How To Keep a Dog Calm While Grooming

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Grooming is a very important part of maintaining your dog’s health and looks at the highest possible level. If you groom your dog regularly, your dog will remain clean for a long time, their coat will look wonderful and you’ll avoid potential complications like infections, mats, or injuries caused by overgrown nails. But most importantly, […]

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How to Create the Perfect Space for You and Your Dog

How to Create the Perfect Space for You and Your Dog

With 33% of people having a dog, it comes as no surprise that dogs rank as the world’s most popular pet. And, if you’re one of the many people who choose to let Fido into your home, you most likely know all too well the stress of creating the perfect shared space that meets both […]

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What Are the Benefits of Hosting a “Take Your Dog to Work” Day?

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“Take Your Dog to Work Day” is officially recognized on June 23rd of every year. For the 68 percent of American homes that own a dog, the ability to take your dog to your place of employment is a popular idea. Although there are a few potential downsides (e.g. the distraction, possible noise), there are […]

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Is Your Dog Stressed?

Is Your Dog Stressed?

Is Your Dog Stressed? Know the Signs and What You Can Do to Help Dogs feel stress and even go grey just like humans do, based on the study of Northern Illinois University. Stress and anxiety in dogs manifest in different ways and can have some serious effects on their health. If you’re looking for ways […]

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How to Keep Your Dog Safe on a Road Trip!

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Puppy road trips, having your dog along for the ride is always a blast. Our four-legged friends make for the perfect travel companions. Dogs are wacky, always happy and a whole lot of fun – plus they’ll never complain or bug you if you’re not there yet! Staying Safe on the Road As much fun […]

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Common Dog Health Problems And How To Prevent Them

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Protecting your dog’s health and wellbeing is a priority for all dog owners. Dogs are susceptible to various health issues just like humans are. In fact, periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition found in dogs, AVDC reports. It’s important to educate yourself about the common infections, illnesses, and diseases found in dogs, so you can quickly […]

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Dogs in the Workplace Mean Better Mental Health

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In recent years, the area of mental health is receiving significant attention. That’s because issues relating to it are among the top problems plaguing today’s society. Any person can suffer from problems relating to mental health regardless of their age, health, colour, working category or gender among others. The result is millions of dollars poured […]

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How to Toilet Train a Puppy!

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When you get a new puppy, the most important thing to get out of the way is basic house training – which primarily includes toilet training. Regardless of your puppies breed, they will inevitably have an accident in the early stages of training, and whilst it’s important to be firm and ensure they learn, you should […]

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How to Help Your Dog Live Longer

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Live life to the fullest! The average life span of a dog can be pretty vague, anywhere between 5 to 14 years (source: RSPCA). There are many factors to take in to account that affect your dogs lifespan, i.e. the size, proper care, crossbreeding and whether they are spayed/neutered. While 14 years old tends to […]

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How to Keep Your Dog Calm This Bonfire Night! (2018)

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Bonfire Night is right around the corner. While many people are excited by the fireworks, the bonfires, the food, drink and sparklers, others are worrying about their furry little friends and how it will affect them. While some may really enjoy Bonfire Night, our dogs’ absolutely hate it, the loud bangs and the hissing and […]

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