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What Dangers Lurk At A Dog Park?

Ah, it's summertime, a chance for dog owners to enjoy the great outdoors with their dogs. Although I have always enjoyed going to dog parks with my dogs, I've recently read some cautionary tales I thought I would share with you. read more…

Are You a Step Mom to a Dog?

Being a step mom to children can be challenging. Blending families is never easy, especially when you have lived as two separate families for so many years. There's always jealousy, fighting and the occasional screeching "you're not my Mother!" read more…

Technology and Your Dog

There is no doubt that we humans are into technology ... if we forget our cell phones, we feel naked. And where would we be without our computers, iPads and laptops? In fact, I read an interesting statistic the other day ... there are more than 7 billion people on the planet today -- 5.1 billion of them own a cell phone, but only 4.2 billion own a toothbrush. Crazy! read more…

Want To Know Your Dog

Many times dog owners rescue dogs from animal shelters or rescue organizations, and they have no idea what breed the dog is... read more…

Does Your Dog Have Allergies?

Achoo! This is a sound heard around our household as Spring and Summer sets in and everything begins to bloom. Think about how miserable you are - your eyes running, your nose dripping and a general feeling of sluggishness. Just like their dog owners, dogs can have allergies too! read more…

Playing Fetch With Your Dog? Be Careful!

Ah the joys of Spring and Summer, when you can be outside with your dog enjoying the fresh air! You're hiking along a trail and your dog picks up a stick. Your instinct is to throw it. Although many dog owners like to play fetch with their dog, there are some perils you need to be aware of. read more…

Working Out With Your Dog

Fortunately, dogs don't have to worry about getting into a bathing suit or the flab around their arm muscles or "muffin tops." However, it is good for both you and your dog to stay in shape and at a healthy weight. A recent survey by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP) found that 53 percent of adult dogs and 55 percent of cats were considered overweight or obese by their veterinarian. Estimates on adults are not much better: 66 percent of people are overweight in America. read more…

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