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Living the Dream: Dogs + Yoga + Love

Living the Dream: Dogs + Yoga + Love

Category: Inspire
Get ready to be inspired. Rachel Brathen—yoga teacher, world traveller, rescuer of dogs—is the real deal. If you're looking for the courage to follow your dreams, read on to find out how one woman forged her own path to love, happiness, and crazy success. more
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Thinking About Giving Your Dog CBD?

Category: Health
It’s hard to deny the growing acceptance of CBD as an effective way to help our dogs with pain, anxiety, and seizures; however, with CBD’s surge in popularity, there’s growing confusion on the right CBD dosage for dogs. more
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Camp Canine

Category: Dog Life
Alysa Slay loved going to “sleep-away camp” as a kid. She even worked as a staff member at an overnight camp once her days as a regular camper were over. “I am just a big camp person,” she chuckles. “There’s something about the environment that’s so special, where you can try things you don’t normally get to do at home. There’s also the aspect of making friends and memories that last a lifetime—what’s not to love?” more
Why Does My Dog Like Some People and Not Others?

Why Does My Dog Like Some People and Not Others?

Category: Dog Training
Ever wonder why your dog gravitates towards some of your friends and not others? Research has shown that dogs are continually monitoring the social interactions their owners have with other people—and using this information to form opinions. more
Turn Your Love of Dogs Into A Career

Turn Your Love of Dogs Into A Career

Category: Dog Life
We all love dogs, but have you ever flirted with the idea of working with animals full‑time? From dog walkers to pet photographers and veterinary technicians, thousands of animal lovers have translated their passion for pets into a successful profession. And while these jobs are wildly different, there are some common traits needed in each pet‑focused career: Caring, kindness, discipline and—above all else—patience. Sort of sounds like raising a puppy doesn't it?   more

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