Category Archives: German Shorthair Pointers

Information on the German Shorthair Pointer breed. Plus more.

Bringing A Puppy Home

Bringing a new puppy home is an exciting time. As exciting as it may be for you, it is equally terrifying for your new puppy. You will be taking him from his safe place, from his mother, and from the … Continue reading

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Dogs’ Separation Anxiety by Lisa Smalls

How you can help your dog with separation anxiety.Pets bring incredible joy to their owners and are often considered valuable and irreplaceable members of the family. And, to their credit, pets return that love tenfold. This is perhaps especially true … Continue reading

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Leash Train Your Puppy

by: Caroline Golon Thanks PupBox Puppies can begin leash training when they are teeny tiny. As surprising as it may seem, pups can begin learning leash skills at four to six weeks old. Pretty impressive, huh? It is best to … Continue reading

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Before Bringing Home A Puppy-Be Ready

There are necessary items that you must have at home before bringing home a puppy or a new adult dog for that matter.  Life would have been difficult when I brought Simba home if I had not been prepared.  Simba, … Continue reading

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Pet Insurance Limitations and Pre-Existing Health Conditions

by Andrew Rombach Pet insurance is a rapidly growing industry. In 2017 the pet insurance industry was worth more than $1 billion, and that’s expected to double to $2 billion by 2022, based on data forecasts from the market research … Continue reading

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Whether To Buy Pet Insurance or Not

I get many emails from new GSP owners asking whether or not they should buy pet insurance. Pet insurance is a personal choice that should be made after researching the subject well.  There are many questions you should ask not … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Simba; My Promise

Today, Simba, my best friend turns 11. She has been by my side every second my life’s greatest and the worst moments since she entered it. Always loving me unconditionally. It doesn’t matter my mood, she is always there full … Continue reading

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A Dog’s Separation Anxiety and Boredom Buster

A Dog’s Separation Anxiety and Boredom Buster Simba and I have written many times about the separation anxiety that Simba suffers especially when she was younger and Gypsy’s boredom issues.  Simba has exhibited separation anxiety through numerous different symptoms.  These … Continue reading

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Train Dog Not To Pull

Train Dog Not To Pull You know those dogs that pull hard, all the time no matter what lead or technique is used to train her to slow down.  Meet my sister, Gypsy.  She has actually pulled my mum off … Continue reading

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Blaming The Wrong Dog

Blaming The Wrong Dog Mum has been finding destruction in the house when she gets home from work.  However, she is blaming the wrong dog, me!  My sister, Gypsy, is real good at being sneaky.  Mum never sees her digging … Continue reading

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