5 Tips for Bringing Your Dog to the Beach

Running around in the sand, splashing in the waves, feeling the gentle breeze—there are few things to do with your dog that are better than a beach day. And let’s face it, a trip to the shore with a happy pooch is probably on your (sand) bucket list, too. Here are some tips to make it the best day ever:…

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When Canines Compete: Dog Sports

Dog’s, like humans can get bored easily. They need to be kept busy and healthy both mentally and physically. There are a huge number of sports that dog’s can take part in that make the most of their natural doggy instincts and that will produce for you, a happy and well rounded pet. Here is a list of some of…

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5 Great Winter Activities for Dogs

There are many ways to include your dog in the snowy fun – but it is important to first review important winter safety tips for pets. Here are some of the basics: Limit your dog’s time outdoors in the cold weather. Consider dressing your pup in booties and/or a sweater to help keep him warm. Always provide plenty of fresh water so…

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Vitamins, Minerals and Herbal Remedies for Dogs

Premium dog food usually has all the nutrients your pooch needs. But some pets benefit from a little extra nutritional boost. That’s where vitamins, minerals and supplements come in. If your dog is a picky eater, is recovering from an illness, is pregnant or nursing puppies, or has certain diseases or skin problems, ask your vet whether a nutritional supplement…

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How to Take Care Of Your Dog (10 Tips)

PROVIDE A PROTECTED AND CLEAN LIVING ENVIRONMENT FOR YOUR DOG.  Shelter from the elements and hazards, as well as good hygiene, are basic to a quality life. ALWAYS KEEP FRESH WATER AVAILABLE.  Maintaining optimal hydration is important for health and energy. FEED A QUALITY DIET AND PREVENT OBESITY.  Overweight humans and animals can adversely affect health in many ways.  Follow…

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Unleashing the Secrets of Puppy Behavior

Your pup, exploring the world When a pup is first born, its life is all about warm and furry mom. But puppies grow up fast. By the time your puppy’s three months old, think teenager, versus toddler. Welcome to the juvenile phase, when their instincts are focused on the big wide world — seeing the sights and smelling the smells!…

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