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Exercise, a benefit of owning a dog

Everyone knows that it is important to get exercise every day. However, for many people, especially elderly people, this can be difficult to do. Often motivation is the key factor to get people moving. 149 more words


Ten Best Practices For Having A Happy, Healthy Dog

You guys know I’m that #crazydogmom bumper sticker to a “T.” My parents and my fiancé think it’s ludicrous the amount of time and money I spend on my dogs. 1,861 more words

Bella And The Blonde

Keep Your Pets Safe This Holiday Season

Keep Your Pets Safe This Holiday Season

Keeping your furry friends safe during the busy holiday season can be quite the challenge. There are new and interesting temptations in your home, new noises and smells, and likely a lot more people coming and going. 470 more words

Dog Doors

A Holiday Gift Giving Guide for Dog Owners

This article is contributed by Cindy Aldridge

It’s never easy to find the right gift for someone in your life. You want to give them something they’ll love, but with the holiday season already here, you don’t have a lot of time to wander the malls and hope inspiration strikes you. 548 more words


Christmas Decor Dangers

The holidays are here and like many, I LOVE decorating.  Sparkling tinsel, flickering candles, beautiful trees… As wonderful as they all are, many of the holiday decorations we all love can also be harmful to our dogs if we aren’t careful.  399 more words


Top 5 Signs of Canine Cancer

The big C. It’s a scary diagnosis. But you know what? It’s only scary for you humans. We waggers aren’t scared of cancer at all. Sure, maybe we’re uncomfortable. 1,071 more words


Lepto-Infected Puppies From Puerto Rico Expose Children & Families

Health officials in New Hampshire are sounding a warning about dogs brought into the state from Puerto Rico earlier this month. Five of the puppies have since fallen ill and at least one of them has tested positive for leptospirosis. 180 more words

Child Safety