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  • Posted on Tuesday, January 7th, 2014

    How to play nice at the dog park

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    “Run, be free!” is the message off-leash dog parks send to your dog, but your role as a responsible pet parent doesn’t end where the dog park begins. For your dog’s health, safety and well-being, not …read more »

  • Posted on Tuesday, December 31st, 2013

    Odd Jobs for Dogs

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    Forget about the usual gigs like hunting and herding and guarding: Some dogs just know how to work outside the box. PBS-TV’s Nova recently reported on some dogs with interesting resumes. They work for Thailand’s Humanitarian Mine Action …read more »

  • Posted on Tuesday, December 31st, 2013

    How to speak Dog

    Learn to speak dog

    If you own a dog, chances are there has been a time or two when you felt as though your pet was speaking to you. Dogs are highly expressive animals, and can often convey their sentiments …read more »

  • Posted on Friday, December 27th, 2013

    Helping your dog find a purpose in life

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    All dog breeds were originally bred to work in some capacity, so it’s important to help all dogs find their purposes in life. While the American Kennel Club (AKC) identifies breeds such as the Chinook, Rottweiler and Saint …read more »

  • Posted on Tuesday, December 17th, 2013

    Holiday Perfect Treats for Canine Friends

    Holiday Dog Treats

    With holidays at hand, you may want to add this item to your gift list: decadent doggie treats for your favorite pooch. Well-known for their incredible sense of smell, dogs are as tempted as we are …read more »

  • Posted on Sunday, December 8th, 2013

    How to get your dog to lose weight

    How to get my dog to lose weight

    While a lazy dog can be easy to take care of, obesity is a serious health risk in canines. A lack of exercise for dogs is one of the leading causes of canine obesity, along with …read more »

  • Posted on Friday, December 6th, 2013

    What to do if your dog won’t eat

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    If your dog won’t eat, it could be a sign of a number of issues, from anxiety to sickness. Knowing exactly what’s wrong with your dog can help you find a solution or give your vet …read more »