Doglando University Blog

Here, we share our best knowledge about Canine Enrichment, and tips for giving the dogs in your care their best life possible!

5 Tasty DIY Summer Treats For Dogs

5 Tasty DIY Summer Treats For Dogs

Summer is here and so is the heat. As you enjoy some nice, cool ice cream share a homemade frozen treat with your pooch! We’ve gathered 5 of the best dog-friendly DIY treats that we serve our dogs at Doglando on hot, humid Florida days. These snacks take minutes to...

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DIY Enrichment Activities to Keep Your Dog Happy

DIY Enrichment Activities to Keep Your Dog Happy

Oftentimes, the word “enrichment” in canine care refers to creating a more challenging or difficult way for the dog to get food. Unfortunately for dogs, these activities do not keep them engaged and do little to stimulate natural species behavior. At Doglando, we...

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Essential Supplies for New Dog Parents

Essential Supplies for New Dog Parents

I was thinking back to when I was pregnant... I was adamant about two things: not finding out the gender - therefore not developing the “need” to make unnecessary purchases, and my own nutrition What a concept people have created around the things “we need” when...

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The Power of Enrichment

The Power of Enrichment

Listen, Respect and Search Their Souls To Learn More Today, I’m going to share with you two messages that were sent to me personally. The first one from Amber, who owns and operates Animal Intuitions in Chicago, she was amongst the first of our team of Play Professors...

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Experiencing Doglando’s 8 Spheres of Enrichment

Experiencing Doglando’s 8 Spheres of Enrichment

I was just getting ready to begin recording for this blog. On my recording days, Naylan knows to stay outside. It takes me at least three tries (sometimes more) to get going. He is incredibly mindful of what this experience is like for me. Before I start, I always...

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Communicating with Dogs via a Universal Language

Communicating with Dogs via a Universal Language

Today, I'm inspired to talk about how we have forgotten how to:  describe what is happening, and interpret it.  We tend to judge behaviors so quickly, with a lack of humanity, or showing very little care or concern. Recognize that the human-dog relationship...

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