Month: January 2020

Here at Rover, it’s no secret: we’re kinda, sorta, a little bit obsessed with dogs. But hey—can you blame us? Dogs are loyal, loving, hilarious, and endlessly forgiving creatures who have a knack for warming our hearts, even in our darkest moments. Did we mention they’re also ridiculously cute? Honestly, we can’t say enough good
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Owning a dog is a big part of your life and identity, so it makes sense to look for a potential significant other that shares your love of man’s best friend. Enter dog dating apps—tailored for dog lovers who are seeking that special someone (or someones—since the dog is part of the package, after all).
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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Sometime in their life, every dog will need to spend time crated—at a vet hospital, say, or while traveling. So, already being accustomed to spending calm time in a crate can be useful to dogs, as well as to the owners responsible for them. But choosing the
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Every dog is a natural comedian. Thanks to that fact, canines have been immortalized in funny dog quotes throughout the ages. Some are confessions from a bygone era, while others celebrate the goofy antics of modern dogs. Whether old or new, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite funny dog quotes to share with you.
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) We all want to be good dog parents, and part of that is training our dogs to be well-behaved. Training is meant to be a positive bonding experience between humans and their pooches. Few people intend to make things unpleasant for their dog during training, with one notable exception: when punishing
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Hopefully, your New Year’s resolutions are in full-swing by now. But what about your cat? Ever consider including him in your goal-setting? He’s part of the family, so why not establish some new habits this year to help him live his best life? Improving your cat’s health and happiness can be as simple as checking
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Dog behavior can be baffling. Why do they feel the need to chew on your shoes and furniture—even though they have a mountain of chew toys just a few feet away? Why do they insist on barking at the mail carrier—even though they come by the house at the same time every single day? Why
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Not a substitute for professional veterinary help. Adding a puppy to your family is an incredibly joyful experience. It also comes with a lot of responsibility and care. Unpleasant things can happen, from chewed-up shoes to whining, nipping, and tummy troubles, like diarrhea. If you’re wondering why your puppy has diarrhea, know that you’re not
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Not a substitute for professional veterinary help. Ready for a fresh start? While you’re putting together some personal healthy habits for the new year, consider adding some resolutions just for your dog. The two of you can accomplish these resolutions together—it’s a great way to bond with your pet, and who doesn’t want a buddy
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