FITDOG BLOG: OFF THE LEASH

For the trail blazers and tail chasers

Andrea Servadio
Andrea Servadio
January 25, 2018
Behavior
Sincerely, Fitdog
Training

How to make your dog’s training last

By Andrea Servadio, the co-founder and owner of Fitdog. Post updated on 1/2/2020.  This year was the ClickerExpo’s 15th anniversary and my first time attending the expo. We went on Friday with the goal of meeting trainers and identifying...

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Angela Brittain
Angela Brittain
January 16, 2018
Activities
Diet
Events
Food & Treats
Health
Health Watch
Lifestyle
Local
Trends
Wellness

What I Learned at Doggie Cooking Class

I recently attended a cooking demonstration at Just Food For Dogs in West Hollywood. Through this experience, I learned three things: Kibble is gross It's so easy to give your dog a fresh, healthy meal This company is...

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Angela Brittain
Angela Brittain
January 12, 2018
Sincerely, Fitdog

How pop culture has influenced our understanding of dogs

For many people who grew up in homes where pets were not allowed, their first interactions with animals may have been through a song, a storybook, or a movie. Perhaps you grew up watching Toto tease the wicked witch and came to...

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Angela Brittain
Angela Brittain
January 09, 2018
Activities
DIY
Lifestyle
Trends

Doggie DIY: Turn old t-shirts into a rope toy

The next time you feel like purging your closet, consider making a DIY t-shirt rope toy for your pup! This project takes about five minutes, repurposes old clothes, and gives your dog a new, exciting gift without breaking...

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Angela Brittain
Angela Brittain
December 22, 2017
DIY
Lifestyle

Doggie DIY: 3 ways to turn old boxes into dog games

Hey, wait! Before you recycle that empty Amazon box, imagine your dog being occupied for hours, worn out and happy after a long afternoon of playing. This doesn't require pricy toys or a robotic fetcher, and it puts...

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