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7 Ways to Never Forget Your Dog’s Medication

We’ve all been their before. Standing by a packet of flea prevention applications and not remembering when we last applied them. Or realizing one morning we forgot to give our four-legged friend his medication last night. A healthy BARF diet will reduce the number of times you need to see a vet. But when medicine

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The Beginning of the End for Raw Pet Food?

It has been reported all over the internet that the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), a leading authority on animal healthcare, plan to adopt a policy discouraging pet owners from feeding their dogs and cats a raw food diet. It appears that the AVMA has failed to recognize that dogs have thrived on raw foods

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Top 25 Dog-Friendly Beaches In America

During the dog days of summer, it is hard to find a cooler activity for you and your pet to enjoy together than going to the beach. I used to love to romp along the shore with my Dachshund, Rusty. We would find a local, pet-friendly beach and spend an afternoon chasing tennis balls and

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Prolonged Aerobic Exercise Gives Dogs ‘Runners High’

In case you’ve ever doubted your canine buddy was a born runner, researchers at the University of Arizona’s School of Anthropology in Tucson recently discovered that dogs actually get a “runner’s high” just like people doi. Runner’s high is the term used to describe the positive feelings exercise can generate. Studies show natural chemicals produced

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