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Life with dogs
When an injured stray found her way to their porch, this family opened their hearts. Betsy stepped right in.
Kato’s humans knew he was in distress on the hiking trail; Evergreen first responders were glad to help
Todd went from a filthy hoarding situation to a friendly foster home. Now this little cuddler is looking for something more permanent.
In today’s world, financial stability is much less common than it once was. So, to help you better manage your expenses in regards to your pets, we suggest looking into resources in your area if your pet is ill or hurt and you cannot afford to treat it as you may have in the past.
Here is a list of some national organizations that might be able to help you better afford care for your dog…
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We’re well into the 21st century folks, and smartphone apps aren’t just for humans anymore. In fact, there are dozens of dog and pet apps out there to help you manage your job as a devoted dog parent. Need to talk to a vet or trainer after business hours? Searching for pet sitters or pet-friendly hotels for your next vacation? Yep, there are apps for that — and much more! Check out our list below for the 10 best dog apps we picked to to make life easier for you and your pup…
One of the most time consuming aspects of shopping for pet insurance is trying to understand the different pricing structures from the multiple pet insurance carriers, especially given all the varying exclusions. We found Healthy Paws, Embrace and Petplan to have the least exclusions and thus to be the most transparent with their pricing…
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“Throw a dog a bone” — a common saying we’ve all heard, but, in reality, is it a good idea to give your dog a bone as a treat after your meal? We all know dogs consider a bone a prized possession, but how do you know which bones are safe, and what do you do if your dog eats a bone that’s not safe for his health? Find out all the answers to your questions and more in our comprehensive guide to safe bones for dogs…
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Whether you’re trying to teach obedience, prevent excessive barking or help your dog learn their boundaries, these training collars may be able to help. There are 7 types of dog training collars which can help address an array of training needs. Each collar works differently, which means training will vary…
If you have an older dog, then you are no stranger to finding miscellaneous bumps and lumps on them. In fact most dogs over the age of 7 will have developed one or more of these bumps upon inspection. But what are these lumps and bumps on dogs and when should you be concerned…
As dog owners, we’ve all been there. You got delayed at the office or running errands, and your dog couldn’t hold it any longer. Of course, he picked the perfect place on the carpet to pee. Or even worse, your pet has chosen a regular spot to relieve himself in your home because you haven’t been able to completely eliminate the smell. Never fear! We’ll give you some expert tips on how to get dog pee smell out of carpet for good…
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Hiring a dog trainer can be expensive but it could also lead to your dog looking to the trainer as the alpha dog. Your dog may want affirmation from the trainer instead of you. Not only could this cause some problems at home where he may not listen to you, but it will also hurt your feelings a bit that your dog is closer friends with someone else. Have no fear, Doggy Dan to the rescue…
If you’re anything like me, getting out of bed can be a struggle at times. The alarm goes off at 6 AM and I am not enthusiastic about getting out of my warm covers. Sally, our dog, is the complete opposite. She is ready to roll because she knows it’s feeding time. Fortunately, my husband is in charge of her morning feeding, so I don’t have to rush out of bed like he does. (Sally doesn’t allow any snoozed alarms.) It wasn’t until researching this article that I realized how beneficial an automatic dog feeder with timer would be. Although we love our Sally and appreciate her enthusiasm in the mornings, it would be nice to hit the snooze alarm every now and then ;) . We’ve researched some of the best automatic pet feeders and categorized them according to their offerings…
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Imagine if you had to eat the exact same food every meal, every day of your life. Beyond being painfully boring, wouldn’t you question whether you’re getting a nutritionally balanced diet? Welcome to a dog’s life. Long ago before commercially produced dog food, dogs ate a lot of the same foods as humans. There’s a reason our dogs beg for our food – they’re meant to eat a variety. Table scraps anyone?…