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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;…
Important Tips For Walking Your Dog While Social Distancing

Important Tips For Walking Your Dog While Social Distancing

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(Picture Credit: Julia) So much has changed in the last few months and continues to change weekly–and even daily. Our lives have been impacted dramatically. However, with so many pet parents confined to their homes, our dogs have never been happier! Staying informed is essential, but taking time out for meditation and dog walks is…

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…
National Puppy Day: 10 Fun Ways To Celebrate With Your Pup

National Puppy Day: 10 Fun Ways To Celebrate With Your Pup

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(Picture Credit: Isabella Sthl/Getty Images) National Puppy Day is on March 23rd! It’s a day to celebrate puppies and all the joy and happiness they bring into our lives. There are plenty of ways to celebrate and show puppy love to your little pooch. Here are ten fun things you can do with your pup…
30 Best Dog Names For Beautiful Bernese Mountain Dogs [PICTURES]

30 Best Dog Names For Beautiful Bernese Mountain Dogs [PICTURES]

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(Picture Credit: Klara Kulovec/Getty Images) Are you looking for some awesome Bernese Mountain Dog names? Maybe you’ve just adopted a Berner into your family and you’re wondering what you should call your new best friend. Or maybe you’re just curious about the names that other owners have chosen for their pups. Whatever the case may…
Do I Have To Be Rich To Get A Dog?

Do I Have To Be Rich To Get A Dog?

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(Picture Credit: PM Images/Getty Images) Do you have to be rich to get a dog? The short answer is no. But you do need to be mindful of the expenses that come with adopting a pooch. That’s because, if you don’t pay attention, you’ll find your wallet will feel a lot lighter than you expect.…
Gabapentin For Dogs: Uses, Dosage, And Side Effects

Gabapentin For Dogs: Uses, Dosage, And Side Effects

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(Picture Credit: Auscape/UIG via Getty Images) Gabapentin is a drug that can be used as a treatment for seizures or chronic pain in dogs. Some know this medication by the brand name Neurontin. It’s not FDA-approved for canine use; however veterinarians commonly prescribe it and find it safe for dogs, so long as dog owners obtain veterinary…
Can’t Adopt Or Foster? Here’s What You Can Do To Help Animal Shelters During The Pandemic

Can’t Adopt Or Foster? Here’s What You Can Do To Help Animal Shelters During...

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(Picture Credit: Pekic/Getty Images) It’s probably safe to say we’re all experiencing a sense of restlessness and anxiety right now during our nation’s various stages of shelter-in-place to stay safe amidst the COVID-19 outbreak. Beyond that, we’re feeling the urge to do something to help. Animal lovers are likely feeling a little helpless because their…
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 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…