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Meals to Make Your Dog Go Nom Nom Nom

Category: Health
A new subscription-based dog food service called NomNomNow is delivering personalized meals for your dog right to your front door! Meals are made from recognizable fresh ingredients, individually portioned, and delivered free of charge—simply let them know key points such as your dog’s weight, age, activity level, and health issues and they’ll craft a meal especially for your dog. Made to order and formulated by a veterinary nutritionist, this service makes it ridiculously easy to feed your dog healthy food he’ll love. more
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How Our Readers' Pups are Celebrating National Dog Week!

Category: Dog Life
In honour of National Dog Week, here is how some of our awesome followers' dogs are celebrating the holiday! Let us know in the comments what you are doing to make your dog's week extra special and if you haven't yet, be sure to check out our article on 8 ways to celebrate your pup!  1. Walkies obsessed Ollie and Rock are celebrating by exploring the great outdoors! more
Pool Party

Pool Party!

Category: Dog Life
Lillie "Lillie loves the water. Her face looks like she is terrified. Lol." - Submitted by Susan L    Roxy and Sookie more
Love & Rescue

Love & Rescue

Category: Inspire
It’s practically an urban legend to meet the girl or guy of your dreams in a bar, get married and live happily ever after. But Bo and Melissa Hannon, founders of Peace and Paws Dog Rescue in New Hampshire, are proof that it can happen. Melissa was teaching elementary school in Arizona when a group of teachers pressured her to go out with them one Friday night, and she relented. Bo was studying to become a motorcycle mechanic when he and a few biker buddies decided to go to the same bar. He spotted her across the room and sent her a drink. more
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Teach Your Dog the Magic “Touch”

Category: Dog Training
Most dog owners understand why it’s important to teach basic behaviours such as sit, lie down, stay, and come. But when it’s suggested to teach a dog touch—otherwise known as targeting—they often look confused. Let me explain. “Touch” is a verbal cue that means you would like your dog to touch something with a part of his body. The most common form of targeting is for a dog to touch his nose to a person’s hand. Why, you might ask, would anyone want to teach that? more

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Dog of the Week!

Meet: Ashton