7 Ways to Beat Doggie Boredom

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Think about your daily routine. You wake up, get dressed, and leave the house for work, errands, social outings, or whatever else. Then you come home to your dog, who is so excited to see you… and who might have chewed on some things they shouldn’t have while you were gone. Your pup is home alone without you when you … Read More

Frozen Treats To Help Your Dog Beat The Heat

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Ahh, summer in the South, a time when our desire to be outside enjoying events that end with fireworks is only outweighed by our desire to not melt into a puddle on the sizzling hot sidewalk. However, don’t worry fellow southerners, it should start to cool down around Thanksgiving. In the summer, we humans tend to strip down to as … Read More

Benefits of Using In-Home Pet Care

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Dogs are more than our pets. They are our friends and our family members and because of this, we want them to live their best lives. Dogs are social animals that crave routine. To keep them healthy and out of mischief, they need to be consistently mentally stimulated. According to WebMD, dogs, much like their human counterparts, receive many benefits … Read More

Human foods that you should never feed your dog (and a few that you should)

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The Doggie Diaries: Food Confessionals “Hello. My name is Bella. I’m a Boxer and I once ate half a bag of self-rising flour. There were biscuits starting to form in my mouth.” “Good evening. My name is Copper. Proud mix breed here. I once ate a giant bag of Starbursts – wrappings and all.” “Hey there. My name is Max. … Read More

Four Ways to Use Essential Oils With Dogs

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This is a guest post written by Real Food Carolyn at realfoodcaroyln.com! Essential oils aren’t just for people! Our beloved fur babies can also benefit. Here are my four favorites ways to use essential oils with our pup. CALM THE CRAZIES :: Our Charley is a pretty low-key pup but when we travel by car he seems to stay on … Read More

The Name Game: What to consider when naming your dog

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The Name Game: What to consider when naming your dog A dog’s name is often a reflection of its owner’s personality and interests. Although it is not as intimidating as naming a child because you don’t have to worry about their dog friends rhyming their name with bodily functions, it is important to remember that a puppy’s response often depends … Read More

Have A Dog That Lacks Confidence?

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Much like humans, dogs exert similar behaviors and attitudes in certain social situations. Going out-and-about, some dogs may be over excited and, literally, jump for joy to be doing an activity with their best two-legged friend. Other dogs may be the opposite and show signs of a lack of confidence. A dip in your dog’s confidence level can pose a … Read More

10 Holiday Pet Dangers Lurking in Your Home

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The holiday season should be a time for making happy memories with our families — and that certainly includes our pets! Unfortunately, there are many seasonal dangers for cats and dogs that could ruin a Christmas or holiday celebration. Check out the gallery below to educate yourself on holiday hazards you need to protect your pet from, including toxic foods, … Read More