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My Charlie Brown

Category: Inspire
For my whole life, until 10 years ago, I never had a dog. I had been attacked by a dog as a kid—Maybe ‘attacked’ is too strong of a word, but when you are learning how to ride a bike on a gravel road at your parents’ cabin and a half blind St. Bernard comes running towards you and takes you down, ‘attack’ is the word that seems to describe the drama. more
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Top Tips For Traveling With Your Dogs

Category: Travel
Thinking about traveling with your dogs? Taking your dog with you on your next trek can make the trip more fun whilst also reducing your worries about leaving them with a sitter or at a kennel. All you need to do is be prepared and plan carefully. Keep these expert tips in mind before you head off on your next adventure with your dog! more
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Camp Canine

Category: Dog Life
Alysa Slay loved going to “sleep-away camp” as a kid. She even worked as a staff member at an overnight camp once her days as a regular camper were over. “I am just a big camp person,” she chuckles. “There’s something about the environment that’s so special, where you can try things you don’t normally get to do at home. There’s also the aspect of making friends and memories that last a lifetime—what’s not to love?” more
Going Public

Going Public

Category: Inspire
Adopt-a-dog events in unexpected venues—hotels, coffee shops—are not only a smash hit, they’re incredibly successful in finding forever homes for homeless pups.   more
Top 7 Homemade Dog Treat Recipes

Top 7 Homemade Dog Treat Recipes

Category: Nutrition
One of the keys to establishing an amazing bond with your puppy and succeeding in training is giving treats. And lots of them. That is the key to positive reinforcement dog training. Now, when it comes to treats, I like to keep things natural and homemade. Instead of buying commercial treats, I look for and experiment with dog treat recipes with natural ingredients. more

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Dog of the Week!

Meet: Kato