You &Your Dog & Autumn

Fall Fun!

Fall Fun!

With a change in seasons comes a change in activities, food, and fun! Don’t let the colder weather keep you and your dog inside. There is loads to do outside with your dog in the Autumn season! Once you start this list, you will want to finish it! Feel free to add some of your own traditions as well. And of course, most importantly, after those fun, long days outside let your pup make the easy decision of going inside on his Bullseye Pee Pad! You guys will be so exhausted after an active day, you’ll both be happy that you don’t have to let him in and out to go to the bathroom. Let’s get started today :)

  • Go on a hike
  • Play a game of foam football
  • Lawn care, with your dog to keep as fun company
  • Doggy “Play Dates”
  • Farmers Market visits
  • Exploring towns iconic sites
  • And the list goes on….

Be sure to stay connected with us through our Facebook, Twitter, and Official Site! Happy Fall!

What To Teach Your Dog !

Every dog has things you need to teach it so you can spend less time reprimanding them and filling you with frustration! These simple little things will give you more time to enjoy with your dog! Therefore, if you want more time to love your pup this is the post for you! After you teach them these simple things you have full permission to flood the comments with thankful words!

3 Things You MUST Teach Your Dog To Understands:

  1.  The difference between “yes” and “no” – Simple right! Here is the trick on how to teach your dog the difference between the two, because as most of us no dogs unfortunately don’t speak english, spanish, chinese, portuguese but they do understand tone and body language! For yes show signs of happiness and encouragement such as kisses, hugs , smiles, petting etc. On the other hand for no, show the opposite, such as stern hard NO, do not repeat it to often say it slowly loudly with emphasis and disappointment. This is hard but necessary because you don’t want your puppy doing something it is not supposed to when it is not being supervised by you.
  2. ” Lets go for a walk” this one is easiest of them all! For this one to be completed pull out the leash and see your dogs reaction! Once the leash is visible to not change any attempt and walk your pup! In addition, it is good to do this time accordingly so try to make a schedule maybe every couple hours. This will build a pattern and remind the dog of the signs, time, leash and ” lets go for a walk”. Those three things should trigger a reaction allow them to be ready for a walk around your schedule!
  3. Sit/Stay, this command is an example of complete obedience. To teach this one you may need some sort of treat to remind your little buddy when doing that action we are happy and proud! One thing you can try to enforce this action is fully extend your arm and point to the floor near their bottom( for sitting) front ( for staying). Next you want to use step #1 along  with a treat however when asking for the action be stern and enforcing! After practice and repetition this they will become accustomed to this action.

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Summertime Health Benefits!

Summer Health & Dogs

Summer Health & Dogs

Ahh, summer time sweetness! Ever wonder why we always feel so great in the summer? Or feeling bad, and want to feel better this season? Well, did you know there are actual health benefits to us during the summertime!? That’s enough to make anyone super excited and eager for the season to come around! (In addition to it being the season of vacations!) I mean really, what does the winter do for our health? I’d be okay without it! Anyways, here is a quick list to the health benefits our body can get in the summer. I know I’ll be making sure I am taking full advantage of these benefits so I can feel great and happy this season! Maybe it will even carry into the colder months. These benefits are equally beneficial to your dog as well!

  1. Free vitamin D. Forget about those vitamins and get your butt outside! The vitamin D is the one of the most important vitamins in the body and is needed for optimal health. The sun is shinning for us to use, yet so many people are staying inside, huddled up. Take advantage of this unlimited, free dose of Vitamin D.
  2. Extra Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Seek out local farmers and literally taste the sweet summer feeling. And it’s good for our diet! Fruits and vegetables are filled with essential nutrients, and with so many in season, it will be easier to keep up with the summer eat-healthy-diet we’ve been working for!
  3. More Opportunity for Physical Activity. This amazing, warm, inviting weather opens the field for so many kinds of physical activities. Get out there and get active, with your pup of course! There isn’t an excuse NOT to be!
  4. More Opportunities for Sweating. Ew…that may be your first reaction but actually it’s super cool and important! Sweating is a key component in detoxification for best health, yet in the other months of the year, we often don’t do it enough.
  5. More Opportunities to Walk Barefoot. It’s a free reflexology massage and connects us back to Earth…that would make anyone feel better!
  6. Fresh Air. We just simply don’t get enough of it. Fresh air is the key to good health and in the summer, we can get a lot more of it.
  7. Good Feelings. The sunlight makes us feel good. It releases chemicals in the brain that make us feel happy and confident and better. It is like an antidepressant, and is actually a treatment for SAD sufferers.

There you have it. Summer is officially the best. When you’re doing all this activity and traveling, make sure you have the Bullseye Pee Pads…they’re the best around!

Q&A With CEO Aj Khubani

Q&A With CEO Khubani

PBJ sat down with AJ Khubani, creator of the As Seen On TV Logo and founder & CEO of Telebrands, for a Q&A with this legend to talk about his career and life. But much to readers surprise, Khubani’s ride hasn’t been a smooth, only up-hill journey. In fact, he went bankrupt three times! This is a must read for all entrepreneurs to read, or anyone interested in the story of someone taking their mistakes and failures and having that lead them to success. His story is unique and inspiring and we recommend everyone check it out!

HomeWorld Magazine is Crazy About Telebrands!

AJ Khubani's Keynote Address

As Seen On TV Kids Products

New Products from Telebrands

In HomeWorld Magazine’s issue from June 23rd, 2014, there are 3 articles that feature Telebrands! HomeWorld touches on our CEO AJ Khubani’s keynote address to the Montclair University business graduates, as well as Telebrands venture into kids products, one being the Teddy Tank and some of the new products coming from Telebrands, like Up & Under Doggy Steps.

Checkout HomeWorld Magazines issue to read up on all the Telebrands news, what we’re doing and where we came from! Until next time, keep coming back to our products’ blogs  for all the news & reviews that you’ll need!

How to Travel With Your Dog

79166865There really is a heck of lot to think about when traveling on vacation with your dog. But if you love the little guy like you do (and we KNOW you do), the proper prep and planning will make the trip a good one for both pooch and owner.

Some of the things to consider for your trip: Are you going to crate your dog?… will you be driving?… taking a flight?… should you medicate your buddy?… how do you keep him calm while traveling? Like I said, there’s a lot to consider, but when you’re well prepared, your dog will be a happy traveler.

One interesting thing is that there really are pet friendly hotels out there, including some major chain hotels. These hotels are very used to dealing with pets and will have some great recommendations for you about dog-friendly activities like parks, trails and places where he can do his business.

Now our Bullseye Pee Pads are truly ideal for taking your pup to a hotel. When he has to go and you can’t get outside, this is the optimum way to avoid a mess and the smell from accidental piddling on the carpet.

Here are a few great little articles that give excellent tips & hints on traveling with your dog. >

https://www.akc.org/public_education/travel_tips.cfm

http://www.cesarsway.com/tips/seasonal/cesars-travel-tips

http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/virtual-pet-behaviorist/dog-behavior/road-trips-your-dog

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How To: At Home Puppy Grooming!

 

Something most dog owners shy away from and get done for a hefty fee, today we unlock the secrets to lightly grooming your dog and saving you tons of money! First, check out the pup picture we got above, if you having a bad day and you stumbled onto this, I am positive you cracked a smile when you saw that chubster squinting at the blow dryer! First, we will go through everything that you will need in order to complete this fun and friendly task, to have your little  bud looking like a stud or studette! Next, we will give you a step by step suggestion on a plan of action to take when giving your grooming a go, the more you do it the better you will get so don’t shy away after the first time!

What You Will Need:

  • Dog Brush  ✓
  • Doggy Shampoo  ✓
  • Puppy Finger Tooth Brush  ✓
  • Collar and Leash  ✓
  • Nail Clipper  ✓
  • Ear Cleaner for Dogs  ✓
  • Blow Dryer  ✓
  • *Optional – Puppy Perfume*  ✓

 

Preparation:

  • Place a towel down on the floor outside of your tub, shower or giant bucket!
  • Tie the leash to a fixed object and attach it to your dogs collar, to preempt extreme movement
  • Get treats ready in you pocket
  • Find the right water temperature not too warm – not too cold

Beginning:

  • Brush your dog from Head – Tail
  • Clean the teeth, ears and eyes
  • Nails – the hardest part to dog owner. The trick is to use the dog nail clipper and where your the nerve leave a little space and cut the excess growth of the nail.
  • Give them a treat after these steps because these are some of the tough parts of dog grooming

Bath:

  • Get the water temperature just lukewarm
  • Use a shower head or spread the water thoroughly into their coat, head to toe and even butt!
  • Get the dog shampoo out , I like the tear free vanilla oatmeal moisturizing kind for my little guy
  • Thoroughly spread it all over your dog
  • Rinse the pup but be sure to scrub all over him during the rinse from paws & belly to tail & face
  • Grab the towel put it over your dog rub them dry, and then blow dry on cool setting
  • Lastly, lightly brush their coat
  • Give them a treat and take them for a walk outside ( not when its raining and not in the mud!)

Ahhhhh, finally, all fresh & clean! I hope those helpful tips on how to make doggy grooming a little bit easier work for you and  make it more enjoyable for you and your dog! We love saving you guys tons of money and promoting a healthy relationship between pet owners.

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