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From training tips, to shelter needs, the Pibble Press is here to help educate you on everything you’d like to Learn About Pitbulls! Check out our articles below and feel free to email us with any requests!

Saving Pit Bulls, one wet nose at a time

Coming Soon: Kennel to Couch Expansion!

Coming Soon: Kennel to Couch Expansion!

Kennel to Couch family, we have some exciting news! In our efforts to work towards expanding our mission, we have ended our relationship with our old training provider. The in-person training we were providing was unfortunately a limiting factor due to its centralized...

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Renting with Pets: How to Prepare

Renting with Pets: How to Prepare

Do you own a dog but want to rent an apartment or condo, town home or house? If so, it’s vital that you’re fully informed before initiating this all-important process. Why? Because too many dogs are either abandoned or surrendered to animal shelters as a result of...

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How to Read Dog Food Labels

How to Read Dog Food Labels

To maintain the health of the dog, it is essential to provide the animal with an adequate amount of balanced food on a daily basis. There are certain nutrients that an animal cannot lack (e.g., proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals, fibers, water). As a...

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Kennel Cough: What is it and What to do About It

Kennel Cough: What is it and What to do About It

Kennel cough or infectious tracheobronchitis in dogs is usually caused by a combination of Bordetella and viruses like canine distemper or canine influenza. These viruses weaken their immune systems and attack the cilia (microscopic eyelash-like filaments) lining...

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K9 Veteran’s Day: Remembering Sergeant Stubby

K9 Veteran’s Day: Remembering Sergeant Stubby

As we celebrate K9 Veteran's Day this weekend, we remember a famous Pibble who served dutifully and became a decorated hero! Stubby was a brindle-patterned terrier mix who became the official mascot of the 102nd Infantry Regiment. He served 18 months in 17 battles....

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What to do When your Dog Ingests Foreign Objects

What to do When your Dog Ingests Foreign Objects

Woe to those careless doggy owners who leave temptation – most famously socks – within easy gulping reach of their curious canine companions. Notorious for eating items they shouldn’t, dogs can cheerfully chew and swallow almost anything. So what do you do when your...

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Cushing’s Disease in Senior Dogs

Cushing’s Disease in Senior Dogs

Named after noted American neurosurgeon, Harvey Cushing, Cushing's disease occurs when your dog’s body makes too much of a natural steroid hormone called cortisol. This hormone helps him respond to stress, control his weight, fight infections and keep his blood sugar...

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Tail Biting and Chewing in Dogs 

Tail Biting and Chewing in Dogs 

Most dog owners readily admit to smiling at the silly sight of their dog chasing his tail. But when an occasional tail chasing episode becomes a habit or if it devolves into tail biting or chewing, what was once viewed as cute may, in fact, be worrisome. Consider...

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Diabetes in Senior Dogs and How to Cope

Diabetes in Senior Dogs and How to Cope

Has your senior dog been drinking a lot more water recently, and having to urinate more frequently? Has he begun losing weight despite being hungrier than usual and wanting to eat all the time? If so, you may have a diabetic dog on your hands. While the exact cause of...

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