How to Keep Dogs Cool on Hot Summer Days

Are you wondering how to keep your dogs cool as the calendar edges toward summer? Hot weather doesn’t have to mean an end to fun with your dog–but you do need to take some precautions to… [[ This is a … Continue reading

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Friday Funny: Lap Dogs

Why is it the biggest dogs who have the hardest time realizing they’re not lap dogs? I hope you find something to do this weekend that maintains physical distance from others, but gets you out of the house! Until next … Continue reading

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Baseball Names for Dogs

Are you a sports fans who has just recruited a barking player for your “home team”? If you are thinking about giving your dog a sports-inspired name, then we’re here to… [[ This is a summary only. Click the title … Continue reading

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11 Tips to Make Your Dog’s First Vacation a Success!

Warmer weather means more than just a change of seasons: it means vacation! While vacation season once dictated boarding your pet, today more and more travelers opt to include their dogs in their… [[ This is a summary only. Click … Continue reading

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Indoor Fun for Dogs When You Travel

You’ve planned your dog getaway down to the last pet-friendly patio and terrific trail – but you didn’t plan on bad weather. While there’s no shortage of great activities for you and your dog to… [[ This is a summary … Continue reading

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Why Do Dogs Tilt Their Heads?

We have to admit that there’s nothing quite as cute and heartwarming as the head tilt of a dog. If you’ve ever wondered why dog tilt their heads, the answer isn’t just too be cute,… [[ This is a summary … Continue reading

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Panamanian coyotes are interbreeding with dogs and eyeing South America

The coyote has spread to almost the entirety of the North American continent. They are absent from much of the treeless tundra of the Canadian High Arctic, but they are at home in Alaska and Labrador. They range all through … Continue reading

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The remains of an 18,000-year-old puppy might be those of a common ancestor of domestic dogs and modern gray wolves

A two-month-old puppy died 18,000 years ago, and it was preserved the permafrost near Yakutsk in Eastern Siberia.  I knew about this discovery a few weeks ago, but I was waiting DNA tests to see exactly what it was.  The … Continue reading

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How to Walk Two Dogs at Once

This post includes affiliate links. Walking two dogs at once can be twice the fun…or twice the challenge! When the dogs are large and strong, the task of one person walking two dogs is one that… [[ This is a … Continue reading

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Pool Safety for Dogs: How to Keep Your Dog Safe Around Your Swimming Pool

With summer in full swing, it’s natural for dog lovers and their dogs to take to the water–including swimming pools. According to Stephanie M. Colman of Caninestein Dog Training, “A dip in the pool… [[ This is a summary only. … Continue reading

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