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10 Reasons Why Turmeric Is Good For Dogs

Category: Dog Life
I am super excited to share facts about turmeric with you. In fact, if I were sent to a remote island I would make sure that I took a turmeric root with me. In this article, my goal is to tell you about the amazing properties of turmeric. However, I also want to share with you why drug companies may not like the discoveries around this natural medicinal powerhouse. more
Does My Dog Need a Friend?

Does My Dog Need a Friend?

Category: Dog Training
Q: Is it possible my dog is depressed after a play-date? My dog spent the weekend with my friend and her dog while I was out of town. The two dogs play really hard but well together. Since she's come home she seems down. Do you think she misses her friend? Should I consider getting a second dog? Do some dogs just do better when they live with a canine friend? If so, what's generally better, getting a dog of the same or opposite gender? more
A Star is Born

A Star is Born

Category: NewsBite
Walking the red carpet in black tie attire. Meeting A-list celebrities. A party at a five-star hotel complete with masseuses and a special bar with handcrafted treats.  While this sounds like a soiree for Hollywood stars, this is actually how Arne Doodle—a five-year-old dog—celebrated the London premiere of the movie The Secret Life of Pets. more
Cover Dog Contest Campaign Kit

Cover Dog Contest Campaign Kit

Category: NewsBite
Two Cute Ways to Campaign for Your Dog in Our Cover Dog Contest Get more Cover Dog Contest votes for your dog with our super-cute Campaign Kit! There are two easy ways to use our Campaign Kit template: If you’re able to edit images using your computer… more
Listen to Your (Dog's) Gut

Listen to Your (Dog's) Gut

Category: Health
Your dog’s gut health is crucial to their overall wellbeing. A healthy microbiome (the good bacteria in the gut) keeps “bad” bacteria in check—too much bad bacteria can lead to syndromes like IBS—and influences digestion, energy levels, disease development, and even emotions. Researchers believe the gut may even “talk” to the brain. more

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