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How to measure your dog for a Service Dog Vest

How to measure your dog for a Service Dog Vest

Measuring your dog for a working vest is easy!
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Caring for an Arthritic Dog

Caring for an Arthritic Dog

The years take their toll on the bodies of our canine friends just as they do with us. Your dog’s walk may become stiffer and the jump up to their favorite chair may become more difficult.
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Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Jack

Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Jack

Jack is an Airedale Terrier and is all about life, giggles, and fun. He is a certified therapy dog. Loves putting smiles on everyone when he goes to visit our local hospital, cancer center, and local stores.
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Taking your service dog to a business - what can (and can't) they ask?

Taking your service dog to a business - what can (and can't) they ask?

Your service dog is your partner and an invaluable and necessary element in your everyday outings and activities. Knowing what businesses can and can not do regarding your service dog is important.
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Top 10 Must Have Supplies For Your New Puppy

Top 10 Must Have Supplies For Your New Puppy

Bringing a new puppy into your home is an adventure, often filled with laughter and love. However, before you bring your new little guy or girl home, you want to make sure you're well-prepared. Here are 10 items you shouldn't be without
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Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Keeper

Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Keeper

My sweet rescue greyhound Keeper is a keeper! We just got him in January 2016 and he now 4 years old. He was a racer, on the tracktill October 2015 and he was fast!
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Famous Olympian Worthy Dogs in History

Famous Olympian Worthy Dogs in History

With the 2016 Summer Olympics taking place soon, we’ll be having our very own doggy Olympics.
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Keeping Cool: Pup-Sicles for your Dog

Keeping Cool: Pup-Sicles for your Dog

Summer brings warmer weather's and dogs, like humans, love a frozen treat to cool down.  Try some of these great pup-sicle recipes this summer!
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Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Sheba

Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Sheba

This is Sheba, an11 year old chow mix that I just adopted from animal control. She is a sweet, loving girl who is trying to get used to her new person and her new home.
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H20 Facts - Best way to keep dog Hydrated this summer

H20 Facts - Best way to keep dog Hydrated this summer

When summer comes, it's natural to want to get everyone out of the house and enjoy as much sun as possible, fido included. Whereas spending more outdoor time with your dog can be a great source of adventure and fun, it's essential to bear in mind that the soaring temperatures can be slightly harsh on its body and can even lead to dehydration and heat stress.
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Paws to Pavement, Safety tips for Summer Pavement Walking and your Dog

Paws to Pavement, Safety tips for Summer Pavement Walking and your Dog

Most dog owners love taking their dogs along for walks during the summer to enjoy the warm weather. However, most of them forget that as summer temperatures begin to rise, so does the temperature of the pavement. This makes it very dangerous for dog paws and can have some painful consequences. As a result, it's important that pet owners protect their pet’s paws from these hot walking surfaces.
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Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Cooper

Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Cooper

This is Cooper, a four-year-old Pembroke Welsh Corgi. He is friendly, well mannered, & loves to travel. He is known in our community as the "welcome wagon."
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The Benefits Of Coconut Oil For Dogs (Free Printable)

The Benefits Of Coconut Oil For Dogs (Free Printable)

The Benefits Of Coconut Oil For Dogs - Free Printable inforgraphic of all the amazing benefits of coconut oil for dogs!
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Fire Safety and your Pet - National Pet Fire Safety Day

Fire Safety and your Pet - National Pet Fire Safety Day

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), home fires affect nearly 500,000 pets every year. Unfortunately, pets accidentally start over 1000 of these home fires. Here are some helpful tips for National Pet Fire Safety Day.
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21 Creative Ways To Use Coconut Oil for Dogs

21 Creative Ways To Use Coconut Oil for Dogs

The benefits of coconut oil for dogs range from improving skin and coat to aiding digestion. We compiled some of our favorite ideas for how to incorporate coconut oil into your dog's routine to stay healthy.
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Help your Local Shelter with these fun Craft Projects

Help your Local Shelter with these fun Craft Projects

July 21st marks the fourth annual “National Craft for Your Local Shelters Day.” If you love dogs and crafting, now’s the time to get creative and make some much-needed items for our furry, four-legged friends spending time in a shelter this summer.
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Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Sunshine

Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Sunshine

This is Sunshine. Shes a "pound puppy", around 3 yrs old. We believe she's abisigii/terrier or whippet mix. 
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Be prepared!  5 Important Tips for boarding your dog!

Be prepared! 5 Important Tips for boarding your dog!

Boarding kennels provide dog owners with a place for their pets to stay when they aren’t able to travel with them. If you’re going on vacation this summer and boarding your dog in a kennel, make sure that you and your pup are prepared. Use the following tips to get ready for boarding while you’re also preparing for your trip. 
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Guide to Blissful Vacation Traveling with your Dog

Guide to Blissful Vacation Traveling with your Dog

A vacation with your dog does not have to be stressful. Bringing them along can actually increase your enjoyment and keep you from worrying about them while you are away from home. However, you will have to plan ahead of time.
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Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Fred & Ginger

Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Fred & Ginger

Fred keeps my husband's blood pressure normal and alerts him if he is over-stressed. Ginger alerts diabetics if their blood sugar is extremely high OR extremely low. She has saved my life four times in the last five years.
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How Hot is Your Car?

How Hot is Your Car?

Summer months mean lots of things, camping, swimming, pools, picnics, endless outdoor activities. But, it also means that a car has become a very dangerous place to leave a dog (also applies to children!). 
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