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5 Positive Stereotypes About Dog People That Are Totally True

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(Picture Credit: Allison Michael Orenstein/Getty Images) Let’s start by saying this: stereotyping and cataloging people based on surface observations is hardly a way to get to know someone. Having said that, there are sometimes shared traits among groups of people. Fortunately for dog people, pretty much all of those clichés are nothing but awesome. Here are…
8 Dogs Who Survived Horrific Natural Disasters And Gave Us Hope

8 Dogs Who Survived Horrific Natural Disasters And Gave Us Hope

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(Picture Credit: ALFREDO ESTRELLA/AFP/Getty Images) The world is a scary place, and natural disasters can happen any time, changing our lives forever. It’s easy to lose hope when something horrible happens, especially when we lose our loved ones, including our dogs. While it may seem like all is lost, sometimes we can find a spark…
9 Awesome Ways People Included Dogs In Their Weddings

9 Awesome Ways People Included Dogs In Their Weddings

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(Picture Credit: amportraits/Getty Images) Dogs are honored members of our families, so we always want to include them in important life events, like weddings. People have come up with all kinds of creative ways to make dogs a feature of their nuptials. Sometimes the pups even outshine the brides and grooms on their big days!…

Earth Day: 7 Ways To Get More Eco-Friendly With Your Dog

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(Picture Credit: Lane Oatey/Blue Jean Images/Getty Images) April 22nd is Earth Day! It serves as a reminder to be kinder and more mindful of our planet. Whether that means using less water, turning off lights, or carpooling, there are simple ways to help the environment. However, going green doesn’t just apply to us as humans;…

Dogs and their undying loyalty

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Dogs have always been a pet and animal people always love to keep in their respective homes. They are not wild in nature, a reason for their being domesticated by a...
5 Of The Best Items To Give Your Dog More Personal Space

5 Of The Best Items To Give Your Dog More Personal Space

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(Picture Credit: Cavan Images/Getty Images) Dogs are wonderfully social creatures. There’s nothing like having your beloved pooch accompany you on a long walk, a trip to run errands, or lounging and relaxing together in the garden. But it’s also vital that you grant your resident canine a little personal space from time to time. Adding…
Coronavirus & Pets: A Vet Tells Us What Pet Parents Should Know About COVID-19

Coronavirus & Pets: A Vet Tells Us What Pet Parents Should Know About COVID-19

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(Picture Credit: gilaxia/Getty Images) Communities around the world are doing their part to slow the spread of coronavirus from human to human, but many pet owners are wondering if their pets are safe from COVID-19. With all the misinformation out there, pet parents need to rely on facts from the experts more than ever. DogTime…
Tularemia In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

Tularemia In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Tularemia in dogs, also known as rabbit fever, is a disease caused by an infection of Francisella tularensis bacteria. The bacteria exists throughout the United States and elsewhere in the Northern Hemisphere. The disease is known as rabbit fever because it’s commonly found in rabbits and other rodents. However, many other…

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…
Dysuria (Difficult, Painful Urination) In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

Dysuria (Difficult, Painful Urination) In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Dysuria is a condition in dogs where urination is difficult and painful. Dogs may strain when trying to urinate, show signs of discomfort, or frequently attempt and fail to urinate. This can be caused by many conditions that affect the urinary tract, including urinary tract infections, bladder stones, or tumors. If you see signs…