How to Choose the Best Dog Breed for Your Lifestyle

Posted on Sep 6th 2023

Whether you are looking to get a dog from a breeder or to rescue one, it is important to know what you’re looking for in a dog so that both you and your dog have a happy life together! Here are some important things to consider when choosing the right dog breed for your lifestyle.

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Dog Sitting or Boarding: Which is Better?

Posted on Sep 5th 2023

As much as we love our dogs, part of dog ownership inevitably involves leaving them behind when we travel, and they can’t come along. Of course, you want to provide the best care you can for your dog in your absence, but what does that look like? The answer largely depends on your dog. As pet ownership in the United States has increased, so have the options for pet care. Here are some helpful tips to help you figure out the right care for your dog before traveling.

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Spending Your Summer with a Service Dog

Posted on Jul 12th 2023

Your service dog is a critical and loved part of your life. As their owner, you want to keep them safe, healthy, and happy throughout all your adventures, especially in summer. Dog Training Elite offers service animal training to teach your dog basic behavioral training and the necessary skills to support you and your needs.

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Does Your Dog Need a a Haircut? Summer Grooming Tips with Dog Training Elite

Posted on Jun 5th 2023

As the temperatures rise and the sun shines brighter, keeping your furry friend comfortable and well-groomed during the summer is essential. Grooming plays a vital role in maintaining your dog's health and happiness. Let's dive into some summer grooming tips to keep your pup looking and feeling their best.

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How to Ease Your Dogs Separation Anxiety When You Travel

Posted on May 16th 2023

Leaving your furry friends behind when going on a trip can be a stressful experience for both dog and owner. Separation anxiety is common among dogs and can cause them to exhibit destructive behavior or excessive barking when left alone. Continue reading more with Dog Training Elite.

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