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Which Emotions Do Dogs Actually Experience?

Category: Dog Life
Do dogs have feelings? Most people can read emotions in their dog quite easily. For example, you come home and your dog dances around wagging her tail, and you think to yourself, “Lady is happy to see me,” or “Lady really loves me.” Or perhaps you’re out on a walk and, at the approach of another canine, your dog freezes in place, his hackles raised, and gives a low throaty growl. We interpret this as “Rex does not like that dog. Seeing him makes Rex angry.” In such situations the emotional state of our dogs seems quite obvious. more
Dog Friendly RV Travel

Your Dog-Friendly Guide to RV Camping This Summer

Category: Dog Life
For dog owners who camp by RV, bringing our pets along is part of the vacation fun. Whether you’re headed for a weekend at the lake or a month-long, multi-state vacation, taking your dog on your trip doesn’t have to be stressful. Just consider what your dog needs at home, and find a way to deliver that on the road. Canine Comfort on RV Trips more
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The Best Automatic Dog Feeders of 2019

Category: Nutrition
Discover the Best Automatic Dog Feeders For Your Pet more
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Lesson in Love

Category: Inspire
A four-footed, furry therapy dog is giving lessons in love at Covenant House, one of New York’s shelters for homeless youth. Clients are vying for her attention, throwing her a deflated football, taking pictures, or just stroking her soft fur. Everyone wants to know more about the chocolate Lab. more
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5 Easy Dog Treats

Category: Nutrition
Easy dog treats! Since chocolate is bad for dogs, here are some suggested ways to indulge your dog’s sweet tooth in a healthy manner more

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