• Your Dog's July Horoscope

    Your Dog's July Horoscope
    Today we're revealing Your Dog's July Horoscope. We thought your fur kid might enjoy knowing what's in store during these crazy times. Be sure to read this to your dog so they can plan for a good July. We wouldn't want them making important decisions on the wrong day.
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  • 10 Really Famous Senior Dogs On Instagram

    10 Really Famous Senior Dogs On Instagram

    Instagram... a dog lovers paradise! If you are anything like me, my Instagram feed is full of dogs. I follow more dog accounts on Instagram than humans and I love that whatever time of day a quick scroll will fill me with joy and happiness seeing these cute, playful and mischievous doggies smiling back at me. But while I love a puppy staring into the camera with those beautiful big eyes, there is also a space in my feed, and heart, for senior dogs! And I am not the only one who feels the same... millions of people are following...

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  • How to host a Doggie Quinceañera

    How to host a Doggie Quinceañera

    If your dog turns 15, you must be lucky because the average lifespan of a dog is 13 years. A 15 year old dog therefore deserves a grand birthday party. In the Latin culture, 15 marks coming of age or transitioning from childhood to adulthood. You can mark this special moment for your dog by throwing a traditional Quinceañera party.  But you don't have to wait for 15 years to throw a party. 15 human years should be about 2 to 4 dog years depending on your dog's breed.Significance of the QuinceañeraA  Doggie Quinceañera could be a good reason to bring people...

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  • 10 Do's and Don'ts at the Dog Park

    10 Do's and Don'ts at the Dog Park
    Even the best pet parents fail to follow proper dog park etiquette. I know you don’t want to be one of them. I put together a list of do’s and don’ts for you to practice the next time you want to take your hyper hound to the off-leash dog park!
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  • 10 tips to calm your dog during fireworks this July 4th

    10 tips to calm your dog during fireworks this July 4th

    It goes without saying that dogs and fireworks don’t mix well. As July 4th approaches, it’s a good idea to start thinking of ways to make your best friend more comfortable during the evening hours. Your dog’s hearing can be up to ten times more acute than yours, so the loud bangs, whistles and screams that may be fun for you, are not anywhere near pleasant for your dog. I have two rescue dogs and a foster dog and one of my pups is sure the world is ending every 4th of July. We must take extra care and precautions to...

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