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Why You Should Talk To Your Dog

Why You Should Talk To Your Dog

It is known that talking to one’s baby improves bonding between parent and child. Well, many pet owners view their pets as their own children, but does talking to your dog in the same way as you would a human infant have the same bonding effect? A

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Keeping Your Dog Calm This Summer

Keeping Your Dog Calm This Summer

Every year, countless American dogs panic, hide, or even run away on July 4, terrified by the loud fireworks and boisterous barbecues that their humans enjoy so much. For many dogs and dog owners, Independence Day, as well as the rest of summer, can be an unhappy

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Protect Your Dog From Dog Park Bullies

Protect Your Dog From Dog Park Bullies

Dog parks can be a great place to let your dog socialize and burn off some excess energy. But can you tell when play between dogs has gone from fun roughhousing to bullying? Check out these tips: How to Spot a Dog-Park Bully Bullying means one dog

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U.S. Postal Service Releases Annual Dog Attack City Rankings

U.S. Postal Service Releases Annual Dog Attack City Rankings

SAN DIEGO — The number of postal employees attacked by dogs nationwide reached 6,244 in 2017 — more than 500 fewer than 2016. Today, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is showcasing technology that alerts mail carriers of potential attacks while releasing its annual list of cities where

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Pet Therapy Can Combat Homesickness

Pet Therapy Can Combat Homesickness

The expression “dog is man’s best friend” might have more weight in the case of first-year university students suffering from homesickness, according to a new UBC study. The study shows that animal-assisted therapy can help students combat homesickness and could be a useful tool in lowering post-secondary drop-out

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Teaching an older dog new tricks: Six things you should know

Teaching an older dog new tricks: Six things you should know

More people are adopting older dogs, according to recent news reports and books, but this raises a question: Can you actually train an older dog? The answer is a resounding yes, in spite of the time-worn cliché that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. So

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Biofields? Dogs hearts found to beat in sync with their owners

Biofields? Dogs hearts found to beat in sync with their owners

The concept of biofields – fields of energy that extend beyond the body – forms the major basis of many types of traditional, holistic and alternative medicine. Now, scientific support for this idea may have come in the form of an experiment performed on owners and their

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Chemicals in Dogs: 5 Red-Flag Warnings We Can’t Ignore

Chemicals in Dogs: 5 Red-Flag Warnings We Can’t Ignore

Whether your dog is cuddly and cute or tough, steadfast and stoic, most American canines have one thing in common: Chemicals in dogs are now detected at alarming levels, sometimes at levels 20+ times higher than what we’re seeing in humans. So what are the biggest threats

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Dog Potty Training: It’s Never Too Late

Dog Potty Training: It’s Never Too Late

This is all for you dog or new puppy owners who are still having issues with house potty training your dogs. Take heart, its never too late. I know it can be frustrating to deal with a dog that just can’t seem to get the idea that he/she

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11 Tips to Introduce Dogs to New People and Other Dogs

11 Tips to Introduce Dogs to New People and Other Dogs

Introducing a shy or fearful dog to a new situation can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be! These tips will help you ensure that your dog feels confident and comfortable around new pets and people. Does your dog hide behind you at the park when other

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