Category: Dogs

Yes! Dogs Do Smile!

For years, scientists have questioned the canines’ abilities to experience emotions. But, according to Dr. Nicholas Dodman, (head of animal behavior at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University) dogs do smile and don’t just experience emotions; they communicate them as well. In his research, Dodman concluded that dogs do smile and they…
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Homemade Pup Food in a Snap!

Millions of people are starting the new year by investing in their health, but what about our dogs? If your pet needs to lose a few pounds as well, consider making nutritious homemade dog food for them to eat. It’s simple and your pup will love it. Invest in Your Pet’s Health Pet obesity, unfortunately,…
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Frozen Treats for Pets this Summer

Summer is here and depending on where you live, this hot weather is not letting up. While you look for ways to cool down, don’t forget about your pet. Try making these homemade frozen pet treats to keep Bouncer or Turbo cool for the rest of the season. Ways of Keeping Your Pets Cool Pets…
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5 Ways Pets Boost Your Health

A pet is certainly a great friend. After a difficult day, pet owners quite literally feel the love. In fact, for over 25 years, research has shown that living with pets provides certain health benefits. Pets help lower blood pressure and lessen anxiety. They boost our immunity. They can even help you get dates. Check…
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Pamper Your Pooch with DogTV

Leaving the radio or television on for your pets when you’re away from home is a nice gesture, but it isn’t always comforting. Your taste in entertainment may not appeal to your pets. Luckily, there have been advancements in a new endeavor known as DOGTV. The Humane Society of the United States has long suggested…
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All Dogs Go To Heaven & Sometimes They Get Visiting Hours

The idea that all dogs go to heaven is a popular one. There is even a animated movie called ‘All Dogs Go To Heaven’, created in 1989. It spawned a sequel and touched hearts of children and adults alike. We watched the animated star, Charlie, leave heaven to come back to earth for a second…
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10 Toxic Table Scraps for Pets

Many humans treat their pets like family, showering them with love via treats and table scraps. Unfortunately, this can have serious consequences for our pets’ health. Certain foods for humans can be toxic to dogs and cats. Although Fluffy or Spot may seem to enjoy them, table scraps can make pets sick. The human diet…
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Keep Dogs From Digging Up Your Yard

While we connect with nature by tending to our gardens and relaxing in our yards, most dogs prefer digging up planted flowers and grass. The question is: how can we curb their desires and have a hole-free yard? Prevent Dogs From Digging   First Step: Identify Why Your Dog Digs Here are four factors: Instinct.…
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Local Dog Parks Enhances the CommUNITY

Dog parks are more than lawns where canines can run free. These parks are beneficial to local communities, adding green space and creating a place where everyone can connect. In 1979, the first official U.S. dog park, Ohlone Park in Berkeley, California, was created. Here in America the number of households with dogs have increased…
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3 Spring Snacks for Your Dogs

Spring is all about embracing warm weather, nature, and fresh flavors. While you’re enjoying fresh spring meals, don’t forget about your furry friends! Your dogs will enjoy the three homemade snacks listed below. 3 Fruity Treats for Dogs Mango and Chicken Biscuits Mango is a sweet spring and summer flavor that your dog will love.…
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