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Rescue Goes Primetime!

Rescue Goes Primetime!

Category: Celeb
We know what we'll be doing Thursday evening! FOX makes history this Thanksgiving with Cause for Paws, a celebrity-studded special all about the plight of rescue dogs, occupying a primetime spot! (8 pacific/7 central) This is huge, people! This moment might mark a sea change. The "dog-a-thon" promoting rescue and the importance of spay and neuter stands to be a game changer for shelter dogs. more
Pet Sitters International

Going to the Dogs Can Really Pay Off

Category: Dog Life
Pet sitters are in high demand. You may have even used one yourself when vacation, work trips or long work hours kept you from home. More than just a hobby or side gig, pet care can be a viable career option. According to a 2018 survey conducted by Pet Sitters International (PSI), an international educational association for professional pet sitters and dog walkers, the average national gross revenue for its members in 2017 was $75,658 USD (U.S. members) and $61,208 CAN (Canadian members). more
Pet Talk: Dog Training

How to Choose the Right Training Method for Your Dog

Category: Dog Life
Whether you plan on getting a new puppy for Christmas or just want Fido to finally nail the “sit” command in time for your relatives to arrive, it is never too late to begin training your dog. Here are some tips for having a well-behaved pooch just in time for the holiday season. more
Fuel the Love

Fuel the Love

Category: Inspire
Zuke’s, maker of natural pet treats, has launched a very cool social media campaign. Now through June 30th, the Durango, Colorado-based company will donate $5 to The Dog and Cat Cancer Fund for every person who follows @ZukesPets on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook, and tags their action-packed dog photo with #FuelTheCure. more

Digging Problem Solved!

Category: Dog Training
Most dogs love to dig. It’s an instinctive behaviour. So, what do you do when you dig your dog, but aren’t so fond of his digging habit? To discourage your dog from digging holes in your lawn, excavating your flower bed, and tunneling through your tomatoes, consider creating a space in your yard designed specifically for digging. You’re much more likely to meet with success if you provide your dog with a dedicated digging spot rather than try and discourage the behaviour altogether. more

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