In Fond Remembrance of Your Best Friend: Honoring Your Dog’s Memory

Losing a dog is losing family. Just watch the movie Marley & Me! It is like losing even a part of yourself. It’s painful,...

Keeping Kids Safe Around Dogs

Many children find themselves fascinated with dogs. Boys and girls see dogs as huggable friends that are wonderfully furry and cute. But the truth...

Toxic Foods for Dogs

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10 Halloween Safety Tips for Pets and Their Owners

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Bloat in Dogs

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Vaccinations for Dogs

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Heat Stroke in Dogs

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Heat Exhaustion: The Danger of Leaving Pets in a Parked Car

  In May 2017, Jonathan Theobald, 66, was convicted after he left his three dogs in a hot car, only to find them dead when...

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