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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
8 Reasons You Should Get Your Dog's Teeth Cleaned

8 Reasons You Should Get Your Dog's Teeth Cleaned

Category: Health
Crunching on kibble and chewing on raw bones and dental treats will definitely help scrape calculus from teeth, but it’s nowhere near as effective as regular brushing and dental cleanings. Here are 8 reasons you need to do something about your dog’s dental health: 1. 80% of dogs (cats too) have some degree of periodontal disease by the age of two. This is defined as inflammation affecting any of the structures supporting the teeth—the gums, the roots, the bone around the roots or the periodontal ligaments that anchor the roots to the jawbones. more
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How To Help Your Adopted Dog Settle In

Category: Dog Training
If you’re adopting a rescue dog, you’ve already proven you’ve got a big heart. Don’t forget to engage your head when it comes to bringing Rescue Rover home. Without proper planning, you’re the one who might need rescuing! more
The Ultimate Water Bowl for Your Dog

The Ultimate Water Bowl for Your Dog

Category: Dog Life
This ergonomic, spill-free, food-grade Torus water bowl from Heyrex ($60) filters and stores your dog’s water so he always has a fresh, clean supply! more
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The Perfect Leash For Controlled Walks

Category: Dog Life
Modern Dog team member Mariah’s large Shepherd, Maverick, needs very controlled walks—normal leashes always leave too much slack to deal with. more

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Dog of the Week!

Meet: Pippi