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August 10th Is Spoil Your Dog Day – Spread The Word

July 30, 2021

Do you spoil your dog on a regular basis? August 10th is the official National Spoil Your Dog Day. Spoiling your dog doesn’t have to mean a lot of treats and snacks, although there is certainly nothing wrong with something special on that day. A better and healthier way to spoil your dog is to…

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Spring Into Dog Fitness Month

April 4, 2021

The beautiful spring weather in April is a perfect time to get your dog started on a fitness routine. April is designated as Canine Fitness Month, and the team at DogiZone has the ideal canine fitness evaluation and fitness program to get your pooch in top shape. All of our dog fitness experts are Certified…

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The Best Christmas Gift Dog Treats For Your Special Fur Baby

December 15, 2020

Dogs are such a part of the family that many people plan to give their fur babies special Christmas dog treats. As food items are always appreciated by our four-legged family members, this is a popular choice. There are some healthy, nutritious, and safe treats to give dogs of all sizes and ages over the…

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Budget-Friendly Dog Halloween Costume Ideas

October 6, 2020

While dogs may not be as excited about Halloween as their owners, they can get into the spirit of the holiday and learn to enjoy the attention they get in their fancy dog costumes. The key to having a dog feel good about wearing a costume is to make it a positive experience. Gradually desensitize…

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What You Need To Know About Pet Sitters and Dog DayCare

September 28, 2020

Pet owners have the added worry of finding pet sitters or dog daycare when they cannot be at home to care for their pets. This could be regular doggy daycare services to provide mental and physical stimulation for your pet on an ongoing basis, or it may be the need for a pet sitter or…

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Adopting An Older Dog During COVID-19

September 6, 2020

Adopting an older dog is a wonderful experience. Not only can you choose a dog that is already house and obedience trained, but you also have the ability to select a dog with a known temperament that is already at his or her mature size. Adopting a rescue dog during the COVID-19 pandemic does create…

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Managing Dog Separation Anxiety As The Kids Go Back To School

August 31, 2020

Even though this school year may look and feel different from other school years, most kids are going back to school in some form or fashion. This is always a difficult time for family pets, particularly if kids spend a lot of time playing with their four-legged companions over the summer months as they can…

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Working From Home: Long-Term Solutions That Benefit You And Your Dog

August 17, 2020

One of the many potential benefits for individuals from the COVID-19 pandemic is working from home some or all of their hours. Having the ability to work from home can help you to save money, to spend more time with the ones you love, and to have a day filled with opportunities to bond with…

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