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Your Dog’s Eating Changes Could Be Telling You Something

What does decreased eating mean and what can you do about it?

Who says dogs can’t talk?

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Conversations with Daisy Pt. 3

These are actual conversations I have with our 1.5-year-old English Shepherd, Daisy. Note, I am interpreting Daisy’s barks, expressions, and intonation. But these are all true!

The Deer Hunter

(Daisy jumps up on the door)

Daisy: Get out of my yard deer!!

Daisy: I do not like this one littl...

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Dog Beds: Choosing the Right One for Your Dog

Most people love nothing more than snuggling into bed at the end of a long day. While your dog may seem happy to nap anywhere, most dogs love having their own comfy bed to snuggle into at the end of the day...

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Smiling Dog: Bodhi

Dog’s name and age: Bodhi, 8 years

How was your dog named? Bodhi was named after a school project my son worked on about a chosen festival...

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Dogs Chase Bears Away

Doing so saves bears’ lives

The abilities of dogs have allowed them to help other species of animals in a variety of ways. Dogs can sniff out endangered species or use their noses to find invasive ones...

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Top Places to Visit in Texas with Your Dog

I have a penfriend who lives in Texas. Recently she acquired a furry friend and was thinking about taking her pooch on holiday with her. What concerned her was that dogs may not be welcome in some places. My name’s Valerie, and I also own a pooch...

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Does Your Dog Beg for Scraps? 5 Ways to Stop Begging

Does this sound familiar?

You cook a delightful meal, and just as your family gathers around the table, your dog starts acting up. She starts whining in a high-pitched voice and widens her eyes...

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New Cozy Mysteries that Will Pawsitively Make You Howl!

April 4, 2019
Woman reading outside with dog

There’s never such thing as having too many dogs—especially if they belong in the pages of a book! From beagles to bloodhounds, Pomeranians to poodles, these adorable canine-centric cozy mysteries are poochfully perfect to read while you’re waiting for your own pup ...

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Dog Dementia: Spot the Warning Signs and Manage Your Mutt Successfully

Regardless of how old they get, dogs always remain a pet parent’s little bundle of joy. No parent can see their pooch in an upsetting situation...

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The Dachshund Museum’s First Anniversary

Still popular 365 days after the opening

The mascot of the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich Germany was a Dachshund named Waldi—a blue, green, yellow and orange stuffed toy modeled after a real-life member of the breed...

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