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Why You Should Be Concerned About Your Dog’s Dental Health

Category: Health
Despite the fact that periodontal disease affects an incredible 80 percent of all dogs by three years of age, many of us neglect our dog’s dental health. But know this: the health of your dogs’ mouth directly affects their quality of life, behaviour, and even the length of their life.  more
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Fly Us Home

Category: Travel
It was emotional overload at Victoria airport this past July when Wings of Rescue a non-profit organization, unloaded their precious cargo: 28 canines from Mex-Can Pet Partners rescue shelter in Mexico to their new homes in B.C.  more
Pet Talk: Kidney Disease In Dogs And Cats

Pet Talk: Kidney Disease In Dogs And Cats

Category: Health
Have you ever watched your pet eat its meal and thought, “Wow, did they even taste it?” Though some pets require more energy than others, it is important to know your pet’s normal eating and drinking habits so you are more likely to detect any dietary abnormalities. Being familiar with your pet’s standard schedule of urination and defecation is also important, as any continuous irregular activity could be a sign of an illness. more
Should You Let Your Dog Sleep in Bed with You?

Should You Let Your Dog Sleep in Bed with You?

Category: Dog Life
I recently received an email question from one of the psychology graduate students in my university. It read, in part:  more
The Greatest Dog Show on Earth

The Greatest Dog Show on Earth

Category: NewsBite
This is it, the dog event. The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is not only one of the biggest dog shows in the world, but one of the oldest consecutively held sporting events in the US—its 144-year history makes it second only to the Kentucky Derby. “Our first show, held in 1877, was at Gilmore’s Garden, which was the original name of Madison Square Garden,” shares Gail Miller Bisher, the Communications Director for the WKC.  more

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