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How Much Exercise Is Right For Your Puppy?

Category: Health
Keeping your energetic puppy active and engaged is important, but you need to be mindful of your puppy’s joints, says Dr. Felix Duerr, an Associate Professor in Small Animal Orthopedics and the head of the Orthopedic Medicine and Mobility Service at Colorado State University. A puppy’s joints can actually be quite fragile as the pup grows and the body changes, particularly if it’s a large breed or genetically predisposed to conditions like hip dysplasia. more
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Whatever It Takes

Category: Dog Life
When you're racing 700 kilometers through the jungles and mountains of South America, the last thing you need is a stray dog tagging along. But that's exactly what happened to Mikael Lindnord, captain of a Swedish adventure racing team, when he threw a scruffy but dignified mongrel a meatball one afternoon. more
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True Leaf Turns a New Leaf on Pet Wellness

Category: Health
Cannabis is taking the pet care world by storm, and True Leaf aims to position itself at the helm. more
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Doggy Décor—Spring 2017

Category: Dog Life
This Floral Lounger Bed from Pup IQ (From $150) is Modern Dog office pup Penny’s new favourite spot for a mid-day snooze and her preferred place to curl up in at night. Made with durable, beautiful fabric and hand sewn with Smart Kevlar thread, this is style and comfort designed to last. more
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Your Smile of the Day

Category: Inspire
Golden Retriever Smiley was born in a puppy mill with a condition linked to dwarfism—he has no eyes as well as physical disproportions, including oversize teeth and a smaller stature. When he was found in 2004, it was recommended he be euthanized. Instead, Joanne George, a veterinary technician at the time, took him home and had his eyes sewn shut to prevent infection. Along with Smiley, she rescued 10 other pups, which all found new families quickly. Due to his condition, Smiley had difficulty getting adopted, so Joanne kept him. more

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