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Giving Thanks To Your Amazing Dog On Thanksgiving

November 18, 2022

Our dogs are so much more than just pets. They are a part of the family and provide unconditional love without asking for anything in return, thus we’re giving thanks for your dog this Thanksgiving. For most of us, our dogs are also our motivators to get out and be more active, with their pleading…

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The Luck Of The Irish Dogs

March 16, 2020

With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, this is a great time to look at two very popular breeds of Irish dogs that originate in Ireland. There are actually several breeds of Irish dogs, including the massive Irish Wolfhound, the unique looking Irish Water Spaniel, the Soft-coated Wheaten Terrier, and the Glen of Imaal…

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The Facts About Hypoallergenic Dogs

August 23, 2017

Check out the facts about hypoallergenic dogs before getting one People that are allergic to dogs are not allergic to dog hair; rather they are allergic to the dander, which is the skin cells that are normally shed by the dog. This is not any different than people or animals as all will have some…

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Australian Shepherd – What To Expect

August 8, 2017

Traits & Training You Can Expect with an Australian Shepherd The Australian Shepherd is a herding breed that was actually developed in the United States and not in Australia. It is also not the same as an Australian Cattle Dog (or Heeler), the two are different breeds with different traits, although they are both herding…

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The Boxer: Training and Traits

July 25, 2017

A Boxer Dog and What To Look For The Boxer is a powerful, impressive looking dog that has a playful and sometimes goofy side when around the family and those he or she trusts. As one of the descendants of the Molossus breed, which is now extinct, the Boxer has early roots as a fighting…

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Know Your Cities Canine Laws and Rules Before Adopting or Buying

July 4, 2017

Planning on buying or adopting a new puppy or dog is always an exciting time. However, if you live in an urban or suburban area, it is highly likely that you will also have dog ownership laws that should also be considered. By taking the time to review your local canine laws, bylaws and rules…

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Protecting Your Dog In The Sun

June 20, 2017

Dogs are not good at knowing when they have spent too long in the sun. Many dog owners may not be aware that dogs can get sunburned just like people, and they are also at risk for heat stroke, which can be a life-threatening condition that can develop very rapidly in many breeds. Dog sun…

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Kids Owning Dogs: What Parents Need To Consider

June 13, 2017

How To Help Kids Adjust to a Dog When kids own dogs there is a natural match in most situations. Children that are brought up with dogs or have parents are positive towards dog ownership tend to seek out puppies and dogs and want to spend time with four-legged friends. Occasionally, children may also be…

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