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Why The Start Of Daylight Saving Time Drives Your Dog Bonkers

Why The Start Of Daylight Saving Time Drives Your Dog Bonkers

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(Picture Credit: foodandwinephotography/Getty Images) Daylight Saving Time starts on Sunday, March 10th in 2019 at 2:00 AM. Remember to “spring forward” and set your clocks! For humans, the skipped hour when Daylight Saving Time begins might just mean we miss out on an hour of sleep. But for dogs, the effects can be very different.…
National Craft Month: Try Making A DIY Dog Sweater [VIDEO]

National Craft Month: Try Making A DIY Dog Sweater [VIDEO]

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(Picture Credit: Elizabethsalleebauer/Getty Images) March is National Craft Month–a time to get creative and try your hand at making new things. Our dogs provide no shortage of inspiration for us to get artsy. Why not use that inspiration to make something practical, like a do-it-yourself dog sweater? After all, the weather is still a little…
Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 6 Indoor Exercises For Senior Dogs

Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 6 Indoor Exercises For Senior Dogs

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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) In our Gold Souls, Gray Faces series, we discuss the special care our sweet senior dogs need to stay healthy and happy. Your lovable, gray-faced, senior pooch may not move as fast in their old age as they used to, but that doesn’t mean they have no need for exercise. In…
5 Military Dogs Who Deserve To Be Honored For K9 Veterans Day

5 Military Dogs Who Deserve To Be Honored For K9 Veterans Day

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(Picture Credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images) K9 Veterans Day is celebrated on March 13th, which is the date that the US Army K9 Corps was founded in 1942. It’s a chance for us to honor the four-legged heroes who help serve our armed forces and keep our troops safe. K9 handlers in the military can tell you…
Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 7 Tips To Prepare A Pet Sitter For Your Senior Dog

Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 7 Tips To Prepare A Pet Sitter For Your Senior...

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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Gold Souls, Gray Faces is a series that focuses on loving and taking care of our sweet senior dogs. When it comes to getting a pet sitter for an older pup, there are plenty of things to worry about. Seniors often have medical needs that have to be addressed, and when…
How To Get A Job As A Professional Dog Sitter

How To Get A Job As A Professional Dog Sitter

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(Picture Credit: hedgehog94/Getty Images) Sometimes jobs can be hard to come by. What isn’t in short supply, however, is dog owners, and people’s need to take care of their pets properly while they’re away from home. If you’re looking for a part-time gig or a full-time job, being a pet sitter might be in the…
7 Pokemon GO Dog Walking Safety Tips

7 Pokemon GO Dog Walking Safety Tips

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(Picture Credit: Artur Debat/Getty Images) For a while, the Pokemon GO app was just about the most popular thing ever, and it may be the most successful fitness app of all time. People everywhere got off the couch and walked just to find those cute little monsters. It’s no surprise that people were also walking…
New Research Says These 3 Things Might Change Your Dog’s Personality

New Research Says These 3 Things Might Change Your Dog’s Personality

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(Picture Credit: Grace Chon/Getty Images) People experience everyday situations that shape their lives. Big life events and small habits all shape and influence people’s personalities. Apparently, the same thing happens to dogs. If you think your dog has always been lazy, outgoing, or friendly since you first got them, those personality traits could change as…
Dog Love More Powerful Than Partner Love? You Might Be Surprised

Dog Love More Powerful Than Partner Love? You Might Be Surprised

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(Picture Credit: Kymberlie Dozois Photography/Getty Images) How far does your love for your dog go? While humans and dogs express their feelings for each other in different ways, pet owners unanimously love their dogs very much. A new report tried to  quantify what “very much” really means. One of the findings suggests that over half…
Researchers Cure Rare Heart Arrhythmia In Dogs Using Radio Frequencies

Researchers Cure Rare Heart Arrhythmia In Dogs Using Radio Frequencies

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(Picture Credit: stonena7/Getty Images) Arrhythmia, or irregular heartbeat, can be common among dogs. Some dogs who experience sinus arrhythmia do not even show symptoms. Sadly, there are also rare, life-threatening types of this condition. That includes the type caused by atrioventricular accessory pathways (APs). Labradors are the most commonly afflicted breed that suffers from arrhythmia…