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Indoor Games to Play with Your Dog

Dogs love to play outside, no matter what the weather or situation. But when circumstances won’t allow for it, pet parents must get creative at home in order to entertain our furry friends! Here is a list of indoor games to keep your dog healthy, happy, and enhance the bond you share.

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Working From Home With Your Dog?

Do you now find your self working from home? Some dogs ease into this scenario and are able to be with their owners throughout the day without exhibiting behavioral issues. For others, however, there are a number of problems that may arise - such as dogs demanding attention by barking or whining, often at the worst possible times. 

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Letter From Our CEO

New Safety Measures and Support Resources Available

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How to Choose the Right Breed

Whether you are looking to purchase or adopt your first furry friend or add an additional member to your family, there are several important questions to ask before making the big decision.

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10 Reasons Why I Love Boston Terriers by Nicole Martel

The Boston Terrier is a great family pet! Learn why Bark Busters expert dog trainer and behavior therapist, Nicole Martel, loves this featured breed.

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2019 Holiday Gift Guide For Dog Lovers

Bark Busters has sniffed the Internet and found eleven gifts we think any dog lover is sure to love. Some will bring a smile to the recipient’s face, and some are practical. Keep reading to find some great ideas for that dog lover in your life!  

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Pets As Gifts

The holidays have arrived! It’s the season of giving, and we love finding the perfect gift for our friends and family – after all, there’s no better feeling than giving someone special a present that brings a big smile to their face.

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Keeping Your Dog Safe On Halloween

Adults and kids alike love the Halloween holiday – it’s a great excuse to decorate your house, get dressed up, eat candy, and celebrate all things spooky. However, within this fun holiday, there are many potential dangers to our pets!

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Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome (CDS)

Dogs are susceptible to physical and cognitive degeneration in the same way as humans, and since there is no way to stop it, it’s important to become familiar with the signs of Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome (CDS).

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Does your Dog Show Signs of Compulsive Behavior?

Does your dog show signs of compulsive behavior? He may be suffering from a condition known as CCD (Canine Compulsive Disorder).

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