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Picking out the Best E-Collar for Your Hunting Dog

Avid waterfowl hunters alike understand the importance of a loyal hunting dog. There’s nothing quite like having your four legged pal swim through the freezing cold water to retrieve a duck you just shot. In order to make this happen, you must train your dog the importance of obedience at a young age. The use of an electronic collar is absolutely critical in order to make this happen. Before you(…)

Canidae – Pet Food Made By Pet People

In any industry there is a difference between a company that is strictly focused on the number of products or services they sell and a company that is truly committed to providing a product or service that will make a difference. The pet food industry is no different. Canidae is an independent, family-owned pet food brand committed to offering healthy pet food options made with all natural ingredients. The company(…)

Keep Your Dogs Visible & Safe With Ultra Paws Gear

Keep your dogs safe this winter with gear from Ultra Paws at Blain’s Farm & Fleet. As the days grow shorter and the nights grow longer, it’s important to be sure you keep your dog visible in the dim light of twilight and beyond. With this in mind, Ultra Paws has released several new products to keep you and your dog safe! Find the perfect winter accessories from Ultra Paws(…)

Tackling Your Dog’s Car Anxiety

Learn how to tackle your dog’s car anxiety with these tips from Kurgo. Your dog is your best friend, which means you want to bring him/her with you everywhere. But do you have one of those dogs that just doesn’t travel well in the car? Car sickness, excessive slobbering, barking or whining are common signs that your dog suffers from travel anxiety. Don’t worry, there are many solutions to helping(…)

How to Know if Your Dog Will Like the Taste of His Food

Find the right dog food for your pup with Hill’s Science Diet and Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Whether you’ve added a new furry family member, or you’re changing your dog’s diet, you might be asking yourself – “how do I know if my dog will like the taste of his food?” Blain’s Farm & Fleet and Hill’s Science Diet are here to help. When it comes to feeding your dog,(…)

10 Tips for Hiking With Your Dog

Make the most of your hiking trip with these 10 tips for hiking with your dog. Our dogs are like family, and we want to bring them on adventures with us – including hiking. While dogs and humans alike can enjoy hiking, it’s important to make a few adjustments if you’re bringing your four-legged family member with you. With these 10 tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you can have(…)

5 Ways to Keep Your Dog Cool This Summer

Help your dog keep cool this summer with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Summer heat can be hard on everyone – especially our pets. When the weather is nice and warm, it’s the perfect time to get our canine friends running around outside. However, it’s important to help your dog cool off and beat the summer heat. With these tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you can help(…)

How to Stop Your Dog from Chewing

Learn how to stop your dog from chewing with these tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Dogs like to explore, there’s no question about it. One way they express their curiosity is by using their mouth. Chewing on stuff is just another way that dogs get new information, like their senses of sight and smell. Unfortunately, this can pose a danger to your dog and your home. If your dog(…)

5 Basic Commands To Teach Your Dog

Learn about five basic dog commands with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Training your dog requires patience, hard work and time. But if you’re willing to put in the effort, it can help form a strong bond with your pet and keep your dog safe. There are five basic commands that you can teach your dog with some training. Follow along with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. 1. Come Getting your dog(…)

Tips for Dogs Who Eat Too Fast

Learn how to stop your dog from eating too fast with these tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Some dogs eat really fast. While you may not think it’s a problem, it can actually lead to health complications. Dog who eat too fast can suffer from gagging, choking and vomiting. There’s also a chance of a more serious health problem–gastric dilation, commonly known as canine bloat. Dogs can suffer from(…)

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