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  • May 11, 2016

     Following are some basic guidelines that should be taken into consideration when bringing your dog to a dog park. An ideal park will have all the desirable items and none of the undesirable items. However, just because a park doesn’t have everything or does have an undesirable item doesn’t mean it is not a good dog park.  These guidelines are for dog park patrons to use as a guide – different items will be important to different people.

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  • May 11, 2016

    If you decide to visit a dog park, it is important to be able to read the body language of your dog and the other dogs present. The ideal body language is playful, but dogs will exhibit a variety of behaviors as they contact new dogs and spend more time at the park. Overall you are looking for balanced play between dogs – sometimes one is on top and next time he's on the bottom. Sometimes he's the chaser, and next he will be the chased.

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  • February 2, 2016
    Hello Doodle Parents, 
    I ’d like to introduce myself. My name is Sherri Smeraglia.
     
    I am the Owner and Breeder here at Smeraglia. First, I'd like to welcome you to The Smeraglia Doodle Family. 
     
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  • July 2, 2015

    We know Families across America love to celebrate with fireworks. It's actually our manger Meredith's FAVORITE Holiday and we all celebrate with a huge bang. For many dogs however, fireworks can be a source of extreme fear and stress.

    Here are some tips to help with the stress:  

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