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Getting The Most Out Of Your Walking Routine

April 11, 2018

Walking Dogs Dos and Don’ts  Walking your dog is perhaps one of the best parts of the day. It is a time to unwind, enjoy a bit of the great outdoors and just get away from all the pressure and stress of life. For many dog owners, walks are just as much for their own…

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Interactive Dog Toys: Brain Games for Smart Pooches

April 3, 2018

Ways to Stimulate Your Dog’s Brain  There are a lot of breeds of dogs that are known for high levels of intelligence and the need for mental stimulation. These include Border Collies, German Shepherds, Poodles, Australian Cattle Dogs, Golden Retrievers, Schnauzers, Labs, Papillons, Dobermans, Rottweilers, and the list goes on. However, all dogs, either purebred…

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Helping Your Dog Through The Flu Season

March 6, 2018

Flu Season Can Affect Dogs Too! When it comes to dogs and the flu, there are some important things that owners need to realize. There is a common myth that humans can get flu from their dogs—this is simply not true. Canine influenza is an H3N2 strain of flu first identified in 2015, but it…

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What Does It Mean to Be a Responsible Pet Owner?

February 20, 2018

Tips to Help You Be the Best Pet Parent You Can Be Have you ever stopped to think about the definition of a responsible pet owner? Do you take care of your dog based on the way you have always done things or the way other dog owners take care of their pets or do…

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Valentine’s Day with Your Dog

February 6, 2018

Showing Your Dog Some Valentine’s Day Love Whether you are a single, a couple or a family, finding time on Valentine’s Day to share with your four-legged family members is a great way to show your love and also get a lot of love in return.  I have some tips Valentine’s Day with your dog.…

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Winter Indoor Activities for Any Dog

January 30, 2018

Winter Activities For When It’s Hard To Get Outside When winter snow or rain is an issue, getting outside and spending time in exercising and playing with your pooch can be a very real problem. It is important to realize that bad weather doesn’t mean your dog will be content just sitting inside a nice,…

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Chocolate And Dogs: A Potentially Deadly Combination

January 16, 2018

Chocolate and Dogs Can Be A Toxic Mix! There is a myth that dogs and other animals will intuitively know what is harmful to them and will simply not consume those foods. This is completely false as dogs, just like other animals, can be seriously hurt or even killed by consuming foods that are perfectly…

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Thanksgiving Tips For Dogs

November 22, 2017

How to Keep Thanksgiving Fun and Safe for Your Dog Dogs are a very important part of many families, so it only makes sense to want to include them in the holiday festivities. For some families, particularly when everyone is traveling home, this sometimes creates a challenge as several families bring their four-legged family members…

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