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Get Moving: It's National Canine Fitness Month!

Get Moving: It's National Canine Fitness Month!

April is National Canine Fitness Month, so today we are talking about all of the ways you and your dog can get active and enjoy the sunshine.

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Getting Real About Puppy Training

Getting Real About Puppy Training

Today we hear from Dog On It's Marketing Intern, Katie Reitz, as she tells us about her experience training her puppy. Listen is as she gives us the inside scoop on crate training, bell training, indoor grass-patch training, and more! She even provides us with some links to her life-saving resources at the end. 

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National Dog Day!!!

National Dog Day!!!

National Dog Day!!! I don’t know about you, but I am so excited to celebrate today! I am utterly obsessed with my dog, and to me, nothing is better than having a whole day dedicated to celebrating my baby boy. Before I get started on ways to celebrate National Dog Day, I want to tell you a little bit about Diesel, my five-year-old Boxer.  Everyone always asks if I have a dog, and as soon as I hear the question, I just get so excited because I have the chance to talk about him. To me, he’s the cutest dog...

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5 Simple Treats to Make with Your Pup

5 Simple Treats to Make with Your Pup

As a dog owner, I know I only want to give my dog the best treats and know exactly what I’m feeding him—the downside to getting well-made, healthy snacks, and how expensive they can be in the store. So I have compiled five of my favorite treat recipes that I make for my dog and thought I would share with you! All are relatively simple and don’t require many ingredients, but the best part is how much your dog will love them! They are the perfect little reward for training or even just being a good dog!  Feel free to...

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Fostering a Dog: My Experience and How To

Fostering a Dog: My Experience and How To

Times are a bit lonely right now and who knows how long this quarantine will last. One great idea if you are looking for a companion for a while is to look into fostering a dog. It is so easy and insanely rewarding. In today’s post, I’m going to take you through my foster experience and how you too can help a pup out that is in need.  During my sophomore year of college, my roommate Serena and I really wanted a dog, but, like other intelligent parents, ours weren't too thrilled about this idea. A few of our friends...

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