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Loving Big & Letting Go

To Love and Let Go by Rachel Brathen

Category: Inspire
To love and let go—it’s the single most important thing we can learn in this lifetime, says Rachel Brathen, the New York Times bestselling author of Yoga Girl and world-renowned yoga instructor who teaches and leads retreats across the globe. more
Star Dog Winner: Teddy, the Littlest Superhero

Star Dog Winner: Teddy, the Littlest Superhero

Category: Inspire
Little Teddy spent the first seven long years of his life in a wire mesh cage housed in a commercial breeding facility. Until his rescue from a Kansas puppy mill, he had never set foot on grass or known the comfort of a loving touch. Teddy was a breeding dog used to sire pups, a cog in the wheel of a puppy mill churning out the puppies you see in pet store windows. more
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5 Ways to Prevent Separation Anxiety

Category: Health
Many of us unwittingly foster separation anxiety in our dogs. Here’s how you can modify your own behaviour to cultivate a healthy sense of security in your dog. more
Cute Puppies

Cuteness Alert: Atlanta Humane Society Brings Puppies To Closed Aquarium For Too-Cute Outing

Category: Dog Training
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Managing Hip Dysplasia In Dogs

Managing Hip Dysplasia In Dogs

Category: Health
Hip dysplasia, a condition that results from poor joint and bone health, can significantly alter your dog's quality of life. Though larger breeds like Labrador retrievers, Mastiffs and German Shepherds are especially prone to hip dysplasia, dogs of all ages and breeds can develop the painful condition. more

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