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Cancer Risk

How To Assess Your Dog's Cancer Risk

Category: Health
Knowing your dog’s cancer risk is absolutely key to cancer prevention. By identifying dogs at an increased risk of cancer development, we can watch for warning signs, allowing for diagnosis at a stage when intervention will be most successful. more
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Adopt This Puppy

Category: Dog Life
We’re thrilled to feature an adorable, adoptable rescue pup on this issue’s cover! Our cover pup Piper is a 13-week-old Shepherd/Husky cross, rescued from Northern Canada and available for adoption through Cross Our Paws rescue. Piper is already tall for his age and should tip the scale at 65 to 70 pounds when he’s all grown up. more
Just for Dogs

New Product Hides Your Dog's Embarrassing Grey Hairs

Category: Dog Life
  April 1, 2016 Tired of looking at your dog's greying facial hair? When your young-at-heart pooch starts to show his age, turn to Just for Dogs Moustache & Beard Brush-In Colour Gel! This innovative product gets rid of grey in only 5 minutes! Available for blondes, brunettes, and black-haired dogs, this miracle product offers your dog that much desired youthful lustre. Isn't it time you brought out the best in your dog's facial hair? more
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This Holiday Season Can Go To The Dogs!

Category: Inspire
The holiday season is in full swing and there’s no better time to give something back to an animal that does so much for us, the dog. They can play such different roles in our lives. From detecting seizures, or sniffing out bombs to just keeping us company as our beloved pets.                                               more
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The Whippet VS The Italian Greyhound

Category: Breeds
With their slender physique and sleek coats, the Italian Greyhound and the Whippet both look like miniature Greyhounds. There’s a reason for that. Both breeds likely share an ancestor and are from the same family of dogs—the sighthounds. All three possess the sighthound’s hallmark deep chest, trim waist, and narrow head. more

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Dog of the Week!

Meet: Bandit