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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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8 Tips to Keep Fido Safe this Independence day

8 Tips to Keep Fido Safe this Independence day

8 Tips to keep your dog safe this 4th of July!
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Not All Fun And Games During A Dog Party

Not All Fun And Games During A Dog Party

Throwing a party for your dog should be a fun event, but it’s also important to make sure it’s a safe one. From food to other canine guests, take steps to ensure that all dogs present can have a great time.
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Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Dega

Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Dega

I would like for you to meet 832's Bodega Bay B, aka "Dega". She is part of a non profit organization called 832 Deputy Dogs.
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It's party time for Fido! Hosting a Dog Party

It's party time for Fido! Hosting a Dog Party

Hosting a party for your dog is more like holding a party for your child- lots of clamor, thrill, games, food, gifts, and occasional squabble. While your dog may not be aware of what a party is, he or she will surely appreciate the love and affection extended to him. To help you host an epic dog party, here are a few tips to get you started.
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Benefits of having a Dog in the Workplace

Benefits of having a Dog in the Workplace

More and more companies are allowing employees to bring their dogs to the workplace. While this might seem like a distraction, having dogs around at the office can actually have a number of benefits.
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WAG YOUR TAIL SPOTLIGHT - FEATURING WALT

WAG YOUR TAIL SPOTLIGHT - FEATURING WALT

Walt, a goldendoodle, is a great volunteer. He works in the public schools as a member of the Deaf team. He also volunteers at the library as a READ dog and at Southeast Community College for de-stressing during testing. Walt is two and has recently found out he has severe hip dysplasia.
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What you need to know before bringing Your Dog To Work

What you need to know before bringing Your Dog To Work

Studies indicate that bringing your dog to work can help ease work-related stress and boost morale. But before putting that leash on your dog’s neck and head to your workplace, here are a few things you might have to consider.
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Social Petworking Month:  What Is It and How You Can Help

Social Petworking Month: What Is It and How You Can Help

Social networking makes it easy for people to stay in touch with loved ones or follow celebrities, but it has other uses as well. In fact, these networking sites can be put to good use during June for Social Petworking Month.
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Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Chip

Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Chip

Here is a picture of my boyChip aka Chipper Shredder. He's almost seven months old as I am writing this but the picture below was from he was almost 4 months old.  He was learning to walk on a lead and was wearing a harness which he hated.  We were walking past a house with flowers and he flopped down and I took the picture you see below with my phone. 
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Back To Normal: Helping Your Dog Through The Aftermath

Back To Normal: Helping Your Dog Through The Aftermath

After surviving natural disasters such as tornadoes or other catastrophic events, dogs can experience clinical signs similar to the post-traumatic stress disorders (PTSD) that affect in humans . These experiences can inflict temporary separation anxiety, storm phobias, and noise phobia in your dog.
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Preparing Your Dog For the Storm Season

Preparing Your Dog For the Storm Season

The arrival of June marks the official start of the hurricane and tornado season. For pet owners, this is a good time to get prepared for possible emergencies. Although some measures might seem inconvenient for you and your family, early preparation can insure the lives of your family including your dog.
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