[embedded content] Watch these adorable puppies enjoying changing of seasons and their favorite holiday–HALLOWEEN! These puppies are way too cute! Remember, Halloween can be a dangerous night for puppies and dogs of all ages, so make sure you follow some basic safety tips. Does your dog love Halloween as much as these cute pups? Is
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You may think you’ve got this Mother’s Day all figured out, what with your chocolate-covered berries and your cashmere Snuggie, but we’re betting you’ve haven’t seen a bouquet of flowers shaped like a dog. For the mom who has everything, you know. Picture it: Flowers in the shape of a dog. Carnations, to be precise,
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(Picture Credit: Carmelka/Getty Images) Can dogs eat cranberries? The short answer is yes, cranberries, are safe to eat for dogs. They are not toxic, unlike a very close alternative, raisins. These tiny fruits can provide your dogs with benefits like a high dose of vitamin C, potassium, and fiber. They have low caloric content and
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) If you’ve got a hyperactive dog who needs to chill before a nap, car ride, vet visit, or for any other reason, you’re probably looking for ways to tire them out quickly. Maybe a walk would take too long and you don’t have the time. Maybe you need something a little
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It’s a question that has plagued impulse pet-buyers for decades: How do you get a dog as quickly as possible with the least hassle and (ugh!) paperwork? The Humane Society of the United States just figured out the answer: SameDayPups, a unique purebred puppy-selling service that just requires a few clicks to have a dog
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat strawberries? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat strawberries. However, there are some things you should know before feeding these fruits to your dog. Strawberries are full of healthy nutrients that are good for dogs, but like any good thing, they are best enjoyed in moderation. Strawberries
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Dear Labby, I take my dog to a groomer. Am I supposed to tip? If so, what is the standard amount? Signed: Really Is Necessary to Spend Extra? Dear R.I.N.S.E., Certainly a tip is not appropriate if your Chihuahua comes back smelling like a garbage dump or your Husky returns with
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(Photo Credit: Shutterstock) Any time pets are forced out of their routine and face an unfamiliar scenario, they can get injured or stressed. Pets would avoid many of the injuries reported to the veterinary clinics on the days following Halloween with a little bit of understanding and information on part of the pet parents. Reduce
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When someone refers to a “Pit Bull puppy,” you can probably picture a certain kind of dog in your head, but you might be interested to know that there is no such breed as “Pit Bull.” The term Pit Bull actually refers to a few different breeds, including the American Staffordshire Terrier, the American Bully, and
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Forget about witches and zombies; a seemingly innocuous bag of candy can be one of the scariest things that enters a dog owner’s home on Halloween. Calls to the Pet Poison Hotline increase twelve percent during the week of Halloween, making it the center’s busiest time of the year. We all know that chocolate can
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Trouble deciding to spay or neuter your dog? We separate fact from fiction to help you make an informed decision about this important procedure. MYTH: My dog will get fat and lazy.FACT: The only way your dog will get fat and lazy is if you do not provide enough exercise and feed him too much.
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat eggs? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat eggs. However, there is some debate about whether they should be cooked or raw, and there are some things you should know before you serve eggs to your dog. In general, eggs are good for dogs, and they are
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(Image Credit: Getty Images} Skunks are adorable creatures that have many ecological functions. Unfortunately, they create one very big problem that most pet owners prefer to avoid: stinky pets. Since the threat that skunks provide isn’t a dangerous one (albeit, highly a unpleasant one), this article will not advocate for some of the extreme methods
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(Photo Credit: Shutterstock) Some household cleaning products are loaded with chemicals, and can be harmful to your pet after prolonged exposure. Today, rates of canine cancer are increasing, following the same trend of rates of human cancers, which has caused researchers to look more closely at a shared environmental pathogenesis. We are not immune to
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Chances are, you’ve spent a solid amount of time wondering what your dog is thinking or feeling—and that includes in relation to you. What, exactly, does your dog make of you and your relationship? Does he recognize the differences between you? Or does he think you’re just another friend, like the ones he meets at
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(Image Credit: Westend61/Getty Images) Can dogs eat potatoes? You’re probably asking this if you want to share a bite with your dog from the dinner table. The potato has a long and storied history. The potato was actually first cultivated in Peru and Bolivia thousands of years ago. Spanish Conquistadors and colonizers brought the potato
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