Coach John's Corner

Sports Apparel

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Sports Apparel

Why choose Major League Pets for your pet sports apparel? Fanatics aren't just who we are. We are loyal, passionate fans, dedicated to our favorite teams and to the sports we love. We are esteemed to be able to offer fans the world's most extensive collection of official pet sports apparel. We provide pet products from all the leagues, teams, and players you love.At Major League Pets, we're more than just a sports store; we are fans who have been there through the most epic moments and the biggest upsets. We cherish the opportunity to help create awesome memories with...

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Cool Stuff For Pets

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Cool Stuff For Pets

Anyone who loves animals knows that pets are a particular part of any family. Much more than a pet, they become partners and best friends, sharing meaningful moments in our lives. So why not spoil them and give them something special?While it can sometimes be challenging to find cool pet stuff that brings out the character of your furry friend, there are plenty of finds. From personalized dog beds too cute cat clothes, whether your animal is big or small, there’s something out there to meet their needs. And the beautiful thing is that designers have finally realized how much...

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Doggy Daycare Near Me | What to Look for and How to Decide

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Doggy Daycare Near Me | What to Look for and How to Decide

Only dog and pet owners can relate to how important it is to find the right daycare for your fur baby, they are family and they deserve the best. There are lots of reasons why your pooch would need to go to doggy daycare: perhaps you're away all day, or maybe your dog needs some socialization skills, or you feel better when your dog is being taken care of by caring people. Whatever your reasons are, there is some homework involved in finding the right doggy daycare for your furry friends. There is a range of daycare facilities, Vets and...

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Dog Parks Near Me, and Dog Park Etiquette

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Dog Parks Near Me, and Dog Park Etiquette
In terms of mental and physical benefits for your pet, an afternoon at the park is like a dozen walks on a leash. They get a chance to run free and get off the leash. Your dog gets to play with other dogs.

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Pet Sports Gear and Sports Apparel from Major League Pets

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Pet Sports Gear and Sports Apparel from Major League Pets

The best thing about having team pride is that wearing your dog fan gear year round. With your favorite sports season just around the corner, it is a great time to take advantage of significant savings on dog sports apparel and pet sports gear. Are you ready to move up from the minor leagues and make your best friend a Major League Pet? You came to the right place. Major League Pets (MLP) specializes in Officially Licensed Sports Apparel for pets. We are proud to stock MLB Baseball, NFL American Football, NBA Basketball, NHL Hockey, MLS Soccer, plus NCAA Collegiate dog clothes! Shop by category for all...

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How Do You Walk A Dog

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How Do You Walk A Dog

Learn to walk a dog early in your relationship, to make your walks more enjoyable for both you and your dog. Use a front clip harness; this will prevent the dog from choking. Don't stop your dog from sniffing, they will do this for mental stimulation, and they will do it often. Use a traditional leash that is nonretractable for your dog walks. Bring an ample supply of water and ALWAYS, please pick up after your dogs, no one likes getting poop on their shoes. Now that you know the basics lets dive deeper into how do you walk a...

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Beginners Guide To Safely Hiking or Backpacking with Your Dog

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Beginners Guide To Safely Hiking or Backpacking with Your Dog

For starters, puppies aren’t ready to carry a load, nor are their immune systems prepared to take on the world. So you need to work out exactly when your dog will be ready. Dog walking a small dog daily is a good idea. If your pup is small start off with 200 feet or less than gradually increase your distance until you feel your pooch walking you. Visit the Vet: Ask your veterinarian some critical questions before you and your dog head into the wilds: Is your dog physically ready? You need to wait until a young dog’s bones are...

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