Category: Dog Care Tips

Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving with Your Dog

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Thanksgiving is a holiday which involves giving thanks not only to the people in your life, but everything that’s good in your life. There can never be anything better than having a dog who loves you unconditionally and who can brighten even the darkest days. So when the time comes, here are a few ways…

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Celebrating Halloween with Your Dog

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A lone dog howls in the distance as moonbeams dance on excited trick-or-treaters, streaming through neighborhoods in search of delightful treats and wicked tricks. The howling continues in the distance. Perhaps the dog, looking sadly out of his window, has only one wish: To join in the celebration of the creepiest, spookiest, silliest night of…

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How to Train Your Dog to Stop Begging at the Table

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Every meal you bake, every snack you make… someone’s watching you with those big puppy-dog eyes. While some people do not mind if their dog begs at the table, it can be a problem if your dog is barking, pawing at your leg, or annoying your guests. As your dog’s guardian, it’s up to you…

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5 Tips for Caring for a Dog with Arthritis

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Arthritis is, unfortunately, a condition that’s highly likely to affect your dog in their lifetime. Approximately 80 percent of dogs over age 8 will be affected, and 20 percent of young adult dogs will start to show symptoms before their senior years. While arthritis is not curable, there are some ways you can keep your dog…

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How to Choose Safe Chew Bones for Your Dog

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Dogs need to chew. Their wild ancestors used their teeth and jaws to tear apart their prey, and crunched bones into small, digestible pieces. The modern dog does not have to work as hard to eat their meals, but they still have strong jaws and sharp teeth, and the urge to chew. Dogs are often…

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How to Train a Therapy Dog for Volunteering at Hospitals and Nursing Homes

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Do you ever look at your dog and think, “How did I ever get to be so lucky”? Volunteering for animal therapy work with your dog is the perfect way to share the joy they bring with those who need it the most. Nursing home residents, hospital patients and domestic violence shelter residents forget their…

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