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How To Plan For A Hiking Adventure With Your Dog

Researchers at Michigan State University found that dog owners are 34% more likely to fit in 150 minutes of walking per week than non-dog owners. The study also found that owning a dog promotes health and fitness and can increase your leisure-time physical activity by 69%. Including your dog in your daily physical activities is […]

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Best Ways to Protect Your Dog from Heat

As we’re in the peak of the warm summertime, it is important to note that dogs are susceptible to injuries and illnesses during this period. Heat exhaustion and stroke are notably the most treacherous conditions for any dog. You can often solve such effects by applying a fast action to reducing your dog’s body temperature […]

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Stay Safe with LED Dog Collars and Leashes

During the daylight abundant summer months it’s generally not too hard to find a good, safe time to walk your dog. But, with autumn and winter approaching, and the days getting shorter, it’s important to be aware of the safety concerns you might face during an early morning or post-dusk dog walk. Safety First Of […]

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6 Strategies for Living with High-Energy Dogs

Bringing a furry companion into your life is a huge responsibility so before making the final decision you need to consider multiple factors. These include the particular breed’s temperament, size, whether you have the energy and time to invest on a puppy and whether or not will you be able to do justice to the […]

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Chester the Traveling Dog

My dog Chester, the Weston terrier is one of the most adorable and kind dogs you will ever find. In all of my time as his owner- about 10 years now – I have never seen him act even remotely aggressive. But his tale spans from the UK to Trinidad. And along the way he […]

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How You Can Make Your Dog’s Coat Look Glorious

There is nothing quite as appealing as a pooch with a glorious mane, wouldn’t you agree? No matter if your floof ball is a mix-breed or a purebred, every dog can sport a shiny coat all year round with a few simple tricks and daily habits you can easily adopt. After all, who doesn’t want […]

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Is Artificial Grass Safe For My Dog?

Artificial grass is growing in popularity among homeowners, PR Newswire reports. Not only does it look and feel like the real deal, but synthetic lawns are also low-maintenance, environmentally-friendly, and stain-resistant. Even better? Dogs love them, too! While you may be hesitant about using artificial grass with a dog due to concerns over hygiene and […]

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No More Ticks and Fleas for Your Pet!

Would you like to protect your beloved family pet from, fleas, ticks and mosquitoes with a non-toxic, chemical free product which is safe for animals and humans. There is no limit regarding age, size or medical conditions. One disc per 80 lbs. Successfully protecting over 44 million pets in 197 countries worldwide. Common anti-parasite products […]

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8 Reasons You Should Consider Feeding Your Dog Raw Food

Recently – among humans – the Paleo diet (initially popularized by researcher Loren Cordain, and later by Ray Audette in his book Neanderthin) has become very popular. The diet is based on the idea that all animal species have a basic genetic diet that is “biologically appropriate” to that species. Keeping with a diet appropriate […]

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