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Check out these cute puppies barking in this dogs barking videos compilation.
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In the early days of housebreaking, you also want to make sure the puppy has a place to relieve herself where she feels safe; a place that seems and smells familiar. Have you noticed how dogs will often eliminate in the very same spot they’ve done so before? The scent acts like a trigger.
5. If never spayed or neutered, a pair of dogs can produce 66,000 puppies in 6 years.
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You’ll also find that crate training is useful for sequestering rambunctious dogs when you have company over, during car travels, and for making sure a new puppy or anxious dog is safe and happy at night – i.e. not eating everything that’s left within reach, tearing up furniture, or soiling the floors. With the right genes, two light-colored dogs can have black puppies.
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You see, Theodora's real-life family pups always came from the local animal shelter. Unlike the shiny new, replicated pedigree dogs sold in the toy stores, Theodora's dogs were often quirky mixed-breed companions. No two were alike. One had crooked teeth. One was blind. One was just plain crazy! But to Theodora, a mutt is the most loyal, loving, and fun friend on the whole planet. Those are the kind of "stuffed" dogs she wanted.So we researched factories in far-off lands, but quickly discovered that Shelter Pups didn't belong there. The good people who make toys in crowded foreign factories work very long hours and make very little money. Theodora didn't like that idea. We also learned that most stuffed animals are made with lots of harsh, dangerous chemicals. All of this made Theodora a little uncomfortable. She said, "But we don't live in China or Mexico or India, we live in America." Another good point. We knew it would be silly to make dogs in puppy mill factories around the globe, and stuff them uncomfortably onto giant ships to be sold in America. "We should make them here, so I can make sure they are the best dogs ever. Lots of our friends are good at making stuff. It will be fun!" So we set out to find a way to make the world's best stuffed dog in the good ol' USA.And she had a good point. It seemed only right that the profits from The Shelter Pups would go to help the real dogs that inspired them. We warned her that in order to pull this off we would have to find a very smart way to make these dogs.Some shelter dogs are a little bit rough around the edges. Maybe even oddballs. But they are all loyal, loving, and fun companions. We are committed to helping these dogs receive quality care while waiting for their "forever homes". A true pack leader always does whatever benefits the greater pack - even when that means being an oddball and doing things differently! That's why every ShelterPup adopted .This could have been the end of our story. But Theodora continues to make sure that we don't forget the thousands of real dogs waiting in animal shelters around the country and her original purpose for The Shelter Pups.Donations of all sizes are important to the development of a Seeing Eye puppy or dog. Visit our donation page to learn more about how you can contribute to a Seeing Eye dog’s special destiny.