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7 Things to Know About One Common Canine Illness

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Summertime often means family vacations, road trips, and taking off on a whim to enjoy the nice weather and being out of school. For your dog, this could be an exciting time to hang out with the family

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The Essential Guide to Doggie Diabetes (Video)

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One of the most popular posts that my co-blogger, Franklin, ever wrote for this blog was “Your Dog is Not a Human, So Don’t Feed Him Like One!” In it, he introduced you guys to a lot of common human

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13 Reasons to Love the Greyhound (Video)

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One of the most striking and unique dogs in many ways, the Greyhound has risen in popularity as a house pet in recent decades. In fact, there are now far more Greyhounds as pets than as racing dogs, which

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5 Ways to Help Your Dog Handle Car Sickness

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For many people all across the nation, the summer time means a lot of time is spent driving. From one beach party to another, from one round of visiting friends home from college to another, from one quick

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Breed Spotlight: Parson Russell Terrier (Video)

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There are some breeds that don’t really inspire a strong reaction when you meet one, other than a pleasant feeling of, “Oh look, a new dog!” However, other breeds definitely bring about a love or

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Is Banfield Wellness Plan Right for Your Dog? (Video)

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As humans, we make regular trips to our doctor for checkups and routine treatments. Sadly, many humans do not provide these basic services to their dogs. That’s where a program like Banfield Wellness

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The 411 on Heartworm Prevention for Dogs

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I wandered out into my yard this morning to find crocuses poking their pretty little heads up around the base of the tree where I planted them – glorious little bursts of color that tell me spring is

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A Look at Chihuahua Terrier Mixes

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Last week for your reading pleasure, I offered up A Look at the Boxer Lab Mix and A Look at the German Shepherd Lab Mix. I also promised to devote some blog space to smaller crossbreeds, so being a person

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9 Fun Toys That Teach Your Dog How to Fetch

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Every morning like clockwork, I head outdoors to check on the hens and give Leroy and Janice a morning bathroom break. Leroy likes to follow me to the henhousebecause try as I might, I can’t get him

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Thinking About a Chorkie? Read This First (Video)

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Regular readers know that I’m not generally a fan of “designer” breeds, and I have a particular dislike for breeders that take ridiculously small dogs and try to make them even smaller, leading to

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