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Exercise: Something in Common with You & Your Dog

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Human beings often make time to work out at a gym or go for a run. Some love it and some do it grudgingly. Most people know that some kind of exercise is important for our bodies, whether or not they do it. As with many of the topics we’ve written about, this is another…

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Prepare Your Dog for July 4th

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Grilled hot dogs and hamburgers. Potato chips. Cold drinks. Red, white and blue décor. You’ve been busy getting ready for a long 4th of July weekend, complete with fireworks, but in all the food and event planning, you may have forgotten one thing: your dog. While we humans love seeing the bright colors explode in the…

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Gray Dogs

Gray Dogs: Why Some Young Dogs Go Gray

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For humans, going gray is part of getting older, but that’s not always true for dogs. Some gray dogs can be quite young. That’s because gray hair is also a symptom of loneliness. Yes, loneliness. According to a study discussed on CNN, the anxiety and stress of being alone can can cause premature grayness in dogs. The…

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How to Include Your Dog in the Holidays

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With the holiday season just around the corner, keep your pet in mind when planning festivities. The holidays are a time to be grateful for family and friends, and your four legged loved one should be no exception! There are lots of opportunities to include your pet when making holiday plans. Here are some ways…

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Steps to Help Keep Your Dog Healthy

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As dog owners, it is important to consider preventative ways to care for your beloved pet. There are parts of your dog’s body that you can regularly care for in order to keep your dog healthy. Simply focusing on these areas can save your dog from experiencing an abundance of more dangerous health issues.  …

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