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Dog Friendly Coffee Shops

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Dog friendly coffee shops in your local area. Are you out running errands with your furry companion when you get a craving for coffee?  Did you know that there are local coffee shops that allow dogs whether it’s inside or at an outdoor seating area? More coffee shops are becoming dog friendly, with some even…

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Peanut Butter

Going Nuts for Peanut Butter!

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Peanut butter has become a widely popular snack for pups, both as an ingredient in store-bought treats as well as straight from the jar! According to the AKC, peanut butter, when given in moderation, is an excellent source of protein, vitamins B and E, and niacin. Like all food that we give our pets, it’s…

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Dog Friendly Farms

Dog Friendly Farms in New Jersey

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Visiting dog friendly farms in New Jersey is the perfect way to spend time outdoors with our dogs in a safe way while supporting local businesses. We did the work for you by compiling a list of a few dog-friendly farms where you can get a fix for fresh apple cider and donuts while hanging…

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dog brewery

Bring Your Dog to a New Jersey Brewery

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Dogs & Breweries The craft beer industry has taken off, and now dogs can get in on the action–at least the brewery part; not the drinking beer part. Dogs won’t need to be age 21. Just as there are restaurants that allow dogs to come with their people, it’s now legal in some places for…

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Irish Dogs

Lucky Dogs in NJ

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Humans of Irish descent, or even those who just want an excuse to have fun, are excited about the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day holiday. They may think they are lucky dogs for being able to eat corned beef and cabbage or drink shamrock shakes, but what about Irish dogs? Irish dogs? Are there really that…

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