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  • Hiking Adventures

    February 14, 2019

    Now that the temperature is rising and spring draws nearer, it’s time to get back outdoors with your furry pal! One fun activity you can share with your dog is a good hike. Fresh air does everyone good, but here are some tips for when you take your dog hiking. What to bring When you…


    Why Clicker Train?

    September 6, 2018

    Holiday season will be here before we know it, and we all know that puppies are a common gift for families during the holidays. Nothing can compare to the joy and love a brand new puppy can bring. That is until he starts nipping your toes or stealing your shoes! As your pup adapts to…


    Know Your Dog: Siberian Husky

    With the latest issue of our newsletter, we’re going to learn more about the Siberian Husky. One of the Husky’s most prominent features is their eyes. The Husky can have either bright blue or brown eyes, or even one of each. We can trace the Siberian Husky back to the Chukchi people of northeastern Asia…


    Dog Emotions

    Did you know that a wagging tail isn’t  always a sign that your dog is happy? Did you know that sniffing the ground doesn’t necessarily mean they’re hungry and looking for food scraps? Dogs give us lots of signals on a daily basis to communicate different emotional states. Whether it be happy, scared, stressed out,…


    Seven Tips for a Fun and Safe Beach Trip

    June 4, 2018

      Wow! It’s already time to start thinking about shopping for those Back to School supplies! Worry not, though. You do still have time to squeeze in a last minute beach trip. Here are some quick tips if you should decide to take your dog along with you: First of all, make sure your dog…


    Tips for a Reactive Dog

    May 26, 2018

    It is easy to label a dog and write them off or become frustrated with them when they show undesirable behavior. At Click Treat Play, we prefer not to label dogs. Instead, we will identify the specific behavior that needs work and the condition in which it is observed. At that point, we can begin…


    Camping with your dog

    February 18, 2018

        The preparation – this is essential to get right so we can enjoy the trip and not become frustrated by some detail we overlooked. We are assuming that your pets are comfortable staying in the tent or RV. We have compiled this quick guide to make it easier for you, some items seem…


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    Canine Arthritis

    October 24, 2017

    Arthritis in dogs is one of the most common health problems seen by veterinarians. Unfortunately for dog owners, dogs are so resilient and tend to ignore soreness and discomfort, thus making it hard to spot any early warning signs. Many dog owners and vets don’t see these signs until the arthritic changes have significantly progressed….


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    Halloween Safety Tips

    Halloween is a fun and festive time of year for us humans with all the costumes, candy, and Halloween movie marathons. Our four-legged family members, though, may not share the same joy and excitement for the holiday as we do. What’s fun for us can be scary for our dogs, so here are some tips…


    Know Your Dog: Pug

    Alright, folks It’s time to learn more about another breed! This time, we’ll be taking a closer look at the Pug. Officially recognized by the AKC in 1885, the Pug is one of the oldest breeds of dog. The Pug is of Oriental origin, showing some similarities to the Pekingese. Pugs were a common dog…