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Adventure Sqaud

Meet Adventure Squad!

Category: Dog Life
In December 2016, Jordan Kahana was cruising down the highway in Arizona on the way to the Grand Canyon when he was forced to drive off the road by two black dots. Those black dots ended up being two 8 month old puppies! Jordan took the adorable “hitchhikers” in and Adventure Squad was born! 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
Tips and Tricks for Energetic Dogs Teaser.

The Fix: How To Tire Out a High Energy Dog

Category: Dog Training
“My energetic dog is driving me crazy! How can I tire my dog out?” I often hear this from my clients when their young dogs hit adolescence. Your lovely puppy—the one who used to sleep through the night with a quick walk around the block twice in a day—has suddenly turned into an exercise-consuming monster! It can often feel like we just can’t tire our dogs out. If your couch cuddle buddy is racing around your living room like a Tasmanian Devil, here’s what to do: more
Teaser

How to Deal With Dogs Who Get Car Sick

Category: Travel
Written by the 4Knines Staff Imagine traveling to the park with your dog and then your pet suddenly starts to drool and looks a bit worse for wear. more
Pet Talk: Pet Dental Health Month

Pet Talk: Pet Dental Health Month

Category: Health
While any pet owner knows the importance of a regular grooming and exercise routine for their pet, proper dental care is often overlooked. With February being National Pet Dental Health Month, there is no better time to develop a maintenance plan for your pet’s oral hygiene. “How goes the mouth, so goes the health,” said Dr. Bert Dodd, clinical professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.  “Overall health can be affected by oral disease, which can get into the blood stream and affect the animal’s internal organs and joints.” more

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Dog of the Week!

Meet: Snow