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Pic of the Litter: Luke Skywalker

Pic of the Litter: Luke Skywalker

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Pic of the Litter: Luke Skywalker

Luke Skywalker

Luke Skywalker

Nickname: Luke

Breed: Labradoodle

Favorite two-legged friend: My mom

Favorite four-legged friend: I love all animals!

Top Toy: I love all the toys!

Top Treat: I love all the treats!

Biggest Turn On: Treats!

Biggest Turn Off: No treats!

Famous feat: Eaten a number of socks and survived

Favorite Spot: On the bed!

Often Heard Phrase: Don’t eat that sock!

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Nothing compares to the excitement and joy of bringing a new four-legged family member home to love and care for.  But when that home is an apartment, special considerations must be made before and after adopting. Here are our tips for ensuring you and your pet are both happy and comfortable with apartment living.

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Ease your dog slowly into new routines. If the family member who normally walks or sleeps in the same room as him will soon be spending less time at home, give these tasks to someone who will be around more consistently. Start slowly making these changes a week or two before the change of routine.

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Training skills can lapse during the unstructured summer months. With routines changing, teaching your dog a new trick or two can help keep him included in the back-to-school routine. Teaching tricks is easier than you think. You just need patience and some treats. Remember to keep training sessions short and to the point. Shaking hands and the leg weave are fun, simple tricks that will keep your dog feeling part of the new household routine.

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