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Show Me - Say What?

Not much causes as many problems in relationships as does a lack of communication. Whether human to human, or human to dog; listening to what the other party is telling you will help circumvent unnecessary misunderstandings. While humans may use words as their main form of communication, dogs primarily communicate with visual cues or body language. When those [...]

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4 Tips on Selecting Treats for Your Dog

At Three Dog Bakery, we’re passionate about happy, healthy pups. And it’s precisely that unconditional love for our furry four-legged BFF’s that inspired us to create the world’s first dog bakery—stocked with healthy, drool-worthy treats. In fact, many consider ours the very best in the animal kingdom. Crafted from scratch in small batches, our highly skilled pastry chefs use only [...]

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Training Tip Tuesday - Replacing the Food Bowl with Food Stuffed Toys

You've walked your dog. You've played ball in the yard. But, when you sit down in the evening, your dog still has excess energy to burn. You just need a few minutes to yourself. What do you do with your dog?Time for a food stuffed toy!Remember, we discussed the fact that if dogs lived in [...]

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New Product! Grain-Free Biscuits!

At Three Dog Bakery, we're always updating our menu to provide your dog with the best new treats made with simple, real ingredients. With so many, healthy, drool-inspiring options available your dog is sure to have a wagging tail.Take a bite out of life, and treat your best furry friend to something better! Our new [...]

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Getting to Know You - Afghan Hound

If you’ve ever seen an Afghan Hound moving, you will have seen poetry in motion. From their flowing hair to their suspended gait, Afghan Hounds are pure elegance. They are one of the most ancient of breeds, dating back thousands of years, and hail from the Middle East. They are well adapted to the harsh living conditions [...]

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Training Tip Tuesday - Overview of Food Stuffed Toys

You've walked your dog. You've played ball in the yard. But, when you sit down in the evening, your dog still has excess energy to burn. You just need a few minutes to yourself. What do you do with your dog?Time for a food stuffed toy!If dogs lived in the wild, they'd spend a significant [...]

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Chester & Rodney - Rodney’s Debut

My name is Rodney. I am a three and a half month old Berger Picard puppy. My biological father Chester is an award-winning author, so I figured it was high time I followed in his wordsmith footsteps. He’s also an athlete and actor, so it was fitting that I recently followed in his thespian footsteps, too. [...]

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Training Tip Tuesday - Wait to exit the vehicle

Welcome to Training Tip Tuesday -- Wait to exit the vehicleIf you've been following along over the past few weeks, you and your dog have accomplished a lot. Not only have you learned what the "wait" cue means, and how it differs from the "stay" cue, but you've also started to use it in real life, too. We've taught [...]

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Training Tip Tuesday -- Wait to go out the door

Welcome to Training Tip Tuesday -- Wait to go out the doorOver the past few weeks, we've focused on the "wait" cue for our dogs. We went over what it means, and how it differs from the Stay cue. We also started to to use it in real life!Wait simply means pause for a moment and [...]

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Training Tip Tuesday - Wait for a collar & lead

Welcome to Training Tip Tuesday -- Wait for a collar & leadOver the past two weeks, we discussed the Wait cue. We went over what it means, and how it differs from the Stay cue. We also started to to use it in real life!Wait simply means pause for a moment and wait for me [...]

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