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Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Is your dog afraid of thunder? Is your dog afraid of other dogs? How do you calm down your dog? Do you wish you had a quiet dog? Does your dog have separation anxiety?

Susan Sharpe founder of the Anxiety Wrap answers these questions and more. Click on the podcast below and find out how to eliminate your dog's fears and how to have a quiet dog using positive dog training.



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Joy Randel is the owner of DazzleDogDelight.com, an online store that offers a variety of high quality dog products. You can find everything from designer designer dog supplies to organic dog shampoo reviews. We are passionate about dogs and would love to send you a FREE e-Guide on how to solve barking problems and other great info. Get your FREE e-Guide now at www.DazzleDogDelight.com.

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Friday, November 23, 2012


Can dogs suffer from depression? The answer may surprise you. Anyone who has either personally struggled with depression or has a loved one who has battled its painful symptoms knows what a complicated and debilitating condition it can be. But there is something about depression that seems so, well, human. There is a gravity to it, a ring of existentialism. Does a dog really possess the depth of character necessary to suffer from such an affliction?

In short, yes. And even more fascinating is the fact that dog depression symptoms do not differ significantly from those endured by human beings. Signs of dog depression include: inactivity, listlessness, changes in eating and sleeping patterns, and a general withdrawal from people and/or activities that were once highly valued. Significant changes in a dog's life seem to be at the root of most canine episodes of depression. These changes can range from something substantial like a move to a new home to something that may seem somewhat trivial to the humans of the household, like a change in the dog's established daily routine.

While medication is occasionally used for dog depression treatment, more often than not a dog will be able to recover from a depressive episode if his owner ups his exercise routine, engages him more often, and puts an emphasis on activities the dog really enjoys. It is important to note that, just as with humans, excessive treats or other gustatory indulgences are not effective dog depression treatments.

So, if you notice your dog is experiencing a period of malaise, with no medical explanation, you may want to try the simple remedies listed above. If the dog depression symptoms are not alleviated within a reasonable amount of time, it is advisable to place a call to your veterinarian for further counsel.

References: http://pets.webmd.com/dogs/features/depression-in-dogs

by Joy Randel

Joy Randel is the owner of DazzleDogDelight.com, an online store that offers a variety of high quality dog products. You can find everything from designer designer dog supplies to organic dog shampoo reviews. We are passionate about dogs and would love to send you a FREE e-Guide on how to solve barking problems and other great info. Get your FREE e-Guide now at www.DazzleDogDelight.com.

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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

This is a very informative free radio show explaining how to choose a dog groomer, home dog grooming, dog salons and pet safety during grooming.



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Joy Randel is the owner of DazzleDogDelight.com, an online store that offers a variety of high quality dog products. You can find everything from designer designer dog supplies to organic dog shampoo reviews. We are passionate about dogs and would love to send you a FREE e-Guide on how to solve barking problems and other great info. Get your FREE e-Guide now at www.DazzleDogDelight.com.

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Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Dazzle Dog Delight gives to charities when you purchase from us. We give 5% of our profits to pet charities. Check out our video about the East Bay SPCA and make a purchase to support a charity.


by Joy Randel

Joy Randel is the owner of DazzleDogDelight.com, an online store that offers a variety of high quality dog products. You can find everything from designer designer dog supplies to organic dog shampoo reviews. We are passionate about dogs and would love to send you a FREE e-Guide on how to solve barking problems and other great info. Get your FREE e-Guide now at www.DazzleDogDelight.com.

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Tuesday, October 9, 2012


A walkin' the dog
Just a walkin' the dog
If you don't know how to do it
I'll show you how to walk the dog


It's such a common phrase and, perhaps, equally mundane activity that we often don't take time to reflect on that important daily outdoor time we spend with our canine companions. People walking dogs is easily equal to a spicy-sweet apple pie or a plump hot dog with all the fixin's in terms of ability to conjure up a feeling of good ol' Americana wholesomeness. Whether on a leash or simply obediently trotting alongside his master, a dog on a walk is a mainstay of neighborhood life -- whether it's a Chihuahua being led by a slender leather strip down the brightly-colored and colorful Venice Beach Boardwalk, or a Bloodhound loping, untethered, along the swampy marshland of the Mississippi delta.

Walking dogs is one of those rare and lovely examples of a truly symbiotic activity -- both Walker and Walk-ee benefit tremendously. Humans, of course, need daily exercise every bit as much as dogs, and yet we often afford a respect and duty to a dog's need for a daily constitutional that far exceeds the commitment we show to our own need for the self-same activity. The beauty part? In remaining diligent in our obligation to keep our pooches healthy and happy by getting them out in the fresh air for some much-needed scampering and sniffing, we also meet our own need for a bit of daily exercise. People walking dogs are also afforded the opportunity to take a moment out of their days to disconnect from the demands and technology of "indoor life" and connect to both nature and their community -- and connecting in that way at least once daily is crucial, even if for no more than a short jaunt around the block.

So, pull out the harness, grab the lead, and toss a couple treats in your pocket. When it comes to taking the dog for a stroll, there's never a better time than right now.

Lyrics above excerpted from Rufus Thomas' "Walking The Dog" circa 1963.

by Joy Randel

Joy Randel is the owner of DazzleDogDelight.com, an online store that offers a variety of high quality dog products. You can find everything from designer designer dog supplies to organic dog shampoo reviews. We are passionate about dogs and would love to send you a FREE e-Guide on how to solve barking problems and other great info. Get your FREE e-Guide now at www.DazzleDogDelight.com.

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Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Please join Joy Randel as she chats with Annette Uda, the Founder of PetAirapy. PetAirapy specializes exclusively within the pet industry, manufacturing air and surface cleaning systems utilizing proprietary commercial grade UVGI (Ultra Violet Germicidal Irradiation). PetAirapy units have been independently tested and proven to quickly and effectively inactivate or destroy pet pathogens such as (kennel cough, Parvo, Canine Influenza, Feline Calicivirus and much more) that threaten animals. Click on the Internet Radio below:

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Joy Randel is the owner of DazzleDogDelight.com, an online store that offers a variety of high quality dog products. You can find everything from designer designer dog supplies to organic dog shampoo reviews. We are passionate about dogs and would love to send you a FREE e-Guide on how to solve barking problems and other great info. Get your FREE e-Guide now at www.DazzleDogDelight.com.

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Friday, July 27, 2012
I always wonder how people choose their dog’s name. Do dog lover’s look at the meaning of their dog’s name or do they choose their dog’s name because of the way it sounds? There are great female names for dogs. Here are the best girl dog names and the meaning behind them.

  • Molly a name used for a bright star. Your dog is alert and fun.
  • Dixie is one fond of the South. Dixie is cute and loves to cuddle.
  • Lucy brings riches. Your dog comforts you in times of distress.
  • Maya is the precious one. Maya is the gem that keeps you going each day.
  • Daisy conjures up images of the sun and the beginning of the day. Your dog inspires you.
  • Princess is on a pedestal in your heart and has the keys to your kingdom.
  • Libby is God’s promise. Libby is always in your thoughts.
  • Dakota is a beautiful tribal name. Your dog is strong and powerful.
  • Maggie is a pearl. Your pooch is beautiful on the inside.
  • Lady is in charge. Lady dominants your life and home.

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    Joy Randel is the owner of DazzleDogDelight.com, an online store that offers a variety of high quality dog products. You can find everything from designer designer dog supplies to organic dog shampoo reviews. We are passionate about dogs and would love to send you a FREE e-Guide on how to solve barking problems and other great info. Get your FREE e-Guide now at www.DazzleDogDelight.com.

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