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5 Ways To Calm Your Nervous Dog

5 Ways To Calm Your Nervous Dog

Dogs can get nervous for a huge number of reasons. They may have heard a suspicious noise outside, or they may be experiencing separation anxiety. Or, if you just have a generally anxious dog like our Rico, they could be nervous over seemingly nothing! There are a few...

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The Quick Guide to Moving with a Dog

The Quick Guide to Moving with a Dog

Moving to a new home can be equal parts exciting and anxiety-inducing. That holds true for you and your dog. You will both need to acclimate to new surroundings, but at least you will know why. Your dog might get stressed with all the new smells and sights. Plus, when...

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New Year’s Resolutions For Dog Owners

New Year’s Resolutions For Dog Owners

As we start another new year, it is the perfect time to think about what we want to achieve during the year ahead. As a pet owner, why not consider a New Year’s resolution that is going to benefit your pup? The extra motivation will help you both. Read on for some of...

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Ways To Determine If Your Dog Is Healthy

Ways To Determine If Your Dog Is Healthy

Having a dog is a wonderful thing. You get a companion, a friend and someone who is going to love you unconditionally, the way you love them. As a dog parent, you are going to want nothing but the best for them, and that’s why it is important to keep an eye on your...

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How To Include Your Dog In Your Wedding Day

How To Include Your Dog In Your Wedding Day

When you get married, you want to spend this special day with all of the important people in your life. For pet owners, that could include their dog. But how can you make sure your dog is part of your special day? You’d be surprised by the different options available!...

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How To Keep Your Dog Calm on New Year’s Eve

How To Keep Your Dog Calm on New Year’s Eve

The holiday season is in full swing, and there’s one more happening soon – New Year’s Eve! But for many dogs, this is one of the scariest days of the year. The biggest safety tip is to not take your dog to watch displays of fireworks. Even a dog that hasn't had issues...

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What Your Senior Dog Really Wants You To Know

What Your Senior Dog Really Wants You To Know

Loving a senior dog comes with its own unique set of challenges, but it can be very rewarding. Senior dogs can be adorably cute and sweet. It’s important to know a few things about them and their care if you’re going to ensure their final years are as comfortable for...

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Snow Day Activities to Prevent Bored Dogs

Snow Day Activities to Prevent Bored Dogs

Winter is definitely here, and for us humans, there’s no better activity during blizzards than curling up in front of the fire with steaming hot chocolate...or hot buttered rum for grown-ups! 😉 It can be challenging to keep the furry members of the family...

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Ways to Get Your Dog Through an Earthquake Safely

Ways to Get Your Dog Through an Earthquake Safely

You may have heard that Alaska had a major 7.0 earthquake! It was centered pretty much right where we live. This wasn’t our first earthquake, but it was definitely our biggest, scariest one! The shaking from the initial quake lasted over 30 seconds, which seems like...

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Natural Ways To Make Your Senior Dog Happier

Natural Ways To Make Your Senior Dog Happier

Senior dogs are extremely sweet and loving, but they need a little more care and attention than their younger counterparts. The age a dog becomes considered as a senior can vary depending on size and breed. In some cases, it can be a simple case of keeping an eye on...

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