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2018's Best Dog Movies

2018's Best Dog Movies

Category: Dog Life
In Hollywood, it was most certainly Year of the Dog, with a tremendous array of dog-centered movies in the offering. Here are five you don’t want to miss—grab the “pup”corn and curl up for a movie watching marathon.  *Popcorn is a great, healthy treat to share with your dog, just hold the salt.   more
Send Your Dog a Mental Postcard

Send Your Dog a Mental Postcard

Category: Dog Life
Our relationships with our dogs run very deep. Our dogs are always watching us and are affected by our moods and fears, more than many of us realize. As an Animal Communicator, I help resolve all kinds of problems, but separation anxiety, particularly surrounding vacations, is one of my favourite subjects to talk about with dogs. more
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Blow: Dogs VS Fans

Category: Dog Life
Is there anything more comically glorious than a dog’s ears and fur flying in the wind?  Ontario-based animal photographer Illona Haus let the fur fly with her photo series, Blow, showcasing dogs in front of fans. Inspiration for the project struck one hot summer day as Illona watched her dog Merrick’s beautiful coat blowing in the breeze of a fan. Thus began the search for the perfect antique fan and the perfect doggy models!  more
The Face of Rescue in the NFL

The Face of Rescue in the NFL

Category: Inspire
Logan Ryan is not only a starting cornerback for the Tennessee Titans and a two-time Super Bowl Champion with the New England Patriots, he’s also a dedicated animal rescuer. In 2017, he and his wife Ashley—together they have two small children and three dogs—created a non-profit called Ryan’s Animal Rescue Foundation or RARF, for short. Both are huge animal lovers who were inspired to start their own rescue group after adopting Leo, a Pit Bull mix who was found as a stray in Boston and needed a lot of veterinary care on his road to recovery. 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

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