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January is National Train Your Dog Month!

By Natalie Hennessy on Jan 3, 2013
Since January is National Train Your Dog Month, we thought it would be great to share a small training tip every day.
Can you please it's almost 2013?! As you ring in the new year, here are some last minute tips to keeping your pup safe and happy.

Making Sure Your Pets Have a Happy Holiday

By Play Admin on Dec 12, 2012
Christmas is only a few days away, and between parties, family, traveling, decorations, sweets and gifts Christmas can be as stressful as it is special.

Thanksgiving Feast for Your Pup

By Play Admin on Nov 14, 2012
Thanksgiving is a known for being a food-centric holiday all about giving thanks and streching stomachs. Just because we'll be eating ourselves silly, doesn't mean your dog should be too!

Weight Loss Advice for Dogs

By Play Admin on Oct 15, 2012
Pet obesity is a problem that many owners have to deal with over the course of their dogs’ lives. Whether it's one too many treats between meals, extra food from the dinner table, or a breed that’s predisposed to weight gain, unhealthy eating habits can lead to a slew of health issues.
"'s time to stop apologizing for the belief that animals, like our dogs, have emotions. Of course, our dogs can experience emotions like fear, anger, happiness and jealousy. And yes, as far as we can tell, their experience of those emotions is comparable in many ways to ours. People who argue otherwise might as well argue that the earth is flat." ~Patricia McConnell in For the Love of a Dog

Learning to Speak Dog Part Three: Trust

By Natalie Hennessy on Sep 20, 2012
What is trust? For your dog, it is the belief that you will keep her safe. But how do you convince an animal who must learn through experience, particularly when her previous life was either unknown or not happy?

When it's hot outside, keep your dog cool!

By Natalie Hennessy on Sep 13, 2012
This summer has been a scorcher and it looks like the heat is here to stay for a little bit longer. To be safe, make sure to know and recognize the symptoms of heat stroke in pets.
Space. Some us us like a lot of it and some of us prefer closeness… whether we are old friends or just met. Either way, it is a personal preference; one that should be respected.

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