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Puppy Daycare: They Grow Up So Fast, Don’t They?

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Puppies are insanely cute, but as puppy daycare providers know, they also need constant attention and care right from the start. Puppies spend about 90% of their time sleeping, but they get a little more independent as puppy hood goes on. Playing with toys, chewing anything and everything with their new teeth, and, most importantly,…

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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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My Dog is a Loner… Help!

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  Sometimes, people are loners, and that’s ok. We don’t expect that we all have to always socialize and get along with everyone all the time. We shouldn’t expect it of our dogs, either. Even a dog can be a loner! You might have noticed that your dog doesn’t always seem to get along with…

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Take Your Pooch for a Swim at a Dog Pool!

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Some people refer to this time of year as the “dog days of summer,” invoking images of dogs lying around panting from the heat. When it’s hot and humid, going for a swim at the dog pool is the best way to cool off. Most dogs love to swim (though not all do, and not…

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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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