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Healthy Aging

Healthy Aging Tips, Tricks & Games

Category: Dog Life
Work that brain! Senior dogs, like senior people, need to keep mentally active to stay sharp. One easy and fun way to achieve this is with treat puzzles. Simply fill these interactive toys with treats and let your golden oldie figure out how to maneuver it to release the prize! more
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Lisa Vanderpump Totally Rules

Category: Inspire
The unstoppable Lisa Vanderpump is perhaps the ultimate modern multi-hyphenate: reality star, restaurateur, designer, philanthropist, and serious dog lover with eight of her own rescue dogs. And despite all this—imagine starring in not one but two reality shows and helming multiple restaurants and product lines—this powerhouse has still carved out time to start her own dog foundation and tackle, head on and personally, the atrocities of the Yulin Dog Meat Festival, even speaking in front of Congress and organizing marches against it. Seriously inspirational, right? more
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Don't Feed This Type Of Peanut Butter To Your Dog

Category: Health
Peanut butter and dogs—a natural fit, right? Most dogs love it and it’s ideal for stuffing in hollow toys or for disguising pills. But increasingly, xylitol, a sugar substitute used in gum, yogurt, candy, and more, is being used in some peanut butters and nut butters. Safe for humans, xylitol is extremely toxic for dogs and can be life-threatening. more
Problem Solving Makes Dogs Happy

Eureaka! Problem Solving Makes Dogs Happy

Category: Dog Training
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Pet Talk: Keeping Fido Safe in the Summer Heat

Pet Talk: Keeping Fido Safe in the Summer Heat

Category: Health
Many people take advantage of May’s warm weather by making resolutions to get themselves and their pets in shape for summer. However, when participating in outdoor activities like walking or running during these high temperatures, extra precautions need to be taken to ensure your pet’s safety. Dr. Mark Stickney, clinical associate professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, says that humans are not the only ones who need to be cautious when exercising during higher than average temperatures. more

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