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9 Reasons Your Dog Should Be Your Valentine [VIDEOS]

9 Reasons Your Dog Should Be Your Valentine [VIDEOS]

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(Picture Credit: Liliya Kulianionak/Getty images) Your dog is the love of your life! There’s no need to sign up for dating sites–just look down, and they are right there. So this year for Valentine’s Day, skip all the human drama, expensive gifts, and courtship rituals, and just let your dog be your Valentine. There’s no…

5 Of The Best Indoor Dog Toys To Keep Cooped Up Pups Busy

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(Picture Credit: Sally Anscombe/Getty Images) Many of the world’s dog parents are apartment dwellers, which can present a few challenges when it comes to exercise and play sessions. With shelter in place orders, dog park closures, and more limited outdoor activity options lately, even dogs in big homes may feel cooped up. Thankfully, there are…

5 Dog Toys That Are Perfect For Backyard Play Time

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(Picture Credit: Dhwee/Getty Images) If you’re blessed with a backyard, you’ll know there’s nothing your dog loves more than to spend an afternoon cavorting around their safe outdoor space. One way to really ramp up the fun factor of your backyard sessions is to pick up a few dog toys that are specifically tailored for…
Periodontal Disease In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

Periodontal Disease In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Periodontal disease in dogs is an inflammation or infection that results in the weakening or loss of support structures of the teeth. Gum disease is one of the most common afflictions in dogs with over 80 percent of dogs having early stages of gum disease by the time they are three…
7 Signs Your Dog Is Having A Seizure

7 Signs Your Dog Is Having A Seizure

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(Picture Credit: Westend61/Getty Images) There’s nothing worse than the feeling of knowing something is wrong with your dog and not being sure what’s going on. It’s even more anxiety-inducing when the symptoms have a wide, vague range, like muscle spasms and drooling. If your dog is acting “off” and suddenly falls to the ground with…
Dear Labby: My Dog Ate My Money! What Should I Do?

Dear Labby: My Dog Ate My Money! What Should I Do?

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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Dear Labby, After a recent trip to the bank, I left some cash on the kitchen table without thinking much of it and went to run some errands. When I got back, I found that the new dollar bills had been chewed up, and a few of them must have been…

Is Your Anxiety Contagious To Your Dog? Here’s What You Can Do

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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Dogs are good at picking up on human emotions. That’s one of the things we love about them. They always seem to know when we need a cuddle to cheer us up, when we need a partner to share in our joy, and when we need a friend to act silly…
Proper Dental Care Can Help Your Dog Live A Longer, Healthier Life

Proper Dental Care Can Help Your Dog Live A Longer, Healthier Life

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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) February is National Pet Dental Health Month! Unfortunately, many pet parents never look inside their dogs’ mouths. That’s a shame because up to 80% of adult dogs have significant oral pathology. A dog’s mouth is the ideal incubator for all kinds of bacteria to thrive, partly because the mouth is warm and…

5 Of The Best Toys To Bond With Your Dog During Shelter In Place

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(Picture Credit: Carol Yepes/Getty Images) Living through a shelter in place situation can be tough. But along with taking all of the necessary personal steps to safeguard your family and your community, it’s important that you don’t overlook your dog’s welfare! One of the best ways to reassure your dog that all is calm and…

What To Consider When Buying A Life Jacket For Your Dog

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(Image Credit: Colleen Gara/Getty Images) Have you ever thought about getting your dog a life jacket for boat rides and water activities? It might be an odd thing to consider. Why does my dog need a life jacket? Can’t dogs swim? We like to think that our pets have retained all of their wild instincts, but…