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Problem Dog Behaviours

Nip It in the Bud

Category: Dog Training
You visit your friend and her young dog practically mauls you in greeting as you walk in the door. He’s friendly—to the point where you’re left black and blue. “He’s just a puppy,” your friend shrugs. He may be a puppy, but he’s going to end up being a big dog with bigger issues if your friend doesn’t act soon.  more
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Westminster 2022: The Return to Madison Square Garden

Category: NewsBite
UPDATE: On Deceember 29, 2021 the Westminster Kennel Club released a statement stating they will be postponing the show until later this year due to the ongoing pandemic. Read the full announcement here. --- more
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Why Puppies and Dog Parks Don’t Mix

Category: Dog Life
You have a new puppy—congratulations! There are so many things you need to do. You need to feed him healthy meals and treats. You need to get him proper veterinary care. You need to socialize him. You need lots of patience—and paper towels. There are lots of things a new puppy needs to grow up into a healthy, confident adult dog. A visit to the dog park is NOT one of them. more
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
Laurie Zalesky with Tucker the dog at Funny Farm

Life With 600 Rescue Animals

Category: Inspire
Laurie Zaleski was in kindergarten when her mother, Annie McNulty, fled an abusive marriage, her three children in tow. The family settled into a one-bedroom shack they rented in the woods, where electricity and water were a luxury. Between the homeless pets her mom brought home from her job at the local animal control and the ones abandoned at the edge of the farm, more than 35 animals lived on the property. Annie dubbed their place the “Funny Farm.” more

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