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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. The moment that winter approaches and the weather starts to turn chilly, out come our warm stocking caps, scarves, mittens and other cold weather gear. We’re lucky that we’re able to easily layer up, snuggle under blankets, and start a cozy fire in the fireplace to get
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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Treat-dispensing toys are indispensable for people with active dogs. Dogs love them because they’re fun and full of food, and humans love them because they keep dogs busy and entertained. What’s more, trainers and dog behaviorists recommend treat-dispensing toys to provide mental stimulation and divert unwanted behavior.
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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. You know how unpleasant it is when you have itchy, dry skin—so imagine how your pup feels when they’re all dry and uncomfortable (and can’t do much about it themselves). That’s why it’s up to us to help! Itchy, dry skin is actually fairly common for pets,
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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Not a substitute for professional veterinary help. It’s cold outside! You feel it and your dog feels it too, even if he or she may not show it. Dogs have a normal body temperature of 99.5-102.5°F, which is higher than the 98.6°F average humans live with. With
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) It may surprise some dog lovers to learn that our pups don’t all automatically know how to play fetch. Even though it’s a stereotypical dog game, running after a toy and bringing it back doesn’t always come naturally to pooches. Fetch is a great form of both mental and physical exercise.
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(Picture Credit: Jose Azel/Getty Images) Can dogs eat carrots? You may be asking this if you’d like to share a tasty treat with your pooch, or maybe your dog accidentally are some carrots you dropped on the floor. Humans love to have carrots for a snack, so can dogs safely have carrots, too? The short
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There’s nothing quite like looking into your new pet’s eyes and choosing the perfect name that feels, well, perfect. Whether you’re basing it on your pet’s personality, your favorite author, TV character, or sports figure, or your current obsession, it’s got to be just right. And that’s fortunate, since you’ll likely end up hollering it
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Although Chihuahua puppies are tiny, their personalities are anything but! These quirky, loyal, always-by-your-side pups are straight-up hams who will capture your heart immediately. Remember, you can find dogs of just about any breed in shelters or rescues, including Chihuahuas. You can also check DogTime’s adoption page that lets you search for adoptable dogs by
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(Picture Credit: DebbiSmirnoff/Getty Images) Can dogs eat celery? You might be asking this question as your dog watches you snack on this tasty treat, or maybe you found your dog accidentally eating some celery off the floor. Humans can eat celery, so is it also safe for dogs to eat? The short answer is yes,
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If you share your home with a pet, chances are you’ve had to deal with a potty accident or two (or two dozen). This includes the occasional crate pee accident. For most dog owners, this is a small price to pay for the unconditional love that dogs bring to our lives. However, if your dog
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(Picture Credit: mark atkinson / Getty Images) Gaining a dog’s trust is one of the most important factors in any relationship between a human and a canine. This is especially so if you’re meeting a rescue dog who might have been mistreated before, or one who hasn’t been correctly socialized. But by using tips like
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Is chewing a destructive behavior? Here’s the simplest answer: Only if your dog is chewing on the wrong thing. So give them something that’s okay to chew. Your dog’s chewing might not just destroy your home and belongings. It could also be dangerous, as many objects present choking hazards, cause gastrointestinal
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(Picture Credit: Amy Sussman/Getty Images) “What if there are no bad dogs?” Dog behavior specialist Matt Beisner, star of Nat Geo WILD’s Dog: Impossible, poses a question he already knows the answer to–there aren’t. “If that’s true, it puts us in a mindset of consideration.” This is the philosophy behind Beisner’s practice, THE ZEN DOG,
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