog?

Is It Common for Dogs to get Lazy After Being Altered?

When Do Dogs Start Shedding?

What Is the Difference between Animal Rights & Animal Welfare Groups?


What is a Puppy Mill?

How Old Should a Puppy be Before I Can Take It Home?

How Soon Should I Begin Training My Puppy?

Training Questions

What Does it Mean to “Bond with a Dog”?

Should I Punish My Dog when it “Goes” in the House?

How Do I Keep My Dog from Digging in the Yard?

Why Should I Get My Dog Used to a Dog Crate?

How Do I Know What Size Dog Crate To By?

My Dog Is Afraid to Go Into His Crate, What Can I Do?

How Can I Keep My Dog from Submissive Peeing?

How Do I Introduce a New Dog to My Dog when It Comes Home?

What Can I Do to Help My Dog With His Separation Anxiety?

Is it True that Dogs Jump On You to Show Dominance?

Health & Wellness

Do Dogs See in Color or Just in Black and White?

What Are Some of the Basic Dog Healthcare Issues I Need to Know About?

Can Switching from Puppy Food to Dog Food Cause Loose Stools?

Is It OK to Give my Dog Rawhide Bones and Treats?

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