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Your Best Workout Buddy Has Four Legs

Your Best Workout Buddy Has Four Legs

Category: Health
With many gyms still closed due to the global pandemic, home workouts aren't going away anytime soon. Luckily, there's so much you can do to stay fit and active while at home. Getting your dogs in on the fun can help you stay active and even help increase your bond. more
perfect pal

Does Your Dog Need a Friend?

Category: Breeds
If you’re considering getting a pal for your dog, the match is all important. Of course, it all comes down to the individuals, but there are general rules to follow to help ensure a good pairing. Here, Gina DiNardo, breed expert and AKC Executive Secretary, shares the guidelines for choosing a dog who will get along well with your dog.   more
Choosing a Pet Sitter or Boarding Facility

Choosing a Pet Sitter or Boarding Facility

Category: Dog Life
{ In partnership with SleepyPod }  Whether it’s for a day, a week, or longer, finding the perfect person or facility to entrust with your dog is vital to their well-being, as well as your peace of mind. more
How I Met My Dog

How I Met My Dog

Category: Inspire
We found her sixteen years ago when she was running the streets with a pack of small dogs in Queens. What are the chances, this little girl and five Yorkies? We were suspicious of a disreputable pet shop owner in the neighbourhood who was known to keep dogs caged in his basement when they weren’t adopted right away. She was at least six months old, so we figured that maybe he got tired of feeding her and the Yorkies and turned this gang loose to fend for themselves. more
Teaser

Smarty Paws: Living with a Canine Einstein

Category: Dog Training
Have you ever met a dog so smart it was a little scary? Many years ago, I was vacuuming under my dining room table when a flash of pink caught the corner of my eye. Tucked behind one of the table legs was a sticky pyramid of stacked Benadryl tablets. I had been giving the pills to my Shetland Sheepdog, Merlin, for an allergy issue. He had apparently been depositing his medication out of sight for about a week, in a neat little hot pink pile. No wonder his allergies weren’t getting any better! more

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Dog of the Week!

Meet: River