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How Much Exercise Does Your Dog Need?

Many dogs’ ears perk up at the word “walk,” and with good reason. Exercise is essential for dogs. Not only does it prevent canine obesity, it provides good opportunities for training, [...]

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Excessive Dog Licking And What To Do About It

Have you ever asked yourself, why do dogs lick you? If you’ve considered this and other dog-specific behaviors and still don’t know why your pet is acting the way he is, this is the [...]

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Supporting Your Dog in Socializing

With more than a year of social distancing behind us, many of us are eager to get back to socializing with loved ones. The excitement of socializing may also come with some anxiety—do we even [...]

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Keep Calm and Summer On

People might think summer is the best time of year for their pets; and it can be a blast. But the warm months can also be stressful. While joining the family for a road trip may be fun for [...]

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How to Keep Your Dog’s Teeth Clean

Fortunately, there are multiple ways to keep your dog’s pearly whites clean and healthy. Some ways your dog can maintain optimal dental health include:  Chewing Chewing is typical canine [...]

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Common Dog Myths

Many of us are familiar with common canine stereotypes: dogs hate mail carriers; dogs love bones; dogs and cats are natural-born enemies. As with many stereotypes, these are somewhat rooted in [...]

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Understanding Why Dogs Dig

Digging like barking, sniffing, and tail wagging is typical dog behavior. Depending on the strength of your dog’s prey drive, digging can be a relatively harmless activity perhaps [...]

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How Much Outdoor Time Does Your Dog Need?

With spring just around the corner, many of us are eager to soak up as much warmth and sunshine as possible… much to the benefit of our four-legged friends. When it comes to dogs, outdoor time is [...]

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Why Dogs Cry and What are They Communicating

Like barking and growling, whining is a way that dogs vocalize. There are a number of things your dog may be trying to tell you when it whines, whether it's asking for something it [...]

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National Walk Your Dog Month

January is ‘Walk your Dog Month’ giving you the perfect opportunity to get moving to work off all that festive food and drink and kickstart your healthy new year’s resolutions with more exercise [...]

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