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How to Protect Your Dog From The Number One Cause Of Pet Injury In The Winter

Active dogs and dogs that spend time outdoors all year round have different risks for injuries based on the time of year. Even dogs that are only out for walks during the winter months are still at risk for developing one of the most common types of injuries that vets see at this time of […]

Throw A Dog-Friendly Holiday Party

One of the great things about the holiday season is all the time spent with friends and family. If you are a dog owner, or if you have friends that are dog owners, planning a dog friendly party is a wonderful way to change up the routine.  Planning a dog-friendly party does take a bit […]

Preparing Your Dog For Winter

Most dogs are very comfortable spending short amounts of time outdoors, even in the winter. However, it is an essential part of responsible pet ownership to make sure dogs are not expected to stay outside in temperature or in weather conditions that are dangerous or even potentially life-threatening.  With short-haired dogs, older dogs, puppies, or […]

Teach Your Old Dog Some New Tricks For Senior Pet Month

Old dogs can learn new tricks, and November is the ideal month to spend some time with your senior pet and work on at least one new command. It is often easier to teach senior dogs as they are less easily distracted and more focused, and they also want to work to do things that […]

Understanding The Truth About Pitbulls

It seems that there are two different groups of people when it comes to breeds of dogs often lumped together as Pitbulls. Since October is National Pitbull Awareness month, it is helpful to take an objective look at this misunderstood breed and how myths about these dogs continue to cause confusion, concern, and consternation in […]