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Oct
  • October 5, 2020
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Guest post by Isabella Lovett Dogs have changed the lives of many people, and their impact on the human heart paved the way for the estimated two million domestic animals that travel on commercial flights each year. But before you board a plane with your fur baby, you will need to ensure that you have ticked ...
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Sep
  • September 13, 2020
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Guest post by Isabella Lovett It is estimated that 70% of homes have mold behind the walls. Awareness of the health risk posed by mold is growing, but the focus tends to be on humans. If you share your home with a dog, however, their health is just as important as yours, and if there is ...
02
Sep
  • September 2, 2020
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Guest post by Isabella Lovett Every year, more than a trillion photos are taken — which equates to roughly 160 photos every day for each person on the planet. Since the advancement in smartphone technology, taking photos and documenting your life every day has become part of life. If you are taking photos of your dog, you ...
10
Jul
  • July 10, 2020
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Guest post by Roger Dutta Beauty in humans might be reflected only on their skins, but for a dog, beauty goes much deeper than that. The state of your dog’s skin and coat can tell you a lot about its overall health. Healthy dogs usually have a perfectly shiny coat without any signs of dandruff ...
03
Jul
  • July 3, 2020
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Guest post by Isabella Lovett As hotter than usual temperatures are expected to continue across most of the U.S. this summer, scientists say that the year 2020 is on track to becoming one of the warmest years on record. With that said, many dog owners look forward to the summer months because it’s the perfect time to spend ...
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Jun
  • June 26, 2020
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Guest post by Isabella Lovett Dogs need plenty of exercise, but they also need mental stimulation to keep them happy. Without this dogs will get bored and this is when they start to develop behavioral issues. Often they will become destructive, chewing things or barking excessively. If you don’t have a big backyard space, there are ...
19
Jun
  • June 19, 2020
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Guest post by Isabella Lovett According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), only 5% of the population exercise for 30 minutes everyday. Let us also consider that 38% of households have a dog and most breeds require at least two walks a day. It looks like both humans and their canine ...
06
Jun
  • June 6, 2020
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Guest post by Farah Al-Khojai Winter, continuous rain, scorching weather, and a pandemic (think COVID-19) can put a stop to your dog’s joyful and all-important walks outdoors. These unfortunate conditions can cause your dog to miss out on several health benefits, including burning calories and maintaining a healthy weight. Your pet won’t enjoy better digestion ...
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May
  • May 22, 2020
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Guest blog post by Isabella Caprario It’s no secret that we love our pets: whether it’s dogs, cats, or any other furry friend, Americans spent over $72 billion on their pets in 2018 alone. We’re also a nation of DIY and home improvement enthusiasts, so it makes sense that there’s also a growing trend toward building backyard ...
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Apr
  • April 20, 2020
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Like humans, dogs can suffer from a variety of health problems ranging from intestinal parasites, skin disease and ear infections, eye problems, digestive upset, and dental disease. Knowing a little bit about your dog’s organs and how they function can help you spot those problems. Keep reading the article! 1. Eyes Like people, dogs can ...