Some people walk into dog ownership (or to being a pet parent) without knowing what costs are involved in shareing their lives with a dog. In the first year of a puppy’s life, they spend inordinate amounts of time at the veterinarian’s office for health check-ups and vaccinations.

As your dog ages, as long as she remains healthy you may … [more]

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July is Pet Loss Prevention Month and is a campaign spearheaded by PetHub as a way to raise awareness of the importance of not only microchipping your dog, but to making certain he or she is wearing a collar with your up-to-date contact information.

Many pet parents put a leash and collar on their dogs when they let them outside … [more]

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6 Dog Behaviors that You Should Never IgnoreIt can be tough to understand what your dog means by some of his actions, but there are some behaviors that should never be ignored in your dog. One small action or symptom could be your first clue to the presence of a life-threatening problem in your dog, be it illness or unhampered aggression.

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Fire Safety Tips for Dog OwnersThe United States Fire Administration found that house fires affect 500,000 pets annually, with about 1,000 of the incidents being caused by pets themselves. Many of these fires are easily preventable, which is why July 15th has been named National Pet Fire Safety Day to focus on helping pet owners prevent fires and plan for emergencies.

Even a [more]

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The Difference Between Playful Bites and Aggressive BehaviorLike most animals, dogs can get frisky when interacting with other dogs, and sometimes it can be difficult for their owners to discern whether they’ve crossed the line into aggression. It is important to be able to differentiate play biting from aggressive biting, regardless of a dog’s age. Aggressive behavior is not as common in puppies as it is in [more]

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June 25-July 1, 2018 has been designated Pet Anxiety Awareness Week (PAAW) and was begun by dog stress and dog bites Kristine Levine Pet Living to raise awareness of the fear, anxiety and stress that close to 50% of all days face. Dog stress & anxiety leads to dog bites if the pet parent isn’t aware of the signs.

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The Benefits of Bringing Your Dog to WorkWith Take Your Dog to Work Day just around the corner on June 22nd, now is the perfect time to consider the benefits that dogs can bring to a workplace. Today, more and more workplaces are starting to implement dog-friendly polices. Some companies even have doggy playgroups or provide free dog training, walkers, offsite dog sitters, and dog pampering services. [more]

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The Great Debate: Is it Better to Have One Dog or Multiple?For all you dog lovers out there, it’s likely that you’ve considered getting multiple dogs. It sounds great: you get double the dog love, and it means that your dogs will have a built-in friend to spend time with while you’re at work, school, or otherwise away from home. However, becoming a successful two-dog family depends on many factors, including [more]

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