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can all dogs swim

Can All Dogs Swim?

Category: Dog Life
Many people mistakenly think that all dogs can naturally swim. This isn’t true. Though most dogs will attempt a doggy paddle if they find themselves in the water, not all dogs are good swimmers or are able to stay afloat. In the latter camp you’ll often find brachycephalic (aka short-muzzled) dogs who can tire easily or have respiration problems in the water, “top heavy” dogs with deep chests and smaller hindquarters, or dogs with short legs. more
Enrichment For Senior Dogs

Enrichment For Senior Dogs

Category: Dog Life
Zazie Todd, PhD, is an adjunct professor of Psychology at Canisius College, where she teaches a graduate course on Communicating Anthrozoology to the Public. She is also a certified animal behaviour consultant, Psychology Today contributor, and author of the popular blog, Companion Animal Psychology. Her new book, Wag: The Science of Making Your Dog Happy is, quite simply, a must read if you're serious about your dog’s happiness. more
how to treat arthritis in dogs

How to Treat Arthritis in Dogs!

Category: Health
You know that your dog aging is inevitable but what if your pet develops arthritis? more
Dog Friendly Hotels

Best Dog Friendly Hotels of 2019

Category: Travel
No matter where you are looking to stay and what your budget, we’ve rounded up the Best Dog Friendly Hotels of 2019.  Best Budget Dog Friendly Hotels    Motel 6 more
Flea Treatments for Dogs

The Best Flea Treatments for Dogs

Category: Health
It’s summer, which means fleas are out and about in abundance but what are the best flea treatments for dogs? You know the drill when your dogs gets fleas: vacuuming, washing pet beds, getting the flea comb out, and, of course, applying flea treatment to your pet. more

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