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  • Ultimate Guide to Outdoor And Indoor Dog Potty Solutions
    Figuring out how to make sure your dog can get out to go potty regularly is one of the main issues people have before adopting a new canine family member. Luckily, there are many indoor dog potty solutions available today to help with this problem. If you’re lucky enough to have a balcony, patio, or …

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  • Top Dog Breeds of 2020 Infographic
    “Everyone thinks they have the best dog. And none of them are wrong.” –W. R. Purche Adopt your new best friend! Contact these rescue groups or a local rescue group for more information on your favorite breed: Labrador Retrievers German Shepherds Golden Retrievers French Bulldogs Bulldogs Poodles Beagles Rottweilers German Shorthaired Pointer Pembroke Welsh Corgi …

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  • How To Get Rid Of Skunk Smell On Your Dog
    The smell of spring flowers. Gentle breezes. The gagging, nauseating smell of your dog covered in skunk spray. Now what? If your dog has been sprayed by a skunk, immediate action is needed to prevent you, your pup, and your home from stinking for a looong time. If you’re lucky enough to be reading this …

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  • Dog Laryngeal Paralysis: A Complete Guide For Pet Parents
    When our dog Casey was about nine or ten years old she started to slow down. Being a Chocolate Labrador Retriever she had always been full of energy, and chasing Frisbees was her favorite game. Now she just didn’t seem interested anymore.
  • Worried Your Dog Might Have Arthritis? Dog Arthritis Signs and Symptoms With Infographic
    Just like their human parents, many older dogs are affected by arthritis. My dogs Casey,13, and Riley, 9, are no exception. After a lifetime of extreme Frisbee for Casey, and a lack of proper nutrition as a puppy for rescue Riley, they both have developed arthritis. Osteoarthritis, or OA, is the most common form of arthritis in dogs. According to the American College of Veterinary Surgeons, approximately a quarter of all dogs are affected. These numbers may be higher in older dogs.
  • Easy Dog Kong Recipes You Can Make At Home With Leftovers
    What can you do to make your dog almost as happy as she is to see you when you walk in the door at night? Get out a Kong stuffed with all her favorite treats, of course!

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  • Ultimate Guide to Outdoor And Indoor Dog Potty Solutions
    Figuring out how to make sure your dog can get out to go potty regularly is one of the main issues people have before adopting a new canine family member. Luckily, there are many indoor dog potty solutions available today to help with this problem. If you’re lucky enough to have a balcony, patio, or …

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  • Keep Your Pup Safe And Cool With A Dog Pool Float And Accessories
    As your family heads to the backyard pool, don’t forget to bring everything your furry friend will need! Most dogs enjoy playing in the water or swimming. Make sure you have what your dog needs to be safe and happy: a puncture-proof or puncture-resistant pool; dog safety equipment like a ramp, dog pool float, dog life jacket (even a shark dog life jacket for more fun!), and dog pool alarm. Oh yeah – and don’t forget the dog pool toys!
  • Pup Tested Dog Toothbrush Toy – Is It Right For Your Dog?
    Like many of you have probably experienced, my dogs don’t love having their teeth brushed. It’s enough of a routine that they tolerate it, but not for long. So I thought adding in a dog toothbrush toy to their dental hygiene habits might be more enjoyable for them (and also for me!). Since more than 80% of dogs over the age of three have dental disease it’s something dog parents should be concerned about.
  • Dog Parents Decision Guide On How To Best Keep Your Dog Safe In The Car
    Dogs LOVE to go for rides. A dog will happily get into any vehicle going anywhere. –Dave Barry, humorist (b. 1947) Like all dog people it always brings a smile to my face when I drive by a car and see a dog with its head stuck out the window, jowls flapping and ears flying. …

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  • Top Dog Breeds of 2020 Infographic
    “Everyone thinks they have the best dog. And none of them are wrong.” –W. R. Purche Adopt your new best friend! Contact these rescue groups or a local rescue group for more information on your favorite breed: Labrador Retrievers German Shepherds Golden Retrievers French Bulldogs Bulldogs Poodles Beagles Rottweilers German Shorthaired Pointer Pembroke Welsh Corgi …

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