Review: Chuckit! Sport Launcher Dog Toy (2018)

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Shopping for dogs depends on your dog and his personal preferences. While some dogs will have fun with virtually any toy, others are exceptionally picky. Still, every dog needs at least a few toys. If your dog loves a good game of fetch, the Chuckit! Sport Launcher is going allow you both to have a lot more fun!

Fetch isn’t just entertaining for your dog. It’s also a great way to get Fido some extra exercise and foster the bond between the two of you. Playing with your pup is a great way to have fun and relax together.

Our Labrador, Saddie, LOVES to fetch. Yes, she is a retriever, so it’s in her nature to enjoy this type of activity. When I heard about the Chuckit! Sport Launcher, I knew this would take our fetch game to the next level.

Chuckit! Sport Launcher Dog Toy

Chuckit! Sport Launcher Dog ToyAs you can see in the photo above (and in my video review), our dogs LOVE chasing after a tennis ball. They do enjoy playing a traditional game of fetch, but the Chuckit! Sport Launcher has definitely made the game better – especially for Saddie. Saddie loves to run, and I can’t throw the ball far enough on my own for her to need to sprint to retrieve it.

The Chuckit! Sport Launcher allows you to throw a tennis ball up to 3 times farther than you can on your own.

Chuckit! Sport Launcher Dog ToyThe company claims that you can launch a standard tennis ball up to 140 feet with this toy. The launcher shown in my review has a 26″ handle, but it is also available in 12-, 18- and 25-inch lengths. Models with a shorter handle do not throw as far as the 26″ model that I’m demonstrating in this review.

There are Chuckit! launchers available to throw tennis balls from 2-3.5″ in diameter. The launcher that I have uses a standard 2.5″ ball.

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Chuckit! Sport Launcher Dog ToyAs you’ll see me demonstrate in my video review, you don’t have to bend down to pick up a tennis ball with this launcher. I love this feature, but it means I don’t have to pick up slimy, drool covered tennis balls anymore. I’m sure you’ll have to bend a bit with a smaller model, but you still won’t have to touch the ball with your hand.

The Chuckit! Sport Launcher is made of lightweight plastic and features an ergonomically designed handle. It’s very easy to use, but if you have poor upper body strength or an injury to your arm or shoulder, you should NOT use this dog toy.

The launcher that I have (26″ length and a medium size) is currently selling on Amazon for $9.95. You can purchase other lengths and sizes for $6.95-$22.84, depending on the size that you choose.

I think this product is an excellent value for the money. These are made with durable, strong plastic, and I have no doubt that they will last for many years. If your dog loves to fetch, this product will take a lot of strain off of your shoulder and make the game even more fun for your pooch.

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Review: You & Me Upsy Daisy Pop Up Pet Stairs

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Small breeds typically need some assistance to get on beds, couches or other higher platforms. You can lift them up and down or you could invest in a set of pet stairs like this option from You & Me. Many pet owners don’t think about purchasing dog stairs until their canine companion needs them due to old age or an injury.

Research has shown that it’s actually beneficial to have pet stairs available for any dog that needs to access furniture, bedding or vehicles. When your pet jumps up and down from furniture, all of their weight lands on their joints. This unnecessary pressure adds up over time and can really take a toll on your dog’s shoulders and hips.

You & Me Upsy Daisy Pop-Up Pet StairsPurchasing a set of pet stairs is a quick and easy way to resolve this issue. If you’ll be using the stairs in more than one location, you should find a set that is easy to move around. You also need to consider the length of your dog’s legs compared to the size of the stairs. And, let’s not forget that you’ll need to choose a set that is high enough to access the area your dog will be climbing to.

When shopping for dog stairs, it’s important to choose a product that is the appropriate size for your pet. The stairs shouldn’t be too steep, and the depth of the stairs needs to be appropriate for your dog’s leg length.

Safety features are also important, and I’ll tell you about the safety features of the You & Me Upsy-Daisy Pop-Up Pet Stairs in this review. Side rails and traction stability are important features to consider. Of course, checking the weight limit is also important, because you don’t want the steps to collapse under the weight of your pup.

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You & Me Upsy Daisy Pop Up Pet Stairs Review

You & Me Upsy Daisy Pop-Up Pet Stairs ReviewAs you can see in the photo above, these pet stairs are meant for small breeds. Our 30-pound Beagle, Molly, can’t fit her entire body on the You & Me Upsy Daisy Pet Stairs. The company claims these stairs can hold dogs weighing up to 70 pounds, but a 70-pound dog would never fit on them.

In my video review at the top of this article I demonstrate how simple it is to put these dog stairs together. The frame folds out and the plastic steps just snap on. There is also a removable plush cover for these stairs, and it’s machine washable.

You & Me Upsy Daisy Pop-Up Pet StairsI wish there were more sizing options available, but there is currently only one size available. These Upsy Daisy Pet Stairs measure 18″H x 14″W x 12″L, and the step dimensions are 14″W x 6″D.

Although the frame is not as stable and strong as I’d like it to be, it does fold for easy storage. This folding feature also makes these dog stairs ideal for pups that travel frequently.

You can currently buy the You & Me Upsy Daisy Pop-Up Pet Stairs on Amazon for $22.49 + $6.99 for shipping and handling. I would recommend getting a sturdy set of stairs if your dog weighs more than 40 pounds or so, but if you have a very small breed, I’m sure these stairs will be suitable.

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Why Do Dogs Bark at the Mailman?

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Does your Fido turn into Cujo whenever the mailman arrives? Are you beginning to not receive some of your mail and suspect that it’s due to the man or woman being afraid of your pooch? Many owners have this problem, but why do dogs bark at the mailman and often attempt to attack these people? Here’s why that happens and some tips on how to stop your dog’s behavior.

It’s a known fact, popularized in movies and cartoons, that many dogs act crazy around a mailman. A survey from the U.S. Postal Service showed that at least 500 mailmen out of over 6,000 respondents became victims of a dog attack in 2016. The government agency has also proactively made its staff undergo dog safety seminars to know how to handle a potentially dangerous situation.

But why do dogs bark at the mailman, and what makes our otherwise friendly canine companions hate the man who delivers your bills and letters so much? Here are a few possible reasons below.

Protecting the Territory

Why Do Dogs Bark at the MailmanFrom where the dog sits, the mailman or the mailwoman, as well as the utility people and delivery guys and gals from UPS or FedEx, are the trespassers and intruders on their turf. It is the dog’s natural instinct to protect its territory, which has its food and pack (family).

Looking back the history of dogs (and wolves), this behavior dates back to the ancient times when canines and their ancestors roamed in the wild in an uncivilized world. Their territorial nature ensures the safety of their caves. Domestication further boosted their protective nature, as dogs worked alongside villagers. They would bark to alert their masters when they sense a threat or danger.

Stranger Danger

Dogs turn aggressive towards the mailman because he’s a stranger. Even if the person keeps coming back to deliver the mail to you, the dog doesn’t really see the mailman’s established relationship with you since the person delivering your letters and other goods doesn’t stick around for much longer. The mailman is not like a friend, who’s also a stranger to your dog, whom you welcome into your home during a short visit.

Furthermore, from the dog’s perspective, the reason why do dogs bark at the mailman the way you pooch sees is that his barking makes the mailman leave your home immediately, so it’s conditioning. This gives the dog a sense that he has successfully protected you from the stranger.

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Reinforced Behavior

Speaking of conditioning, a cycle is created each time the dog barks at the mailman and the mailman leaves. It reinforces the behavior in dogs, which are creatures of habit.

It also elicits a type of hormone that makes the behavior addicting in dogs, according to a study published in Frontiers in Psychology. So as this cycle is repeated, you might notice that the dog starts barking minutes before the mailman actually arrives because the animal has learned to notice the anticipatory cues as well.

Making Friends with the Mailman

How to get a dog to stop barking at mailmanResponsible owners, however, teach their pet dogs to temper down the behavior of barking and aggression, as it could trigger a dangerous situation with someone getting seriously hurt. Now that you know why do dogs bark at the mailman, it’s best to have your dogs trained early on. Socialize them and show how to behave around other people, regardless if it’s your friend or a stranger.

If you haven’t had the chance to train your dog to socialize with different people as a puppy, you can still teach your pet to learn to like the mailman through positive association in a few simple steps that you need to keep repeating.

Move your dog away from the window or door so he won’t see much of the mailman approaching and become too reactive. If your pet remains calm or listens to your command to “sit” or “stay,” then reward the animal with treats or dog cookies whenever the mailman is there. Keep doing this positive reinforcement until you see a change in the dog’s behavior.

It might also help to ask the people who make deliveries to your home to give your dog a cookie or a doggie treat the next time they are back. Place the treat inside the mailbox and let your mailman know about it so he can hand it to the dog. In due time, your dog will start wagging his tail whenever the mailman approaches.

Lastly, never let your dog roam free on the yard if he hasn’t learned to listen to your cues when it comes to the mailman. Be patient and be consistent with your training, especially with older dogs.

Knowing and understanding why do dogs bark at the mail and how their mind works from the perspective of protection and conditioning can help owners to fix this issue much quicker and more effectively.

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The 10 Best Thanksgiving Treats for Dogs

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Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful for everything good in your life, and since all pets easily fall into this category, it is also a perfect time to show appreciation for them on this favorite holiday. The best Thanksgiving treats for dogs can be store bought commercial treats or homemade dog treats. Just be sure to select ones that are healthy and safe for your canine companion.

None of us pet parents want to leave our dogs out of the Thanksgiving feast. However, since Thanksgiving dinner is made of rich, fat foods, sharing your meal with your dog is probably not the best idea and can be dangerous for the dog. When you feed your Fido such human food, you are risking food poisoning or even pancreatitis.

But there’s a way to get your pooch involved in the Thanksgiving dinner anyway – safe and appropriate thanksgiving treats for dogs that will also be healthy for your pet. Most of the dog treat recipes below are easy to make and don’t require any special ingredients. In fact, you can probably make most of them alongside your normal Thanksgiving dinner.

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The 10 Best Thanksgiving Treats for Dogs

Best Thanksgiving Treats for Dogs

Commercial Thanksgiving Treats for Dogs

You want to surprise your pooch, but your cooking skills just aren’t that great, or you simply don’t have enough time to do it? There are some great dog treats for Thanksgiving you can find online and get your dog included in your holiday feast.

1. Plato EOS Turkey with Cranberry Dog Treats

Plato EOS Turkey with Cranberry Dog TreatsThe company is already famous for making some unique and tasty treats and foods for pets, and they’re not missing an opportunity to give something to dogs on Thanksgiving either. These amazing Thanksgiving treats for dogs are made from fresh and completely natural turkey and cranberries, just like the traditional Thanksgiving dinner. They are also grain-free and include plenty of minerals and vitamins for the pup.

It’s a perfect after-dinner dessert for the dog – you don’t have to do anything at all except to serve Plato EOS Turkey with Cranberry Dog Treats, since they are already slow-roasted and ready to go. They are both healthy and delicious and your dog will certainly have something to be thankful for on Thanksgiving if you treat him with this sweet surprise.

2. Bubba Rose Thanksgiving Gobble, Gobble Dog Treats

Bubba Rose Thanksgiving Gobble, Gobble Dog TreatsThese chicken and peanut butter flavored Thanksgiving treats for dogs are completely organic and natural. One box comes with four homemade treats and your canine friends will love them, especially since they come in different sizes and shapes. You will get a drumstick, a pie, a turkey face and an orange nugget – basically everything you need to make your dog excited about Thanksgiving.

Another important thing to know about Bubba Rose Thanksgiving Gobble, Gobble Dog Treats is that a portion of every purchase goes to various animal rescue groups. Not only will you be buying yummy Thanksgiving treats for dogs, you will also be helping animals all around the world.

3. Merrick Classic Grain Free Thanksgiving Day Dinner

Merrick Classic Grain Free Thanksgiving Day Dinner Canned Dog FoodWhile this isn’t actually Thanksgiving treats for dogs, it makes a great snack or food topper for your pet during the holidays. This delicious dog food is good for both adult dogs and puppies, since it is grain free and has no artificial preservatives, flavors and colors. It is made with fresh fruits and vegetables from the USA, and of course, fresh turkey meat. It’s particularly useful for pet owners who don’t have the time to cook Thanksgiving dinners for dogs and would rather use something premade.

Merrick Classic Grain Free Thanksgiving Day Dinner Canned Dog Food is the closest thing you can find to the real Thanksgiving dinner in a can, since it has everything – sweet potatoes, green beans, apples, carrots, etc. If you want your dog to truly feel the spirit of Thanksgiving, give them this dog food.

4.  Solid Gold Superfoods Treats (Turkey and Sweet Potato)

Turkey meat is a must-have tradition when it comes to Thanksgiving and your dog will surely love to enjoy some while the rest of your family digs in. When it comes to turkey dog treats, there aren’t any better than these superfood treats from Solid Gold. They are grain free and extremely tasty according to majority of dogs (or their humans, rather).

They are made from natural ingredients and contain a great deal of nutrients while being relatively low in calories, so you don’t have to worry about your pooch becoming overweight or feeding him fillers if you give him these treats. In fact, just looking at the ingredients, Solid Gold Superfoods Treats (Turkey and Sweet Potato) are likely to improve your dog’s digestion and overall health.

5. Blue Buffalo Turkey Day Feast Canned Dog Food

Blue Buffalo Turkey Day Feast Canned Dog FoodNot Thanksgiving treats for dogs, but this is another traditional Thanksgiving dinner in a can that is really delicious. With real turkey as the main ingredient, and fresh vegetables and fruits as others, this dog food is both tasty and healthy for your dog.

Of course, there are no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives involved in making Blue Buffalo Turkey Day Feast Canned Dog Food. One smell of this food will make your pooch drool and after he is done eating, he will feel the real spirit of Thanksgiving for a long time.

6. Woof Bakery Gourmet Biscuits with Yogurt Icing

Woof Bakery Gourmet Biscuits with Yogurt IcingThese tasty Thanksgiving dog treats come in a gift bag that includes 1 turkey biscuit, 1 turkey leg, and three fall leaves. That’s more than enough to make your dog feel happy about the turkey day holiday together with the family.

These Thanksgiving treats for dogs are made with Honey Oat recipe and glazed with colored yogurts that give Woof Bakery Gourmet Biscuits with Yogurt Icing a truly beautiful look. These biscuits can be consumed at any time, but it is probably best to treat your dog to them right after the Thanksgiving dinner and only then, given that while they’re delicious to dogs, it’s best not to feed these on a regular basis.

TRY THIS RECIPE: Thanksgiving Dog Treats with Sweet Potato and Pumpkin

DIY Homemade Thanksgiving Dog Treats

If you really want to surprise your pet and give him fresh and delicious Thanksgiving treats for dogs, all you have to do is follow our instructions and you will end up with a bunch of tasty dishes! These recipes are easy to make and don’t require almost any additional ingredients aside from those that you will be using for your Thanksgiving dinner.

7. Turkey & Cranberry Dog Treats

Turkey and cranberries are not just a traditional combination for Thanksgiving, they are also an amazingly good combination to make dog treats. Turkey is tasty and dogs love it, while cranberries are great for your dog’s health.

Turkey & Cranberry Dog Treats

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup cooked turkey
  • 1 cup whole cranberries
  • 1 egg
  • 3-1/2 cups whole wheat flour
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1/2 cup water or broth

If you are cooking the turkey for your dinner while you are making these Thanksgiving treats for dogs, then you can use the broth and you won’t need the oil. On the other hand, if you are using frozen turkey then oil is needed if you don’t want your treats to be dry.

Start by preheating your oven to 350 degrees and greasing two cookie sheets. Then, you should mix the flour and baking powder in a bowl. Add turkey and egg into a blender with some broth or water if you need it and mix it until the turkey looks like baby food. Then you add cranberries and mix it all until the mixture is completely smooth.

Add this mixture into the bowl and stir with the rest of the ingredients to make a thick dough that you will knead on a floured surface. Don’t use too much flour. Use cookie cutters to make the shape of the treats. Bake the treats in the oven for 30 minutes and serve them to your canine buddies after they have cooled off nicely.

SIMILAR RECIPE: Simple & Healthy Doggy Meatloaf Recipe

8. Sweet Potato Dog Treats

There is no Thanksgiving dinner without sweet potatoes and if you want your dog to enjoy them too you should make him these delicious treats.

Ingredients:Sweet Potato Dog Treats

  • 1 sweet potato – baked, peeled
  • 1 cup tapioca flour
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tablespoon honey

Start by preheating the oven to 325 degrees. Mix all of the ingredients in a bowl and make a sturdy dough – you may need to add a teaspoon of water if the dough is too dry or a bit more flour if it is too wet. Roll out your dough to make it half of inch thick. Use cookie cutters to cut dough into shapes and then bake them for around 10 minutes. Let them cool before you serve them to your dog.

SIMILAR RECIPE: Sweet Potato Fries for Dogs

9. Pumpkin Pie Dog Biscuits

Pumpkin pie is another thing that is always served at Thanksgiving and you shouldn’t let your dog miss out on this sweet dessert. Additionally, pumpkin is full of fiber which is great for your dog, and it is also low in fat, so you won’t have to worry about his weight if you feed him these delicious Thanksgiving treats for dogs.Pumpkin Pie Dog Biscuits

Ingredients:

  • 1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
  • 2 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1 cup rolled oats
  • 1 tablespoon cinnamon
  • 1 tablespoon ginger
  • 2 tablespoons canola oil
  • 1/2 cup fresh pumpkin
  • 1/4 cup natural peanut butter
  • 1/4 cup water

Preheat your oven to 325 degrees. Use a medium bowl to stir the canola oil, peanut butter and pumpkin together, and use a large bowl to mix the following ingredients: flour, baking powder, oats, cinnamon, and ginger. Make a hole in the flower and put the pumpkin mixture in. Mix both of the mixtures together slowly, adding water in the process, until you make a sturdy dough.

Knead the dough on a floured surface and then roll it to 1/4 inches of thickness. Cut the dough with cookie cutters and bake for around 10 minutes and leave the cookies in the oven for another 30 minutes after you turn it off. Let them cool off completely before you serve them to your dog.

SIMILAR RECIPE: Pumpkin Peanut Butter Homemade Dog Treats

10. Turkey and Sweet Potato Meatball Dog Treats

If you want to make your dog drool, making meatballs with turkey and sweet potato is a sure way to accomplish this.

Ingredients:Best Thanksgiving Treats for Dogs

  • 1 lb. shredded or ground turkey
  • 1 sweet potato
  • 1 egg
  • 1 ½ tablespoon cinnamon
  • 1 cup oats
  • 2 tablespoons fresh parsley
  • 2 tablespoons honey

The first thing to do is to bake the sweet potato. Poke a few holes in it and bake it for 40 minutes in an oven preheated to 400 degrees. You can also microwave it for 10 minutes. Let it cool for a while after it is done.

Pull the skin from sweet potato and put it into a big bowl. Mix egg and parsley in a blender or chopper and add it to the bowl with sweet potato. Add turkey, cinnamon, oats, and honey as well and mix it with your hands until it is combined well.

Roll the mixture into balls and put it on a large cookie sheet that you will spray with cooking spray. Put it in the oven that you preheated to 350 degrees and cook it for 20 minutes. Let the meatballs cool off and serve them to your dog.

All of these Thanksgiving treats for dogs can be stored in a refrigerator as well and served at a later date. So, don’t hesitate to make more of them now and treat your dog in the future as well.

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New Study Explains Detection Dog Errors in Sniffing Poop

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Did you know that there are dogs working to specifically save wildlife? They’ve been helping conservation sites in over two decades now, and a new study is taking a detailed glimpse into their jobs.

Despite their strong sense of smell, detection dogs that have been trained to keep track of other animal’s scents in conservation sites still make mistakes. The errors happen four to 45 percent of the time, where the dogs end up locating the wrong targets.

Usually, dog handlers attribute the mistakes to errors during the canine training. But this new study from Washington University confirmed that there might be three potential variables beyond the common perceptions.

“While the reasons underlying coprophagy in domestic dogs are still fuzzy, it is known in wild canids that coprophagy is natural and is often associated with territoriality or nutritional benefits. So while the finding that coyotes will consume puma scat is novel and has various ecological implications, coprophagy occurs naturally under a variety of circumstances.”

How Detection Dogs Work in Conservation Sites

Detection dogs use their sense of smell, and not their sense of sight, to find specific targets, such as scat or droppings, that indicate whether there are other animals in the areas. Conservation sites use the detection dogs in place of other alternative means, such as a camera photo trap and other invasive equipment, to identify the presence of endangered animals.

The dogs are deemed effective because they can smell animal poop that has been fragmented on the ground, or hidden behind bushes, or rained on, or eaten by other animals. But while finding the wrong scat don’t always mess up with the system, testing the droppings that turn out to be false positive cost time and resources.

Sniffing out error in detection dog data
Scientist Karen DeMatteo and her scat-sniffing dog Train on a mission to preserve jaguars, pumas, bush dogs and other carnivores in the forests of Northeastern Argentina. Credit: Karen DeMatteo/Washington University

Part of biologist Karen DeMatteo’s work is to track endangered pumas and other secluded animals in conservation sites in Argentina. She has worked with a number of scat-detection dogs and trainers to know how often the mistakes occur.

DeMatteo said in the press release that the mistakes couldn’t be always attributed to the dogs’ training. The conservation site has such a complex ecosystem that it’s possible some targeted scats could be altered.

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When Animals Eat Other Animals’ Poop

The scientist said that a potential reason for the inaccuracy could be because coprophagy, or the eating of feces, is common and natural to animals. Domesticated dogs, and even cats, also exhibit this behavior, which humans find appalling.

However, in the wild, eating another animal’s poop has some nutritional benefits. It’s also associated with a defense of its territory. It’s not unusual in conservation sites to find puma droppings contaminated by coyotes that have tried to eat it, thus altering the type of scat that the detection dogs might find.

When Animals Eat Other Animals' PoopSometimes, targeted scats might also have urine markings from other animals. As other animals also pick up the droppings with their mouth, then the scat can be contaminated with their saliva. These naturally occurring incidents also affect the ability of the detection dogs to accurately identify and locate their targets.

The Study’s Implications

In the U.S. detection dog training has been growing in numbers for the last two decades, especially as there’s an increasing requirement for their kind of work in conservation projects being undertaken all over the world.  Most of these detection dogs are actually rescue dogs. Handlers spend at least 13 weeks for a dog to learn the scents of 12 different species.

These dogs, however, are not trained to chase after the wildlife. But their purpose of saving the wildlife often raises questions on the standard of training.

DeMatteo stressed that while detection dog training is still the biggest factor to inaccurate detection, the variables she has identified must not be discounted when taking in generic test results of scat samples. The study highlights, therefore, the need to eliminate such contaminated samples when doing genetic tests, as it might impact how conservation workers detect parasites or diseases or determine the general health and well-being of in the endangered animals.

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7 Things That Many Dog Owners Do But Shouldn’t

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We all adore our pets, and because we love them so much we sometimes choose to ignore, or don’t notice the ways we negatively impact their behavior and health. After awhile, certain issues like barking, begging, growling, and biting becoming a prominent issue in your household, followed by noticeable health problems.

Here are some things that many experienced and educated pet owners or canine experts will often look down upon. It’s also something for you to reconsider the next time you’re having dinner, adopting a new puppy raise, or taking your pooch out for a walk.

1. Reward Your Dog at the Wrong Times

Reward Your Dog at the Wrong TimesIf we’re honest, we can all admit that we’ve accidentally encouraged bad behavior in our dog due to ignorance or succumbing to those puppy eyes. It’s still common among pet owners, and usually happens when we feel like we’re doing something harmless.

Typically, this means when your dog begs hard enough, you finally give in and let them have some of your table scraps or that extra serving of dog treats. Or when your dog is barking at someone, you gently say “it’s okay” in hopes of calming them down.

Since many of us feel like canines are our babies, we give them baby-like treatment when we need to be more firm. In truth, our pups actually enjoy a structured environment, they thrive from it and need to know where their place is in the family. Without giving your dog a stern “No!” every once in awhile, they’ll assume that they’re the leader and you aren’t. Pay attention to the way you interact with your pet, and figure out if you could use some education and training on dog training, too.

2. Give Your Dog Human Snacks

Harking back to the above point, another reason you shouldn’t give in to your dog’s begging is because it could become a problem for your pup’s health. Potato chips, fried foods, and snacks that are high in sugar can cause serious health issues in your pet.

If you notice that your dog has had an itchy rash that won’t go away, an ear infection that keeps coming back, or hot spots that they just won’t stop chewing, it’s possible that the food you’re giving them is contributing to the problem.

3. Assuming Your Dog Will Get Along with Everyone

Even though you probably have a friendly, fun-loving pup who wants to meet everyone, these feelings may not be reciprocated by other humans or dogs. If you’re walking through the park and see another pet on a walk with their owner or playing with a ball, in most cases you should just give space and leave them be.

Assuming Your Dog Will Get Along with EveryoneAlthough you may simply want to be another friendly dog lover, or meet and greet, there’s always the off chance that two strange dogs won’t get along right off the bat. It’s better to carefully arrange a play-date with someone who is familiar.

A person who doesn’t know you or your dog may not react in a good way either. The last thing you want is for your pup to get hurt in a fight with another dog, who you thought would be friendly.

Not to mention, you never know what kind of illness a strange dog could be carrying. An exception to this might be (but not always) a regulated dog park or other canine friendly locations where socialized dogs are able to roam freely and interact safely, and are more likely to be vaccinated and not carry diseases like parvovirus or distemper.

4. Being Lazy About Specific Hygiene Needs

Most of us groom our dogs religiously, but we also need to pay attention at specific needs of each individual dog. Each breed is unique, and therefore has its own requirements for health and hygiene. For example, double coated dogs require different grooming care and long haired breeds need more regular brushing and general grooming than short hair breeds. Otherwise, hair grows into their eyes, blocks their ears, and collects urine around the private areas.

Similarly, some dogs have nails that grow much faster than others and need to be trimmed accordingly. They may have different face grooming or paw grooming requirements too. So have a good look at your dog and ask whether or not they’re getting everything they need from you in terms of their health. Consult with a professional pet groomer if you have to.

5. Use a Retractable Dog Leash

Use a Retractable Dog LeashThis is more often seen in smaller dogs, but retractable leashes – while very comfortable and convenient for a pet owner – just aren’t safe and are frequently to blame for dogs who end up severely maimed or killed. Additionally, retractable dog leashes can seriously hurt dog owners too through rope burn or even by cutting through the skin on your finger.

Data collected as far back as 2007 shown that 16,564 people treated for injuries were related to dog leashes. Over 10% of those cases involved children 10 and younger and over 23% involved injuries to the finger.

Due to this, new laws banning retractable dog leashes are now coming out. In general, a regular rope and handle leash is your best bet and much safer than a retractable leash, and gives you far more control. It won’t malfunction and it’s highly unlikely that a thick rope or leather lead will break. What’s even better than that is a no-pull dog harness which has even been scientifically proven to be safer for dogs and owners than any leash.

6. No Veterinary Appointments Until Necessary

As the year goes by we get busy, and we barely have time to get ourselves to the doctor for a yearly checkup. Since our dogs age faster than we do, their health deteriorates much more quickly as well.

This is why it’s important to have a professional take a look at your pet on a yearly basis, at the very least. It doesn’t take very long for dogs to develop medical issues and even emergency health problems like cancer, diabetes, bad hips, glaucoma, and an array of other serious conditions.

Prevention is better than treatment (and it’s cheaper, too). Your vet may be able to recommend what kind of supplements or probiotics your dog will need as they move into their senior years to prevent specific issues. Eventually, your pup is going to have stiff joints, some hair loss, and might even lose some of their vision or hearing no matter how well you think you’re able to care for them on your own; you need a professional opinion and a preventative treatment plan well in advance, before it’s too late.

7. Leave Small Children Alone with Pets

Leave Small Children Alone with PetsYour dog might be a guardian angel for your children, and watching over them might given your pet a sense of joy and purpose. However, small children and infants should never be left alone with canines due to safety concerns. And any kid must be taught about how to behave around dogs.

Because many pet owners ignore this warning and requirement, dogs became the 2nd most dangerous animal in the United States according to most recent data. And if you’ve seen the news in the past few years, you probably remember hearing stories across the nation about children being severely maimed or killed by the family dog. Then we ask ourselves how such a sweet bond could go so horribly wrong…

The truth is, dogs are still animals and might be unpredictable, and smaller children don’t completely understand how animal behavior works if they haven’t been taught. Kids themselves are still learning about what is and isn’t appropriate in the human world. If left unsupervised, they’re more likely to hit, kick, bite, or pull a dog’s tail in a harmless attempt to be playful, but a dog might only have so much patience. Science has shown that aggression in dogs is most often observed around kids, too.

Additionally, each dog will respond differently to a new baby that is brought into the home. The way they smell and sound is very unfamiliar, and some pets don’t realize that this is just a tiny human, not a squirrel or small prey animal. Keep everyone safe, never leave pets and children alone and teach everyone how to interact with each other.

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Top 10 Cool Thanksgiving Dog Collars

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It’s fun to share the holidays with your family members – including your furry family members. Sometimes just bringing Fido with you to the family gatherings is enough, Top Best Thanksgiving Dog Collarsbut other pet owners wish to be a bit more festive. The best Thanksgiving dog collars are an easy way to include your pet in the holiday fun!

Just remember that these collars aren’t just for show. Your dog will have to wear it for at least a few hours at a time. You need to ensure that you find a collar that fits and is comfortable.

We’ve found 10 of the best Thanksgiving dog collars, and evaluated the pros and cons of each one. Here’s a quick look at our top five choices, and we’ll go into more details about each collar down below:

Thanksgiving Dog Collars Price Quality Rating
Blueberry Pet Spirit Collection Designer Collar $ B 4.6/5
Schmoopsie Couture Thanksgiving Turkey Collar $ A 4.7/5
Caninedesign’s Thanksgiving Collar $ A+ 4.8/5
Country Brook Design Deluxe Collar $ A 5.0/5
Up Country Gobble Gobble Thanksgiving Collar $$ B+ 4.5/5

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Top 10 Best Thanksgiving Dog Collars

1Blueberry Pet Spirit Designer Collar

Blueberry Pet Spirit Collection Designer Dog CollarMark the start of the holiday season with a Thanksgiving collar for your wooly friend. Blueberry Pet introduces its Thanksgiving Spirit Collection with designer dog collars, and you’d love this Turkey pattern in autumn colors with removable felt maple leaf accent. The collar is durably constructed of high-quality polyester webbing for optimum comfort on the skin.

For convenient fastening and maximum adjustability, the Blueberry Pet Spirit Collection Designer Dog Collar has eco-friendly plastic press-stud buckles, plastic adjusting slide, and metal D-ring. Medium size has a length that’s adjustable from 14.5” to 20” and a width of ¾”, and is recommended for dogs weighing up to 45 pounds. For a secure fit, measure your dog’s neck circumference allowing two fingers to fit between the collar and your pet’s neck.

Most helpful review (read the full Amazon review): “Love Blueberry collars. Highly recommend them for your pets. Bought this for my grandpuppie. My goal is to have one for each holiday plus I have purchased others for her. Then matching…”

 

2Schmoopsie Couture Turkey Collar

This Thanksgiving Dog Collar from Schmoopsie Couture is proudly made and handcrafted in the USA and you’ll love its strong nylon strap. Unlike the Blueberry collar, the turkey face pattern along the collar’s length was not directly printed on the orange nylon webbing. Instead, it was printed on the brown ribbed US designer ribbon accent and sewn to the orange nylon webbing.

This is one of the best Thanksgiving dog collars because it is equipped with a plastic buckle and slider for adjusting and fastening and a heavy-duty metal D-ring for leash attachment. The strap of this medium-size collar is 1-inch wide strap and 11”-17” adjustable length. There are three widths to choose from with the Schmoopsie Couture Thanksgiving Turkey Dog Collar, but 1” is the widest. You may check out the other collar sizes, and matching leashes, too.

Most helpful review (read the full Amazon review): “Great quality & ships timely! Plus you get a nice personalized card thanking you. Very nice. Love the collars. We had experienced some collars slipping and not keeping their size, not these they are…”

 

3Caninedesign’s Thanksgiving Collar

Caninedesign’s Thanksgiving Dog CollarThis bright-colored Thanksgiving Dog Collar from Caninedesign has all the trappings you’ll want for the upcoming festive holiday celebrations. It is made of grosgrain ribbon accent sewn on heavy-duty webbed nylon. It features a sturdy slightly contoured side-release buckle and slide adjuster for locking and adjusting, and a metal D-ring. The needlework is solid and uses box stitching where needed to prevent from unraveling.

There are three sizes for this 1-inch wide collar, ranging from medium through extra-large. The extra-large size has an adjustable length of 18”-26”. You’d love the pattern choices you have with the Caninedesign’s Thanksgiving Dog Collar, because there are five cute designs all dedicated for Thanksgiving. If you have several pouches at home, check out the other designs so each of your dogs can have his or her individual style for Thanksgiving dinner.

Most helpful review (read the full Amazon review): “Thick, sturdy and soooo cute! A great quality collar that is very fun for Thanksgiving. The medium fits our beagle perfectly…”

 

4Country Brook Design Deluxe Collar

Country Brook Design Deluxe Dog CollarLike our top collar from Blueberry Pets, this collar from Country Brook is not designed using ribbon overlay. Instead, it’s one solid polyester strap with the design directly on it. This 1-inch wide collar is recommended for large breed dogs, such as German shepherds, pit bulls, and golden retrievers. The large size will fit neck circumference of 16”-22”. The clasp is made with durable YKK contoured plastic side-release buckle for your convenience, and adjustment is an easy glide with the tri-glide adjuster.

A heavy-duty metal D-ring is also incorporated for your dog’s leash. There are three other sizes aside from this large collar. You may want to know that while this is one of the best Thanksgiving dog collars, it is also the most inexpensive item on our list. That’s quite surprising since we can see how well-made the Country Brook Design Deluxe Dog Collar is judging by the solid stitching, double box stitching, and solid nylon webbing it uses instead of ribbon overlay as we have noted earlier.

Most helpful review (read the full Amazon review): “Great quality. Very happy….”

 

5Up Country Gobble Gobble Collar

Up Country Gobble Gobble Thanksgiving Holiday Dog CollarGet your pet noticed and complimented on with this attractive red-orange collar with a repeating pattern of the word “gobble” and the image of a turkey. One of the best Thanksgiving dog collars, this model from Up Country gets the festive message across in a subtle yet unmistakable way.

This patterned ribbon is overlaid on sturdy brown nylon strap which fastens with quick-release plastic buckle, adjusts with a plastic tri-glide adjuster, and attaches to a leash with a metal D-ring. The Up Country Gobble Gobble Thanksgiving Holiday Colar is handcrafted which is the reason for its neat and pretty finish. It’s available in medium, large, and extra-large sizes. All sizes have 1-inch width. We recommend hand-washing and line drying, which should be quite easy.

 

6Schmoopsie Pink Turkey Sparkle Collar

Schmoopsie Couture Thanksgiving Pink Turkey Sparkle Dog CollarThis is one of the best Thanksgiving dog collars for the girls, but if your big boy doesn’t mind the sparkly pink design, then why not? Schmoopsie Couture offers this pretty Thanksgiving collar at a reasonable price. The core is heavy-duty nylon strap with a superimposed white designer ribbon. The ribbon overlay has a cute turkey design in brown, pink, and sparkly highlights.

Matching white plastic buckle and tri-glide adjuster and a metal D-ring complete the collar. There are four sizes available – extra-small, small, medium, and extra-large. However, the smallest size of the Schmoopsie Couture Thanksgiving Pink Turkey Sparkle Dog Collar is only 1/2” wide, which renders the design almost unrecognizable. The most ideal width to appreciate the cute patterns would be 1” and only the extra-large has that width. The other sizes have 5/8” width.

Most helpful review (read the full Amazon review): “I really like the collar, I would recommend going with the wider band if you want to see the design though. The collar is very well constructed and I will definitely be buying additional collars in…”

 

73 Dirty Dawgz Pilgrims and Indians Collar

3 Dirty Dawgz Pilgrims and Indians Thanksgiving Dog CollarsUnlike most collars in this list, the structural backing for this 3 Dirty Dawgz collar is made of Polypro webbing, a material that has high stretch resistance and is durable, too. This material is lighter than nylon or polyester webbing, thus it makes for lighter dog collars. The collar’s 1-inch width displays a colorful and festive Thanksgiving scene of Labs as Indians and Boston Terriers as Pilgrims.

There are three sizes to choose from with these best Thanksgiving dog collars – medium, large, extra-large – and all sizes of the 3 Dirty Dawgz Pilgrims and Indians Thanksgiving Dog Collars sold at the same price point. Here’s an important thing, don’t rely on your dog’s usual size. You have to actually measure your dog’s neck circumference to get the perfect fit.

Most helpful review (read the full Amazon review): “So cute! But measure before you order. I always order XL, and the collar is too big for my 85 lb Doberman. Super cute, but unfortunately I can’t put it on her because it’s just too big- and I can’t tighten it…”

 

8CritterGear’s Adjustable Holiday Collar

CritterGear’s Adjustable Dog Collar in Holiday Thanksgiving TurkeysOne unique thing about this Thanksgiving collar from CritterGear is that, though it’s also made of durable nylon core, it is covered by a printed fabric made of 100% cotton. So if you have a pet that reacts or is incompatible with nylon, then there’s no reason not to be fashionable during the holiday season. The colorful turkey pattern over gray stripes and off-white background is definitely theme-specific, too.

The CritterGear’s Adjustable Dog Collar in Holiday Thanksgiving Turkeys will make your pooch looking cool without being overly decorated, which some dogs dislike. It’s available in five sizes starting from extra-small, which is ½-inch wide and 6”-11” long, up to extra-large, which is 1-inch wide and 18”-28” long. It has the usual slide adjuster, buckle, and metal D-ring.

Most helpful review (read the full Amazon review): “Cute well made and appears to be comfortable dog collar. The collar arrived in the time promised, in good condition and looks just like the picture. I have a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who weighs…”

 

9Gobble Thanksgiving Nylon Ribbon Collar

Gobble Thanksgiving Nylon Ribbon Dog Collar by MidleeOne reason why grosgrain ribbons are a favorite overlay for collars is that they can be creatively designed, and Midlee’s Gobble Thanksgiving dog collar demonstrates that exactly. This cheerful collar plays with colors and suggestive images to form the word “gobble” and has the iconic turkey wearing a Pilgrim’s hat.

For ease in adjusting and fastening, it uses plastic tri-glide adjuster and quick-release buckle. There’s also a metal D-ring for the leash. There are only two sizes for these best Thanksgiving dog collars, and both are 1-inch wide. Medium is 10”-18” long, while the large size is 18”-26” long. Tight zigzag and box stitching were used to ensure solid construction of the Gobble Thanksgiving Nylon Ribbon Dog Collar by Midlee. The design can be worn by boy or girl pups.

Most helpful review (read the full Amazon review): “The collar is really cute but totally useless. As soon as any pressure is put on the collar, it opens. Our dog doesn’t pull hard but she pulled out of it three times in one minute. It’s a safety…”

 

10Country Brook Design Deluxe Happy Thanksgiving Ribbon Collar

Country Brook Design Deluxe Happy Thanksgiving Ribbon Dog CollarCountry Brooks Thanksgiving Dog Collar is made of 100% nylon webbing and grosgrain ribbon sewn tightly together. The grosgrain ribbon is textured with its distinctive transverse ribs. It bears a pattern of leaves and acorns in autumn colors and a greeting of Happy Thanksgiving. This design strikes a nice balance between being festive and being simple and understated.

This collar is available in medium, large, and extra-large sizes. The medium size collar is 1-inch wide and works for dogs with neck circumference between 13” and 16”.  The Country Brook Design Deluxe Happy Thanksgiving Ribbon Dog Collar is soft and comfortable, yet is sturdily made as can be seen from its durable box stitching and heavy-duty YKK plastic buckle and strap slide adjuster.

Most helpful review (read the full Amazon review): “Cute collar…”


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We never like to out one of our dogs or owners under any stress , and we always look for better ways of doing things so that we can provide the very best care. 

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Then check out this blogs tips here – Our Dream Dog  They Work !