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Make a Birthday Cake for Your Dog!

Make a Birthday Cake for Your Dog!

Category: Dog Life
We all love a cake on our birthday, so why not indulge your dog with a little treat on hers? Banana and honey cakes (baked individually so your dog doesn’t over-do it and can share with her canine friends) are a delectable treat when topped with delicious cream cheese and peanut butter frosting. Go to town with sprinkled carob chips to make your dog’s day extra special. What You'll Need (makes six muffin-sized cakes) more
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Don’t Call Your Dog! Why You Should Never Call a Stray or Loose Dog

Category: Dog Life
I know—if your dog has escaped and is running loose or if you encounter a stray, it sounds crazy-stupid when I say, “don’t call the dog.” You’re probably thinking, “but he always comes to me when I call him” or “how will I get the dog to come to me then?” The answer is by calming him and attracting him to come to you, and I will explain how to do so. But first let me explain why calling a dog can cause him to run from you (and when a dog runs, pretty much everyone chases after the dog, which is the worst thing you can do!). more
Happiness Boosters

8 Proven Happiness Boosters

Category: Inspire
#1 Get out in nature with your dog. Spending just five minutes in nature can quickly improve your mood—even if it’s just five minutes spent sitting in an urban park, researchers from the University of Regina found after conducting two studies. more
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The “Bad News Bears” of Dog Sledding

Category: Dog Training
Twice every night, at three and five a.m., the husband-and-wife team behind Rancho Luna Lobos are gently awoken by 79 howling dogs, their yelps rising through the high-desert air like a chorus.  more
Pet Talk: Intervertebral Disc Disease In Dogs

Pet Talk: Intervertebral Disc Disease In Dogs

Category: Health
Shock absorption between our bones is essential to perform normal physical activities. Just like humans, dogs can injure their bones and their joints, making every day mobility a challenge. In intervertebral disc disease (IVDD) the intervertebral discs, or cushions in between the bones of the spine, can degenerate from an injury or as dogs age. more

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Meet: Domy