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Flea and Tick Collars: Do They Really Work?

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Flea and tick prevention is one of the most important things that all pet parents should consider. These pesky parasites can be a headache for both you and your pet, so prevention is key. Flea and tick collars are just one of the options that dog owners have, but some people question whether or not they really work. Keep reading for an overview of flea and tick collars, how they work, and how to decide if they are right for your pooch.

Tips for Finding a Responsible Breeder: What to Look for, and What to Avoid

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Finding a good dog breeder isn’t easy. Sadly, there are many bad breeders out there, and many people buy puppies from them because they don’t know any better. For this reason, it’s very important to know what to look for in a breeder to make sure that they are legitimate and reputable. By the same token, it’s also crucial to recognize the warning signs of breeders that may not be trustworthy.

Do Goldendoodles Shed? How to Prepare for Your New (Furry) Best Friend

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If you were one of millions who spent the last year upgrading your interior, you might be wondering: which dog breed will do the least damage to my furniture when it comes to excess hair? Luckily, you have several options! But one of the most popular, is none other than the Goldendoodle. In addition to blending the best of both Golden Retrievers and Standard or Mini-Poodles, this is one furry companion that can potentially mesh well with your pad’s new layout. 

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Boxer: Breed Spotlight

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Upbeat, fun-loving, and affectionate, it’s no surprise that the Boxer ranks among the top dog breeds in America. If you’re thinking of adding one of these pups to your family, read on for a complete overview of all things Boxers.

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Five Examples of Healthy Supplements and Extra Nutrition for Dogs

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When it comes to the health of the average pet in the United States, you might assume that it is more likely one’s pet has health insurance than their human owner! This is not technically the case, but there are certainly less drastic steps you can take to benefit the health of your pets in addition to more pricey solutions. 

Tips for Vacationing With Your Dog

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Now that the beautiful and scenic autumn weather is about to make a return, you might be wondering about how to vacation with dogs or not just survive but thrive in an overnight hotel setting. Sound familiar? Read on to discover handy tips for vacationing with dogs, whether you are beach, mountain or rolling plains bound.

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Border Collie: Breed Spotlight

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Known for its intelligence and exceptional working abilities, the Border Collie is a breed like no other. If you’re looking for an active and loyal companion who will keep you on your toes, the Border Collie may be the breed for you! Keep reading to learn more about this wonderful breed.

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Maximizing Together Time: Why Summer Is a Great Time to Get a Puppy

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Thinking about buying a new puppy? If so, you’re in luck! Summer is the perfect time of year to bring home your newest furry friend. Here are some of the top reasons why summertime is great for adding a puppy to your family.

Why People Pay a Little More for Certain Pups

You’ve been researching dog breeds since you were seven. You’ve known you’re compatible with Shih-Poos and Corgis since you embraced apartment living. We get it! You know your lifestyle, and the breed to match it, better than anyone else. 

The First 48 Hours With Your New Puppy: What to Expect

Bringing a new puppy home can be a simultaneously exciting and nerve-wracking experience. The joy of providing a forever home for an adorable puppy can also be met with a little hesitance - that you might do something wrong, or your property might be damaged by an untrained puppy on the loose.

The first 48 hours with your new puppy can be unpredictable and even restless, but making it through the first few days is the hardest part. After that, you will see your new friend settling into routines and adjusting to their unfamiliar environment.

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