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Lost Dog – What To Do And Not Do

Having a lost dog is a terrible feeling. It is even more problematic if your dog gets out of your yard at home and simply seems to disappear from the area. Your first thought is often of accidents, injuries, or even theft, and this can make it difficult to calmly approach the problem and start […]

Larga Vida Al Perro: Celebrating International Chihuahua Appreciation Day

You may not know it, but May 14th is International Chihuahua Appreciation Day. The Chihuahua is an iconic breed and a dog that is linked to the people and culture of Mexico. It is the smallest recognized breed of dog, and it is named after the Chihuahua state in Mexico. Pint-sized and full of personality, […]

A Dog’s Life After COVID-19: Tips For Reducing Pet Separation Anxiety When You Return To Work

Dogs with pet separation anxiety have genuine emotional and distress reactions when separated from their families. These distress reactions can include destructive behaviors such as digging, chewing, or soiling in the house, and they often include excessive barking or howling when the dog is alone. Dogs can also pace or bite, lick, or chew on […]

Celebrate Dogs With Special Abilities On May 3rd

One of the amazing things about dogs with special abilities is they can adjust to a wide range of different situations, including physical differences that may be present from birth or those that develop later in life. These special dogs can make excellent pets, and they find ways to overcome their physical differences in ways […]

First Aid Prevention Month For Dogs – Taking Care Of Minor Injuries

Dogs and kids seem to be almost attracted to doing things that end up with a variety of bumps, bruises, scratches, and other types of minor injuries. While it may be easy to turn to decorative band-aids and fun treatment options for your kids, it is often more challenging to know what first aid prevention […]