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Tuxes and Tails: A Dream Wedding Package

Category: Dog Life
We've finally found the dream wedding: one that not only pampers brides and grooms, but their pups as well! The Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa, located in Rancho Mirage, California, has officially launched their new Tuxes & Tails LGBTQ wedding package. This awesome package is fabulously pup-friendly, making sure that all "pups of honour" are just as prepared for the big day as their parents are.  more
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Chagas Disease in Dogs

Category: Health
Whether your dog stays outside for hours at a time or is primarily an inside dog, all dogs are at risk for Chagas disease, a potentially fatal disease that affects the heart and other organ systems. Chagas disease is caused by the protozoan parasite Trypanosoma cruzi, which is spread to dogs through insects in the Reduviidae family, also commonly known as cone-nose or kissing bugs. more
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Global Pet Expo Recap

Category: Dog Life
The Modern Dog and Modern Cat team had SUCH a great time in Orlando at Global Pet Expo… despite the pouring rain and tornado warning! Everyone came out full force to celebrate APPA & PIDA’s milestone anniversaries, as well as meet and greet with peers from the pet industry. We’re already excited for next year, but for now, here’s a breakdown of some of our favorite products and things we saw!   Dogline more
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Your Dog is Going to Love This Super Food!

Category: Nutrition
One of the hottest new trends in healthy eating is now easily accessible for your furry family members! Coconut oil is a great-tasting and nutritious addition to your pet’s diet with health benefits from nose to tail! The good fats in coconut oil are what give it superfood status; they can improve digestion, immune system support, metabolic function, and create a sleek and glossy coat. more
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Reducing Your Eco-Pawprint

Category: Dog Life
“I have a distinct memory of saying to my family ‘one day David Suzuki and I will be like this’ and crossed my fingers. I was about nine years old,” says Lindsay Coulter, also known as the “Queen of Green” for the David Suzuki Foundation. “I didn’t understand his job exactly, but I knew he loved nature and that he was working to save the planet. more

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