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Nose Work for Your Dog
6 months ago

Nose Work for Your Dog

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By Sophia Rutti, Dog’s Downtown

It is no secret that dogs have an exceptional sense of smell. Walking down the street you’ll see every breed of dog get carried away …
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LOST PET PREVENTION
6 months ago

LOST PET PREVENTION

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By Sam Connelly, Pure Gold Pet Trackers

 

A Missing Pet.  It’s every pet owner’s nightmare.  Pets can sometimes behave in unpredictable ways, and when they do, it can be …
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Is In-Home Pet Care the  Right Choice for My Pets?
11 months ago

Is In-Home Pet Care the Right Choice for My Pets?

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By Cindi Lin, Becky’s Pet Care

There are many reasons to consider in-home care for your pets. In-home pet care is a professional service offered by many pet care providers …
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Dog Gone  Hard Work
11 months ago

Dog Gone Hard Work

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These dogs don’t get to catch allot of ZZZZs during their working days. Understanding Psychiatric SDs and ESAs

 

By Sophia Rutti 

Dogs have, for thousands of years, been an …
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Fur-Friendly  Craft Breweries
1 year ago

Fur-Friendly Craft Breweries

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Chill with your dog this summer at these locations, each brews up a fun and unique experience from funky to friendly to fresh air.  

By Angela Meyers

It’s Summer. 
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The Secret to  Resolving  Separation Anxiety
1 year ago

The Secret to Resolving Separation Anxiety

By  •  Features, Training

Dogs can’t speak to us to say how they are feeling, so we have to become fluent in their language—their body language.

By Tracy Krulik, CTC

Your dog goes into …
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The Value of Hiring a Professional Pet Sitter
1 year ago

The Value of Hiring a Professional Pet Sitter

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Our pets are valuable to us, so why not hire a service that delivers on value? These common scenarios are “real-life” problems that have come up in Professional Pet Care …
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Of Paint, Personality and Patience
1 year ago

Of Paint, Personality and Patience

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with Erica Eriksdotter

It’s such a pleasure to talk with the amazingly talented Erica Eriksdotter. Erica’s last name is Eriksdotter which means “Erik’s daughter” in Swedish. Named after her father, …
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Creating a perfect pet-friendly retreat
1 year ago

Creating a perfect pet-friendly retreat

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The outside world can’t be controlled, but our homes can be designed to be a place of rest for you and your pup

By Carina Thornton

2016 study by the …
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Dog disputes
2 years ago

Dog disputes

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When A Dispute over a Pet Makes You Upset —Mediate Is the Best Bet

By Vivian Leven

Dog ownership in an urban setting comes with its own set of challenges. …
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