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Need to Shed a Few Pounds?

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Now that the weather is warming up, it might be time to shed those winter pounds. Not yours. Well, maybe yours but also your pet’s “winter weight.” While some dogs and cats may not have a problem with weather changes and exercise, other pets end up gaining a few pounds from being inside more and [...]

Don’t Blame the Breed

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A new study from the University of Bristol’s School of Veterinary Sciences confirmed what many of us know: Dog breed is not a reliable predictor of aggression. In a survey conducted among dog owners, it was found aggression can be categorized into three realms, family members, strangers, and in or out of the house. The [...]

Dog Care 101: Hot Spots

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It’s slimy, it’s wet, and it often looks like someone or something took a bite out of your dog’s fur leaving a red bald spot. It’s a hot spot and it’s uncomfortable for your pup. What causes a hot spot? It’s usually an allergic reaction to something, sometimes a flea bite, that causes the skin [...]

8 Hilarious Dogs Wearing Boots

This winter has been rough on us. Back in November parts of the West Coast got hit with snow and rain that made a few days pretty rough and now the East Coast is experiencing some impressive inches of snow. I have friends in NY and NJ who are not happy with the black ice [...]

Daylight Savings and Your Dog’s Internal Clock

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Ok, losing an hour may mess you up for a day or two but did you know your dog might have a harder time adjusting? Just because the clocks changed doesn’t mean your dog’s internal clock changed. Your dog may be trying to sleep now when it’s time for the morning walk or not quite [...]

It’s Spring! 5 Tips for Dog Owners

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Spring has arrived! If you’re like me you’re loving the sunnier days but also sneezing your brains out. Now is the time to clean that overcrowded garage, get the gardening tools out, and make more time for playing outside with your dog. 5 Tips for Spring Schedule a vet check – With longer days, more [...]

Ever Wonder Why Dogs Spin Around Before Doing Their “Business?”

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For those of us who own dogs, did you ever wonder why they spin, turn, and need to find that “perfect” spot before squatting to do their business? I always figured it’s just one of those things dogs do, like how some will paw at the bed before they settle down or others will circle [...]

12 Reasons to Teach Your Dog To Sit

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Basic commands that we teach our dogs help with being able to control them when they get hyper, teach them to have manners, and keep them from getting into trouble. Many dogs know the word “sit” and associate it with getting a treat, putting on a leash, or waiting by a door. But knowing this [...]

Do Dogs Need Clothes?

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Some of my friends have dogs that are fluffy and don’t wear sweaters or rain coats during the winter and some other friends of mine dress their dogs in everything from vests to seat jackets and little hats. I’ve also heard friends talk about how the pet product industry markets in a certain way to [...]

Pumpkin is Good For Dogs!

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Not only is pumpkin good for us, it’s also good for your dogs. As you make those pumpkin pies for Thanksgiving, why not save a little for your pup? It is known as the “superfood” for dogs. Pumpkins are rich in carotenoids, beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, fiber, zinc, iron, vitamin A and potassium. The seeds found inside [...]

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