Puppy Teething: What You Need to Know and Do

Puppies have sharp milk teeth used to explore the world. Teeth are survival tools that allow them to eat food, chew, and defend themselves. Teeth are also social and communication tools used to get attention, wrestle, and play. 

Leash Training Made Easy

You just got a puppy. Now you'll need to pick your leash and collar or harness to begin leash training. Lancaster Puppies offers tips you can use now. 

House Training a Puppy When You Work Full Time

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House training a puppy requires time, patience, and positive reinforcement, but this can be complicated when you work full time. What’s a pet parent to do? Discover seven ways to tackle the problem.

Top 11 Kid Friendly Dog Breeds

From Beagles to Shih Tzus, these sturdy family dogs do well in homes with youngsters. Lancaster Puppies rounds up the top 11 child-friendly dog breeds.

10 Ways to Be a Responsible Dog Owner

Explore 10 tips from Lancaster Puppies to help care for your new best friend. 

How to Keep Your Dogs Off the Furniture

If you think animals shouldn’t be on the couch there are a few techniques you can learn to change their behavior. Lancaster Puppies teaches you how to keep your dog off the sofa.

Clickers: The Secret to Training Dogs Fast

Discover how to use positive reinforcement and clicker training to shape your new puppy's behavior. These tips will fast track your puppy's learning and reduce your frustration.

What Are the Benefits of Owning a Gun Dog?

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If you want a gun dog that will love hunting as much as you do, browse Lancaster Puppies’ selection of Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, and more.

Is a Labrador Retriever Right for You?

Will a Labrador Retriever be right for you? Lancaster Puppies says these dogs work well in different lifestyles but these dogs might not be a good fit for everyone.

Things to Know Before Adopting A Dog

As any dog owner will tell you, dogs are awesome! They don't judge you if you quit running on the treadmill five minutes before you're supposed to. They don't roll their eyes when you reach for your second donut. They are willing yes-men who make you feel good about yourself. They are loyal, fun loving, and generally great to have around. However, dogs also come with responsibility. For the sake of both you and your future best friend, you should do some homework on deciding which type of dog to buy. Here are some dog guidelines to think about before purchasing your pooch...

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