The Dog Blog — Large Dogs

DogSheetz the Waterproof Dog Bed Cover is in Production!

Posted by David Hallum on

Update! DogSheetz are now available for sale and are on their way here. The first shipment is March 10th 2018! Yay! Just a quick update on our waterproof dog bed cover: we are officially in production! We have nailed down the dates and we expect the DogSheetz to be produced by February 1st. When they get packaged and sent to my warehouse it will be in March.   We will be starting in the order that pre-orders came in.  So if you pre-ordered a long time ago, then you will get your first.  To give you a frame of reference, if...

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What Happened to the Forza No Pull Harness? Where did it go?

Posted by Amy Hempe on

We have some good news and some bad news, and to stave off any anxiety we shall begin with the bad news: The Bad News: We have just learned that the Tre Ponti Forza No-Pull harness has been discontinued. This wonderful harness has been one of our most popular items at Really Good Pets so needless to say, we are pretty surprised. This harness adjusts easily, comes in a fabulous array of colors, has a safety lock, and has a soft front strap that not only eases pulling but prevents any doggy armpit blisters. We think this harness is the...

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Should You Let Your Dog Sleep On Your Bed?

Posted by David Hallum on

Figuring out where a dog is going to sleep can turn into a needlessly complicated issue. You have your new pup at home, and while both excited and exhausted from your first day together, you lock him in his crate and you head upstairs to bed. And then the crying starts. If you are trying to crate train the pup, then you really are going to have to leave him down there. He will figure it out, but it might mean a few nights of dealing with the crying. There may even be some wake up calls in the wee-hours...

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Who gets the dog in a divorce: How to handle canine custody issues

Posted by David Hallum on

There is no doubt about it: divorces are emotional and difficult. Nobody plans to have one, and yet statistically they are about as common as staying together is. If you have decided to end the relationship and you are pet parents, this question arises: Who get the dog during a divorce? The answer is that there is no easy answer. In most states, dogs are considered property. If a dog has been purchased from a breeder or a pet store, and only one spouse is listed as the owner, then that spouse officially can determine if he or she wants to keep...

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Why Make Things Difficult? Try The Tre Ponti Ergonomic Dog Harness

Posted by David Hallum on

When it comes to choosing methods of walking your dog, there is no question that we prefer use of a harness over attaching a leash to a collar. Harnesses are much easier on a dog's throat and neck, and much easier on the dog walker's arm. They are an important tool for positive dog training, and overall, can help you have a more positive walking experience. There are many harnesses available from which to choose: for small and large dogs alike, we are in love with the Tre Ponti Ergonomic Dog Harness. The experience for both dog and dog walker...

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