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Is Your Dog Guilty?

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You come home from a nice evening out on the town and it hits you as you enter the house. The unmistakable odor of your dog’s elimination drifts into your nasal passages as you turn on the light. There it is, on the expensive living room floor. As your dog races in excitedly to greet…

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Back to School: Training Tips that will help you and your pup get an A+

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It’s that time of year again – smiles and waves as we drop our little ones off at the bus stop, and tearful goodbyes as we send our teenagers off to college. Amidst all the excitement and chaos of a brand new school year, don’t forget that your furry little one has some learning to…

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Owning a Dog is Good for Your Health

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As pet owners, we have much to be thankful for from the presence of our pets. They light up our lives in our darkest moments and can turn our frown upside down. They are also good for our health.   It’s true that our pets are an investment. We spend much of our savings on them…

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Which Toys Do You Let Your Dog Play With?

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A long time ago, there was either a bone or a stick from the backyard for your dog. But experience has shown that sticks and bones aren’t the safest playthings for your pup. More popular today are rawhides and chewing sticks. Even these pose some risks to your dog’s health. Because of this, efforts have…

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Select the Perfect Match for Your Pup

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A regular gathering with canine buddies can help keep socialization skills polished, mentally and physically tire your dog and prevent your furniture from being destroyed. However, it is important to remember not all dogs enjoy playing with other dogs. By following a few guidelines and keeping a close eye on your dogs body language, you…

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