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Man walking his dogs in nature

The Final Chapter

Category: Dog Life
If you’ve managed to dodge all the pitfalls of young canine health conditions and are lucky enough to experience the golden years with your dog, you understand the complexity of them. more
Look What We Found

Look What We Found

Category: Dog Life
Add some attention-getting fun to your dog's look! Snap-In's huge range of super-cute, handmade dog bows and collar additions snap on, making them super-easy to attach and switch up (from $5).   more
Puppy Styled

Puppy Styled

Category: Play
When LA-based photographer Grace Chon began to work on the idea for an original photo series called “Hairy,” she didn’t know it would become the delightful, newly released book Puppy Styled. She just knew she wanted to capture a series of before-and-after shots of dogs transformed through grooming. more
boy and his new dog

California Bill Bans Sale of Mill-bred Dogs, Cats, and Rabbits in Pet Stores

Category: NewsBite
A historical piece of legislation has been passed in California that will have a profound impact on pets and the pet industry. California has passed a bill that will ban the sale of mill-bred dogs, cats, and rabbits in pet stores, with its enforcement commencing January 1st, 2019. Authored by Assembly member Patrick O’Donnell, the measure is known as AB 485 or the Pet Rescue and Adoption Act, and specifies that pet stores in California may carry these animals only if they are sourced from a shelter or rescue group of some kind.  more
Close up of the eye of a dog

How Your Dog Sees The World

Category: Health
Did you know that dogs have better night vision than humans, thanks to their rod-dominated retinas? Along with being able to see well in the dark, dogs have better motion visibility than people. What they can’t see is the full colour spectrum; a dog’s ability to see colour is quite limited compared to ours. It is a misconception, however, that dogs only see shades of grey. Dogs see combinations of two colours—blue and yellow—allowing them to perceive grayish brown, dark yellow, light yellow, grayish yellow, light blue, and dark blue. more

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