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5 Tips to Help Your Dog Thrive During a Move

There’s no doubt that moving is a stressful experience for every member of the family, including your canine companions. Unfortunately, we can’t simply explain moving to our dogs. Think about it from the dog perspective: the family packs up everything, including dog food, treats, and toys. Everyone in the house is stressed out. To top […]

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Why Dogs Greatly Benefit Those With Autism

It’s no secret that dogs can improve the lives of people living with a variety of conditions, from PTSD to physical health problems. Since WWII, animal-assisted therapy has proven effective in helping those with disabilities to have a better quality of life.  And as healthcare professionals learn more about autism spectrum disorder (ASD), we gain […]

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Six Tips For Giving Your Pet a Bath

If you have a dog, you’re a dog lover or just have experienced the joy of dogs, in general, then you know that there are two types: those who love taking a bath and those who absolutely hate it and will destroy anything in their path to avoid such punishment and torture.   Unfortunately for the […]

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How Dogs Help Children With Special Needs

Almost every kid dreams of having a dog. However, for children with special needs, having a trained therapy or service dog might be the best way for them to reach their potential. There are about 500,000 service dogs in the United States that help people each day. These dogs go into schools, hospitals, and businesses with […]

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7 Unique Ways to Celebrate Your Dog in Style

Calling all dog lovers! If you’re an avid adherent to the belief that canines are man’s best friend, if the experience of your dog slobbering all over your face warms your heart, if you love to spoil your pooch every chance you get, this post is for you. Whether it’s their birthday, a holiday, or […]

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Why Dogs Are Such Great Motivators

There are around 70 million companion dogs in the U.S., according to the American Veterinary Medical Association. We keep these remarkable creatures around because they enrich our lives in numerous ways, from providing unconditional love to protecting our home from the threat of intruders. They can also motivate us to do better on a personal […]

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