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10 Signs Your Dog is Stressed Out

Summer is exciting. It’s easy to get swept up planning for parties, running to the store for S’mores ingredients and arranging plans to view fireworks. But during the seasonal festivities, keep in mind that dogs feel differently than you do. It’s common for them to be frightened by...

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Top Ten Dog Breeds Who Love getting Wet at Beach

Counting down the days till you can hit the beach (or pool, or lake) this summer? Your dog may be right there with you; ready to leap into the first body of water it can find. Whether or not they love the water today, certain breeds, based on their ancestry and history, were built for it and may continue...

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5 Dog Breeds More Likely to End up in the ER

We think dogs of every breed have the capacity to be positively angelic. Some, however, tend to achieve that status only while sleeping, spending their waking hours testing the durability of shoes, chairs, remote controls and even doors with their teeth. Sure, all puppies explore the world a bit...

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8 Low Maintenance Dog Breeds

While some dogs are known for their almost too friendly natures and off-the-wall antics, others may prefer relaxing on the couch and spending quiet time with their people. While breed alone cannot determine a dog’s personality, some are known for their calm nature and low-maintenance ways. We’ve...

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The Best Breeds to Bring to Work

Man’s best friend can sometimes be a co-worker. If that co-worker happens to be of the canine variety, imagine how much smoother the work day would flow. If your has dog recognition day, we have found that these breeds be Here’s our list of the great eight: #1 – Mutt What better way...

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How to Stop Your Dog From Digging

How to Stop Your Dog from Digging If your pet is eating plants, it could be a sign of a nutrient imbalance, so schedule a visit to the vet. Most likely, though, this mischievous behavior is a sign of boredom. Redirect your dog to another activity, like a game of fetch, says Kirsten Theisen, director...

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5 Tick Born Diseases That Will Kill Your Dog

Tick season (which last through September) is in full swing in many parts of the country, meaning it’s also prime time for these little buggers to give Fido other types of fever, major diseases or even cause death. Here are five tick-born diseases that can kill your dog: Lyme disease In addition...

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Who Makes a Better Pet Parent? Men or Woman?

Regardless of what you may have heard, or which age-old score you’re looking to settle in the battle of the sexes, both men and women can naturally have qualities that will make them a good pet parent-it’s just a matter of which qualities matter the most. As you consider becoming a pet parent...

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Research: Your Dog Doesn’t Want your Hands-Out

Your dog doesn’t want you to just give him that treat, he wants to work for it. That’s the conclusion of a Swedish study that sought to discover which dogs like better-a reward freely given or one earned. The study was adapted from one that sought the same answer from cattle-and found they,...

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The 5 Most Athletic Dog Breeds

You might think your Poodle wins the prize when it comes to fetch, or perhaps your Scottish Terrier is an exceptional tugger. But does your dog take top honors as the most athletic breed of them all? We polled 288 veterinary professionals (including veterinarians, vet techs and office managers)...