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How to be Flea and Tick-free

Category: Health
For your dog’s wellbeing and happiness, it’s extremely important to keep him free from parasites such as fleas and ticks, which can pose serious health risks to your pet. Fleas and ticks feed off the host animal’s blood—in this case, your dog—transferring dangerous microorganisms, which can cause Lyme disease (a tissue disease) or Rocky Mountain spotted fever and Anaplasmosis (both infections of the blood), among others. more
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Meet Adventure Squad!

Category: Dog Life
In December 2016, Jordan Kahana was cruising down the highway in Arizona on the way to the Grand Canyon when he was forced to drive off the road by two black dots. Those black dots ended up being two 8 month old puppies! Jordan took the adorable “hitchhikers” in and Adventure Squad was born! more
Pet Talk: Dog Training

How to Choose the Right Training Method for Your Dog

Category: Dog Life
Whether you plan on getting a new puppy for Christmas or just want Fido to finally nail the “sit” command in time for your relatives to arrive, it is never too late to begin training your dog. Here are some tips for having a well-behaved pooch just in time for the holiday season. more
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Blind Dog Knows Where To Go Thanks To His Best Friend

Category: Inspire
You’re no doubt familiar with guide dogs for visually impaired people, but have you ever met a guide dog for a visually impaired dog? Well you’re about to! Meet Zen and Hoshi, a fluffy duo who are totally inseparable—and impossibly cute. more
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Is the Toller or the Westie the dog for you?

Category: Breeds
The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever Smart, outgoing, busy, and affectionate  Most people are quite curious the first time they see my Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever. "Is it a miniature Golden Retriever?” they’ll ask. “A Border Collie cross? A Brittany Spaniel?"  more

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Dog of the Week!

Meet: Kabuki