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The Secrets of Potty Training Your Dog

Posted by Debbie on 11/30/2013
Potty training a dog is one of the basic lessons taught to most family canines, and it's a process that needs to begin as soon as the family brings home their new furry pet. There are a few stages in basic potty training for a dog that are easy to implement as long as the family ensures consistency during those lessons. Routine and a consistent approach are everything when it comes to potty training.

A Detailed Look At Dog Belly Bands

Posted by Debbie on 11/26/2013
Dog belly bands have become quite popular. Although these bands come with a cute name, they address a problem that is very serious. Many dog owners struggle with the problem that belly bands are made to correct. Housetraining issues can be troublesome for any dog owner.

Think Doggie Diapers are Gross? Think Again…

Posted by Debbie on 11/21/2013
If the idea of putting a diaper on your dog and then having to change it grosses you out, you may want to rethink the idea. When an infant is born and for several more months, parents have no issue with changing messy diapers. If your family pet needs to wear diapers, for his convenience and yours, why should that be any different?

SENIOR MOMENTS - Even our dogs have these times...

Posted by Debbe Nadon - Kennel Komforts on 11/20/2013
As pets get older, they may develop new undesirable behaviors. We would expect changes due to a disease to affect virtually any organ of the body, including the brain. Giving extra attention to senior pet's health will help them live longer and healthier lives.

The Benefits of Educational Video Books

Posted by Debbie on 11/18/2013
Educating children of today can be challenging with the bombardment of media and Internet in everyday life. Whether you are a teacher or a parent, incorporating the use of educational video books with your children's education regime is highly recommended. Using educational video books provides a number of benefits that are sure to come in handy as your children progress in education and with age.