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Meet One Terrific Dog

Category: Dog Life
Indiana, a German Shepherd Dog named for Indiana Jones, is Modern Dog reader Linda Tretow's best friend. Together they managed to get over 22,000 votes in our last Star Dog contest and came in second place. Despite not taking first in the contest, they won a spot in our hearts. Quite simply, we fell for these two and decided to feature them anyways. more
A Dog Trainer's Must-Do's!

10 Things You Can Do To Improve Your Dog’s Life!

Category: Dog Training
We asked Mikkel Becker, a certified trainer and behaviour consultant and head trainer for Fear Free Pets (fearfreepets.com and fearfreehappyhomes.com) for her top 10 things you can do in your home to improve your dog’s life and general happiness. more
Give those paws some TLC!

Pet Talk: Protecting Your Dog’s Paws

Category: Health
As humans, we know the important role our hands and feet play in completing normal, daily activities. When any kind of injury affects the use of our hands and feet, we may find it very difficult to go about our regular routine. Just as humans depend on their limbs to complete daily activities, Fido’s paws are just as important to him. Running in the backyard, digging a hole for his bone and going for a walk in the park are all endeavors Fido would struggle with if he did not have healthy paws. more
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How to be the Worst Dog Mom in the World

Category: Dog Life
Where’s Monty?” asked my husband, looking around our new apartment. “He’s out with his new friends,” I said. “Ahh,” he replied. “And how’s that going?” “Well, in the beginning there was much butt sniffing and ball stealing,” I said. “But now everyone seems to be getting along great!” more
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Serendipity

Category: Inspire
Andrew Grant was working as a commercial photographer, shooting a catalogue for Chef Works when two French Bulldog’s belonging to the kitchen showroom’s owner wandered onto set. To be nice, Andrew obligingly including them in a few shots. They sat right where he wanted them and peered right into the lens. “Simple stuff,” he thought, later commenting that perhaps he should do a book of dogs someday. After learning that millions of cats and dogs enter pet rescues in the US each year, “someday” became next week and Andrew began shooting dogs for what would become a book called Rover. more

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Dog of the Week!

Meet: Stanley