Posts tagged “dog health” (Page 6)

Puppies and Pumpkins: Fun Fall Activities to do with Your Dog

The weather is cooling down, leaves are changing and falling, pumpkin spice flavors are everywhere, so you know what that means…Fall is officially here! Fall is also a great time of year for you to get out and have some fun adventures with your favorite dog pal. During this season, the weather isn’t too hot or too cold, so you’re able to be outdoors without you or your furry friend being too uncomfortable.

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Get Your Pet-Tech On: Must-Have Apps for Pet Parents

There’s an app for everything these days…even for your furry baby! Yes, that’s right. There are endless apps out there dedicated to help pet parents with their four-legged companions.  Your pet is a member of your family, and there’s plenty to remember to do with and for them. From going on walks to playing catch to feeding them and bringing them to the vet, there’s a lot of responsibility with owning a pet. Thankfully, as a pet owner,

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“Dad, I’m Bored!”: How to Entertain Your Dog When You’re Not Home

Loyal. Reliable. Loving. Fun. Sweet. Handsome. We’re just describing…. the perfect dog! Your pooch certainly loves your attention and spending time with you – there’s a reason he’s called “man’s best friend,” after all! Dogs require a lot of time, attention, and love from their owners. However, there are certain breeds that require even more attention than others, including: huskies, pugs, Dalmatians, Labrador retrievers, Yorkshire terriers, and border collies. If you have one of these breeds,

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Woof Woof: Got a Barking Problem?

A dog without a bark is like tree with no leaves! Something is missing! All dogs are different. Barking is more common with some breeds than with others. For example, Collies aren’t known to be silent, but usually only bark when they really have something to say; Mastiffs rarely raise their voices; Great Danes are known to be the quietest of all dogs, while Beagles are known to be extremely vocal.

Whether you hate barking or don’t mind it,

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