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mojo s tips for dogs

Be aware of your surroundings while hiking with your pup!  Read our tips on how to keep you both safe.

Keep your mojos nails short round. Visit your groomer once a month.

After being stuck indoors over the winter, your dog needs to be reintroduced to other dogs, sounds, smell and wild animals to reduce their stress and anxiety. Read our blog post on "Spring Training: Reintroducing your dog to the real world"

Flea and Tick season is upon us.  Make sure your pup is protected.  Read our blog post on "Springing into action with your dog's health"

Excercise, Discipline and Love (in that order) are the first things I teach owners during puppy or dog training classes.

What does this mean? 

A tired dog is a happy dog and only you know how much walking or running your dog needs.  Discipline - they should know the basics - place, break, stay, sit, heel, slow, out and no.  A dog that doesn't obey will lead to frustration and stress. Petting and giving unearned affection will train your dog to behave however they want because they know they will get affection from you regardless, so why should they listen.  Your dog doesn't know or understand your house rules, so you have to teach them.  Once they learn, you will have a well-rounded life companion that will lower your stress and give you unconditional love.

Read our blog post on How Much Work Is a Dog Really? to find out more.

 

Read our blog post on why grooming is so important to your dog's health. As an expert, I love grooming because it let's you check your dog for anything unusual or different. This means you can catch problems such as ticks, fleas, or infections at the early stage. This can save you a lot of worry and money because most issues are easier to treat before they become serious!

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These three components are the perfect formula for a healthy and happy dog. Training is important not just for discipline but also to help strengthen the bond between you and your dog by establishing boundaries. Daycare keeps your dog well exercised but more importantly keeps him/her socialized. Grooming is not just about aesthetics. More importantly, a good groomer may recognize things like skin conditions or suspicious lumps and bumps

Together these components are the key to your dogs success.

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