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Dogs In Astronomy: Look Up To See The Pups

Dogs In Astronomy: Look Up To See The Pups

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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) For thousands of years, the night sky has provided humans with direction, a sense of wonder, and sometimes even feelings of comfort in the form of familiar points of light that act as constant, trustworthy companions. The stars are a lot like our dogs in that way. They are dependable and…
DogTime Review: Dr. Sarah Boston’s ‘Lucky Dog’ Is An Emotional Journey Through Cancer With Dogs

DogTime Review: Dr. Sarah Boston’s ‘Lucky Dog’ Is An Emotional Journey Through Cancer With...

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(Image Credit: Beth Meadows) We here at DogTime were given the opportunity to review Lucky Dog: How Being a Veterinarian Saved My Life by veterinary oncologist Dr. Sarah Boston. As a lover of books and all things dog, I was fortunate to be able to read this book. Originally published back in 2014 by Anansi Press, it…
The Cheese Challenge: Is It Okay To Throw Cheese At Your Dog’s Face?

The Cheese Challenge: Is It Okay To Throw Cheese At Your Dog’s Face?

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(Picture Credit: Hakase_/Getty Images) If you’ve spent any time on social media lately, you’ve probably heard of the Cheese Challenge. Some people started throwing slices of cheese at their babies’ faces and recording the reactions. So the next step, of course, was for people to start throwing cheese at their dogs. Like most internet trends,…
6 Tips To Manage A Large Pet Family In A Small Home

6 Tips To Manage A Large Pet Family In A Small Home

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As a studio apartment dweller, my life is no stranger to clutter. Add in my two Chihuahua mixes and my calico cat, and there is a whole other level of potential chaos. Living in a small space with multiple pets has its challenges. It can be noisy, messy, and frantic. But it also means I…
8 Ways To Help A Dog With Dementia

8 Ways To Help A Dog With Dementia

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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Dogs get old. It’s what happens when we take care of our pups, pay attention to their health and well-being, and do whatever we can to increase their longevity. We want to spend as many years as we can with our dogs and make sure those years are as full and…
13 Essential Items To Have In Your Dog’s First-Aid Kit

13 Essential Items To Have In Your Dog’s First-Aid Kit

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(Picture Credit: PK-Photos/Getty Images) April is National Pet First Aid Awareness Month, and it’s a perfect time to go over exactly what you should include in your dog’s first-aid kit. Even if you already have a first-aid kit, now might be a good time to make sure the supplies haven’t expired or run out. You…
Tear Stains Under Dogs’ Eyes: What They Mean And What You Should Do About Them

Tear Stains Under Dogs’ Eyes: What They Mean And What You Should Do About...

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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) You’ve probably seen dark brown or reddish tear stains under a dog’s eyes and wondered where they come from. Tear stains appear in certain breeds more often than others, and they can indicate a lot of different things. It’s important that you see a veterinarian or eye specialist if your dog…
National Pet First Aid Awareness Month: Spread The Word To Keep Pets Safe

National Pet First Aid Awareness Month: Spread The Word To Keep Pets Safe

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(Picture Credit: smrm1977/Getty Images) April is National Pet First Aid Awareness Month–a month we dedicate to teaching fellow pet parents about providing emergency care to their animals. In general, it’s always a good idea to see your veterinarian if your pet gets hurt or sick. However, you may need to give your furry family member…
6 Dogs Throwing Epic Tantrums When They Can’t Stay At The Dog Park [VIDEOS]

6 Dogs Throwing Epic Tantrums When They Can’t Stay At The Dog Park [VIDEOS]

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(Picture Credit: Stefan Cioata/Getty Images) When your pup is having a blast at the dog park, whether it’s a dog beach or a grassy area, time is of no concern to them. They probably hope they’re going to be there all day. And as pet parents, we wish life was slow and easy enough for…
Wildlife Workers Humanely Protect Bears By Training Dogs To Scare Them Off

Wildlife Workers Humanely Protect Bears By Training Dogs To Scare Them Off

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(Picture Credit: Santiago Urquijo/Getty Images) More and more animals end up on the list of endangered species each year. Human activity is often to blame, and as natural habitats become unable to support their own ecosystems, animals start to move into human domains. It doesn’t help that humans are also stretching their living spaces into…