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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
How Dogs Understand Us

How Dogs Understand Us

Category: Dog Life
We all talk to our dogs, and most of us believe they understand a lot of what we are saying. But what exactly are they interpreting? Our words? Our tone? Or both?  more
DIY Craft: Chalkboard Dog Bowl

DIY Craft: Chalkboard Dog Bowl

Category: Dog Life
This super cute project just so happens to be super easy. With just a few items—a ceramic bowl, chalkboard finish spray paint, and painter’s tape—you can whip up a cool new bowl for your dog and then personalize it with cute sayings! Why not make a few extra as gifts while you’re at it? This DIY costs less than $20 start to finish! more
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Want To Teach Your Dog To Talk? Speech-language Pathologist Christina Hunger Shows You How

Category: Inspire
Imagine being able to talk with your dogs. What a game-changer it would be for them to be able to give voice to requests and feelings. Well, we’re here to tell you it’s possible. Speech-language pathologist Christina Hunger taught her dog Stella to “talk” using a system she developed employing pre-recorded buttons that can be pushed to say words. Stella now knows over 45 words and can create phrases up to five words long. Variations on “outside” are by far her favourite, surprising exactly zero dog people. more
A Bond Like No Other

A Bond Like No Other

Category: Inspire
It is 3 a.m. Deborah Groenheyde sleeps fitfully, missing her dogs, Moka and Java. She and her husband adopted the adorable mutts, both tan-coloured with a splash of white, when they were just seven-and-a-half weeks old. A lovable brother and sister pair, Deborah is temporarily separated from them, and their absence weighs heavily upon her heart. more

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Dog of the Week!

Meet: Ashton