The Real Puppy Love: How Dogs Love and Perceive Love

The Real Puppy Love: How Dogs Love and Perceive Love

What better way to spend time with your dog than by showing them just how much you love them? Spending time with your pup and giving them oodles of affection is not only a great mood booster for the two of you, but can also help your dog live longer!

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Nap Time All The Time: The Ins and Outs of Healthy Sleeping Habits for Your Dog

Nap Time All The Time: The Ins and Outs of Healthy Sleeping Habits for Your Dog

Cats are known for their daily routine that includes waking up, eating food, napping on and off all day, eating more food, then sleeping even more. Did you know that dogs actually sleep a lot during the day as well? Dogs typically spend 12-14 hours a day asleep, and puppies sleep for 18 hours! Around 50% of a dog’s day is sleep, so here are some tips to keep their snoozing healthy.
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Age Before Beauty? Why Not Both!

Age Before Beauty? Why Not Both!

We’ve all heard the classic line “age before beauty”, but why not have an older pup who also looks as good as they did when they were young? Your dog’s health stems from a lot of different places, and one of the biggest is their hygiene. There are two main types of dog hygiene: dental health and skin/coat health. Here are some ways to keep both as squeaky clean and beautiful as possible!
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Senior Dogs: How To Handle Weight Loss

Senior Dogs: How To Handle Weight Loss

I love senior dogs. They’re wise, and they radiate an aura of gentle bliss. However, sometimes these radiators of gentle bliss become confronted by weight changes. As an owner, you want the best for your aging pup. Weight change in senior dogs, specifically weight loss, affects a dog’s health in a variety of ways and is caused by a variety of health and diet issues. 
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Senior Dogs: How To Handle Weight Gain

Senior Dogs: How To Handle Weight Gain

Has your pup grown a bit long in the tooth? Weight gain in dogs often coincides with aging, and is often difficult to deal with. If your senior dog has packed on some extra poundage, aging has likely played a considerable role. However old your pup, weight gain in aging dogs is resolvable. This article aims to aid senior dog owners who are worried about their fur baby’s weight gain, and to quell some of those worries with beneficial information.
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A Little Long in the Tooth? Signs of Aging in your Dog

A Little Long in the Tooth? Signs of Aging in your Dog

One of the most universally difficult things to admit is growing older. According to my aunt, she’s still 35. Father time continues to tick away, but we do our darndest to ignore him. When it comes to our furry little friends, recognizing the signs of aging can be difficult. Not because all of the signs are subtle, but more so because we hate to recognize our precious pups are growing older.
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Human Grade Dog Food vs Feed Grade Dog Food

Human Grade Dog Food vs Feed Grade Dog Food

Buying your pup the best food may not be as easy as you think. There’s a lot of research that should be done when it comes to finding the most suitable dog food! There are many factors that you should consider when looking at different brands and recipes for your pup. One of them is whether it is classified as human grade or feed grade dog food.
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Human Food: What’s Safe For Your Dog’s Health?

Human Food: What’s Safe For Your Dog’s Health?

In part one of this two part article, we spoke about the human foods to avoid feeding to your fur baby. The article detailed the most toxic foods, and foods that are potentially dangerous. You can read the first article, here
  In this article, we’re going to go over the different types of human food that are safe to feed your pup (as a special treat), and the types that are even a benefit to your dog’s health. 
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Human Food: What’s Toxic For Your Dog’s Health?

Human Food: What’s Toxic For Your Dog’s Health?

It’s hard to resist the charm of our pups around dinner time. When human food is around, our furry little friends seem to transform into the pure essence of cute. Sometimes we fall victim to that cute charm, and we give our pup some scraps. We tend to think we know what’s good and bad for our dog; there’s a pretty widely known list of foods dog owners know they should never give to their dogs: 
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Keep Your Dog Happy and Healthy: Daily Walks

Keep Your Dog Happy and Healthy: Daily Walks

As most if not all dog owners know, dog wellness leads to dog longevity, and what better way for your pup to stay healthy than their favorite time of the day: walk time! Here are some reasons why walk time is actually key to dog longevity, and how you can allot the correct exercise time for them! Why Walks? Just like with humans, dogs require exercise to keep their bodies fit and working properly.
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Dog Separation Anxiety: How To Treat and Prevent It

Dog Separation Anxiety: How To Treat and Prevent It

In part one of this two part article, we talked about how dog separation anxiety develops and how to recognize it. In this second part, we’re going to talk about the best and most effective ways to not only treat separation anxiety, but to prevent it too. A brief reminder: the dog owner is hardly ever at fault for their pup’s development of separation anxiety. 
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Dog Separation Anxiety: How It Happens and How To Recognize It

Dog Separation Anxiety: How It Happens and How To Recognize It

Many dog owners hate leaving their pup home alone. You feel like you’re abandoning your furry little friend. You might leave the TV on or give them a treat to settle their nerves, and usually your pup will relax soon enough. 
Some owners will say, “My dog always follows me around the house; I think they have separation anxiety.”
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