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10 Reasons to Adopt a Shelter Dog

Looking for a furry friend to bring into your home? Adopting from an animal shelter can be a great option! Not only will you be saving a life, but you can experience unconditional love, reap health benefits, and break the cycle of overpopulated shelters.

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Back to School Tips for Your Dog

As summer winds down and school begins, everyone in the household – whether two- or four-legged – begins to adjust to new routines. Abrupt changes to day-to-day life can seriously affect our canine companions, however, who are creatures of habit. But with training and the right combination of food, shelter, and entertainment, everyone can quickly and smoothly adapt to the new normal.

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Bark Busters Dog Training Tips for 2022

January is officially National Train Your Dog Month but anytime is a good time to train your dog! Here are some of Bark Busters top dog training tips to help you live a happier life together with your dog!

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2021 Holiday Gift Guide

Welcome to Bark Busters’ 2021 Gift Guide!

We’ve sniffed out the best gifts for any doggo and pet parent: from fun to practical and everything in between.

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What Do Dogs Remember?

As dog owners, it’s safe to say we love our pups. Fond memories and favorite moments last long after our pooches do, and it’s easy to think that our pups’ memories work the same way. They seem to remember cues and commands, places around the house and neighborhood, and familiar people. But do they really remember the same way as humans?

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Heard it on TODAY?

Bark Busters Home Dog Training featured on The TODAY Show! Live a happier life together with your dog, when you call your local Bark Busters trainer today!

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Is My Dog Simply Aging or Is It More?

No matter how much we love our pets, the reality is they get older just like us. For many pup parents, it can be emotionally difficult to cope with the reality that the dog that brings so much joy to our lives isn't the same youthful puppy we brought home all those years ago. The fact is that we are likely to outlive our pets.

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Fire Safety Tips for Dogs and Owners

Summertime means plenty of indoor and outdoor fun. Whether you are lounging indoors or enjoying a barbeque, pool or beach trip, or campfire, humans and pups alike need to stay vigilant about fire. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) says pets are responsible for over 1,000 house fires every year in the United States, and an estimated 40,000 pets die in fires each year, mostly from smoke inhalation. In addition, July and August have been the peak months for both the number of large wildfires and acres burned since 2000. A little preparation goes a long way for keeping the whole family safe, canine companion included.

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Are You Sure Your Dog is Actually Carsick?

Our dogs are important members of our families, so it’s only natural we want them to join us wherever we go. Whether that means a summer road trip or just errands around town, however, car travel can sometimes have some messy side effects for our pooches. Is it just motion sickness, or could it be something more?

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How to Have a Fun and Safe Summer with Your Dog

It’s finally here! A summer full of barbeques, pool parties, vacations, and other fun in the sun is just beginning for humans and their canine companions. Here are the basics you need to know for a safe, summer season with your dog.

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