Runaway Dog Gets Trapped In Neighbor’s Garage Wall For 5 Long Days

Dog Trapped in Wall

We can’t help but wonder where lost dogs travel to during their time away. Some dogs go on crazy adventures across the country while others remain closer than you’d think. For one family, their dog had a unique expedition. After running away, their dog named Gertie got trapped inside the walls of the neighbor’s garage. The poor pup went unnoticed for days, but then she finally decided to call for help. Officials guess that she was in those walls for … Read more

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This Company is So Sure CBD Can Help Your Senior Dog, They’re Giving Away Free Bacon CBD Chews

If you’ve been considering trying CBD oil for your dog, this might be your best opportunity yet. Many pet parents are nervous about giving a CBD oil tincture to their dog. Will I administer the right dose? Will my dog take the oil in their mouth? Our sister company, Cannanine.com created a bacon flavored CBD chew that dogs go crazy for. Instead of having to worry about administering the right dose, or whether or not your dog will like the … Read more

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Dog Rescue Founder Reunites With Missing Pit Bull After 8 Years Apart

Pit Bull Reunited After 8 Years

Every year that a dog is lost, it gets harder to feel hopeful. Most people start to give up or fear the worst. Yet, Cara Seiler decided to fuel her heartbreak into a passion that would help other dog parents. Her Pit Bull mix named Kemo was missing for eight years, and during that time, she started her own dog rescue. She makes sure every dog adopted is microchipped, and she helps fellow dog lovers reunite with lost pets. But … Read more

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Loving Lab Steps In As Foster “Mother” To Seven Orphaned Kittens

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Is there anything more heart-melting than interspecies friendships? It’s especially adorable when the tenderness is between two animals who are commonly known to have “mixed feelings” towards one another. Or when one friend is quite large and the other is quite small. Well, Bertie the one-year-old Labrador Retriever and his litter of kittens are both. No wonder he and his new kitty companions are spreading so many smiles across the internet.  How exactly did this two-week-old litter of kittens have … Read more

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Abused Dog Left In Gym Parking Lot Gets Leg Amputated

Abused Dog Leg Amputation

When working the night shift at a gym in Randolph, Massachusetts, Eric Weloth never expected to save a dog’s life. Yet, at 1 am, he found a Chihuahua mix abandoned and abused in a parking lot. When officials took the small dog in, they realized they’d have to amputate his back leg. It was a serious and scary procedure for the pup, but he’s lucky someone found him in time. Otherwise, he might not have survived. Officers are on the … Read more

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Wolf Puppies Won’t Understand You Like Your Dog Can, Research Shows

Wolf and Dog Puppies

Some might argue that wolf puppies are just as cute as dog puppies. The two have very similar appearances, making us want to cuddle both of them. But just because they look alike doesn’t mean they’ll act the same. New research shows that wolf puppies will never “get” humans as dogs can. No matter how closely they’re raised to humans, they’ll always have a different understandings of people. Dogs and wolves are both incredibly smart, but dogs have evolved to … Read more

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Meet TV’s “Top Dog,” Police K-9 Capone And His Handler

Personally, I’ve always believed there should be more TV shows about dogs. If that’s how you feel too, you might already know all about the show “America’s Top Dog” on the A & E network. The reality competition show features talented dogs and their handlers competing on an obstacle course designed to test their speed, agility, teamwork, and trust. In the recent third episode of the current second season, a 6-year-old Belgian Malinois named Capone and his handler, Senior Police … Read more

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Shih-Tzu With Amputated Legs Rescued By Detective With Prosthetic

On March 6, 2021, the San Diego Humane Society’s Law Enforcement rescued two dogs from a home in Mira Mesa, California. Their back paws had been bandaged so tightly, blood flow was cut off. The dogs’ previous owner said it was to prevent them from licking and scratching, but ultimately both dogs needed to have their back paws amputated. Fortunately, one of these poor pups, Chloe the 9-year-old Shih Tzu, would end up finding a family that understands her. Mostly, … Read more

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ALDF Ranks States By Strength Of Anti-Animal Cruelty Laws

The Animal Legal Defense Fund, a national anti-animal cruelty organization, recently released a report that examines how strong (or weak) each state’s animal cruelty laws are. It’s a good way for animal lovers to see which states are protecting our precious critters, and which seem to be turning a blind eye to big problems in the way animals are treated under their laws. It’s a long, thorough report, and we could spend all day diving into details. Instead, we’re going … Read more

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TrustedHousesitters Allows Peace Of Mind For Traveling Pet Parents

Who will watch the pets while we’re away?  When pet parents want to plan a trip, that’s one of the most important questions that they have. Pets are family, after all — but sometimes, it’s more convenient and comfortable for the four-legged friends to stay at home while their parents travel. That’s where TrustedHousesitters comes in. The reliable system allows the homeowner to have a traveler stay at their house to watch their pets while they, in turn, go on … Read more

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“World’s Ugliest Dog” Competition Celebrates Adorable Rescue, Senior Pups And Their Stories

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder — and that’s just the sentiment that the World’s Ugliest Dog Competition in Petaluma, California wants dog lovers to celebrate.  Each year, the competition is held at the Sonoma-Marin Fair to recognize dogs for their unique looks and advocate for rescue organizations. Many of the competition’s participants are rescues from puppy mills or abuse situations, so the main goal of the event is to spread awareness about these issues and prove that … Read more

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Movies Your Dog Wants to Watch Now

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Who doesn’t love dog movies? Me, that’s who. OK, not all dog movies, but plenty are immediate thumbs down. “Does the dog die?” is usually my first question. Humans in crisis in one form or another? Yeah, I feel a range of emotions. But the dog? Whhhy?! I’m rarely in the mood for a hard, …

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Shelter Euthanizes Dog Despite Nonprofit’s Efforts To Save Him

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Animal shelters and rescues do so many incredible things for dogs in need. Yet, anyone can make a heartbreaking mistake. Jim Lamonte from the K9 PTSD Center strongly believes that the Rhode Island Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RISPCA) made a mistake that cost an innocent dog’s life. They euthanized a German Shepherd in their care due to aggressive behaviors, but Lamonte had offered space for the dog to get a second chance. Now, Lamonte plans to sue … Read more

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Woman “Utterly Traumatized” After Lisa Vanderpump’s Rescue Gives Her Worms

Lisa Vanderpump Rescue Sued

WARNING: Content may be disturbing to some readers. Animal rescue organizations often get a lot more criticism than they deserve. After all, they’re usually run by volunteers who just want to save lives. Yet, some complaints are a bit more serious than others, such as a lawsuit against Lisa Vanderpump’s dog rescue organization. Vanderpump Dogs is under fire because they allegedly adopted out a sick puppy, which passed violent worms to the adopter. This story isn’t being shared to give … Read more

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‘Skeleton’ Dog Found Locked Inside Cage At Abandoned Doggy Daycare Is So Glad To Be Safe

Local authorities are investigating the mysterious circumstances surrounding a starving dog who was found locked inside a kennel at an abandoned doggy daycare center in Vancouver, British Columbia.  The staff at the British Columbia SPCA was shocked to see the nearly skeletal dog when he was brought into the shelter. His hair was so overgrown, and upon shaving his matted fur, they could see nearly every bone in his body.  It’s not clear how or why the dog, now named … Read more

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Little Girl Can’t Stop Crying Tears Of Joy When Her Lost Dog Is Finally Found

For almost two months, Max the dog couldn’t seem to find his way home.  He went missing in May in San Antonio, Texas and his family was afraid that they would never see him again. That was until Deputy Perez of the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office received a call about a dog found wandering a local neighborhood.  Perez remembered a lost dog flyer that had been up at the substation looking for Max. When Perez arrived at the scene where … Read more

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Stolen Puppy’s Miraculous Return Home Made Possible Thanks To Social Media

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Korben the Yorkie puppy is only six months old, but he has already been through a lot. He receives plenty of love at home, but he recently met someone who wasn’t so kind to him. One morning, Brandi Major’s daughter let the pup out into the yard instead of taking him on a morning walk. It seemed harmless at the time, but he vanished when her back was turned. When Major arrived home later, Korben was nowhere to be seen. … Read more

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Switching Dog Food: What You Should Know

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Breaking up can be hard to do, whether you’re doing it with a job, friend, or significant other. Switching dog food can also be difficult for your dog. But sometimes, it must be done. “It’s usually a medical reason,” says Dr. Ashley Rossman, DVM of Glen Oak Dog and Cat Hospital. She recommends speaking with …

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Husky’s Collar Saves Her From Fatal Gunshot Wounds

It’s amazing how one tiny detail can change the outcome of an entire situation. For a Husky named Coconut, it was the fact that she wore a collar. Coconut and her Husky siblings often get into trouble, but this one mischievous plan led to her getting shot. If she hadn’t been wearing a sturdy GPS collar, the shots would’ve been fatal. Of course, the collar isn’t designed to be bulletproof, but it was an incredible coincidence. Now, Coconut is safe … Read more

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Foster Mom Creates Hilarious, F-Bomb-Packed Adoption Advertisement For ‘Hellion’ Dog Named Hank

Houston foster dog mom Christine Clauder is desperate to find the perfect home for her foster dog, Hank — so much that she created a hilarious, expletive-packed website highlighting his maxed-out antics and energy.  The Siberian Black Mouth Cur is currently up for adoption, and Clauder is hoping to find his forever home — and fast. The website is titled “please adopt this hellion,” and features information about the overactive pooch.  “Trying to get this dog adopted has been like … Read more

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Saddest Shelter Pit Bull Won’t Stop Wagging His Tail Once A Foster Brings Him Home

iHeartDogs works closely with GreaterGood.org to donate a portion of sales to their various charity efforts. Through the Rescue Bank program, thousands of shelter dogs and cats each year are able to have food, provided by Greater Good Charities. Thanks to the support of customers like you, happy endings like the one below are made possible. Nigel the pit bull had been at the shelter so long that he was at risk of being euthanized.  Day after day, he sat … Read more

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Bindi Irwin’s Baby And Dog Named Piggy Are Adorable Cuddle Buddies

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Steve Irwin’s daughter Bindi Irwin loves animals as much as he did, and she often shows it through her social media posts. Yet, Bindi recently took a break from social media to relax and spend more time with her beautiful family. Of course, that didn’t stop her dog and her husband from sharing updates. Bindi and her husband Chandler Powell have an Instagram page specifically for their dogs. They have two canines: a Pug named Stella and a Cavalier King … Read more

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Soap Opera Star Sells Handmade Mugs To Raise Money For Dog Charities

Rena Sofer, The Bold And The Beautiful and General Hospital actress, found a fun way to make money off cursing. Ever artistic and altruistic, the soap opera star designed a cheeky “F-off” clay glazed mug and decided it could be useful for more than just holding coffee. An animal lover, Sofer donated profits from the handmade mugs to help animals in need. Fortunately, other TV personalities like The Young And The Restless stars Michelle Stafford and Courtney Hope also support the actress’ mission. … Read more

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A New Breed of Animal Control

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“It takes a village.” It’s a saying that’s applied to inciting social change in cities, raising a child and fighting viruses. It’s also the mindset that helped a municipal animal shelter in Charlotte, North Carolina, receive its first-ever No-Kill community designation. “No shelter can do it without the help of the community,” says Melissa Knicely, …

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Brave Young Boys Rescue Their Family Dog From The Grips Of A Boa Constrictor

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Warning: Images and video footage may be disturbing to some readers. A heart-pounding video of an incredible rescue mission is making rounds across the internet. A large boa constrictor closed its grips around the body of a beloved family dog, but his dedicated humans would not let this be the end. A shocking recording out of Cambodia found its way to the dog-loving community of YouTube and TikTok. The video shows three children as they fight off a large boa … Read more

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Sheriff’s Bloodhound Locates Missing 12-Year-Old During Tropical Storm

It was just a few days ago that we brought you the story of Fred, a Tennessee police K-9 who helped authorities locate a 6-year-old girl who had been kidnapped by her father. Now, we have another tale of an awesome bloodhound coming to the rescue of a young girl who went missing during a tropical storm. Into The Storm Tropical storm Elsa recently passed over Florida and during the middle of the wind and rain, a 12-year-old girl suddenly … Read more

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Puppy Still Missing After Being Left At Unlicensed Kennel

Kennel Loses Bulldog Puppy

Leaving a dog alone when you’re out of town is hard. Dog kennels and daycares are expensive, and it’s difficult to tell if your dog will get the love they deserve. So, Christine Gallagher searched long and hard for a kennel that seemed more homey than the rest. She settled on Perseus Poconos Pet Sitting. It’s a five-acre property that describes itself as a “homestyle dog boarding facility.” Plus, it has the most reasonable prices out there, so it seemed … Read more

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Your Support Led To Buster And Octavia Being Saved

If you don’t already know, part of each sale on the iHeartDogs.com store is donated to Greater Good Charities, which offers grants for programs like Rescue Bank. Customers like you are the reason heartwarming stories like the ones below are possible. Saving animals, while worthwhile, can be very expensive. When shelters and independent rescues receive food or financial grants, they can use what funds they do have for other important things like surgeries and overhead costs. Rescue Bank donations helped … Read more

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Reformed Gang Member Shows Compassion For The Addict Who Stole His Dog

Brayden Morton was working from home in British Columbia when someone stole his dog from his yard. Darla the 3-year-old Shar-Pei was outside when he heard a commotion outside his window. When he rushed to look in the yard, Darla was gone, the gate was open, and a truck was speeding away. Morton immediately turned to social media to search for his stolen dog. He offered a $5,000 reward, and he received hundreds of potential sightings. Yet, once he found … Read more

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Breeder Convicted Of Cruelty To 110 Dogs, Cats & Tortoises Loses Her Appeal

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It was in September of 2019 when Lynn Stoker was convicted and sentenced to 21 weeks. She was found guilty of eleven charges of “causing unnecessary suffering to a protected animal” and four counts of “failing to ensure an animal’s welfare needs.”  “There were a number of different breeds at the property – including chihuahuas, shih-tzu crosses, cockapoos, King Charles Spaniels, terrier crosses, poodles and bulldogs. There were so many of them that only a handful of them had names,” … Read more

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Tiny Rescue Puppy Was Born Without Eyes Due To Irresponsible Breeding

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The Big Fluffy Dog Rescue is searching for the perfect home for a special needs pup named Teacup. As a victim of cruel breeding practices, Teacup needs a family that is dedicated to giving her the beautiful life she deserves. The 5-month-old Miniature Schnauzer and Wheaten Terrier mix has a heartbreaking past. She was born without eyes due to irresponsible breeding practices, leading her to the rescue’s doorstep just weeks into her life. Not only was Teacup born without eyes, … Read more

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Naomi Watts Says Goodbye To Beloved Yorkie After 20 Years

Naomi Watts' Yorkie Pases Away

Actress Naomi Watts is a huge animal lover and a proud dog parent. During the pandemic, she got a new puppy named Izzy, but her 20-year-old Yorkie named Bob will always be the love of her life. Bob joined Watts’ family as a puppy back in 2001, and he has shared a close bond with her ever since. Recently, Watts posted a heartfelt tribute to Bob on Instagram, sharing that he passed away. As sad as his death was to … Read more

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Rescue Wants Answers After Finding Severely Malnourished Puppy

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Unfortunately, it’s common for rescues to find dogs abandoned in critical condition. Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control only added to that number after finding a severely malnourished puppy. The pup was so emaciated that he couldn’t walk on his own. So, it’s clear that someone dumped him all alone. The rescue is taking his recovery a day at a time. Luckily, the puppy is making improvements every day, but he’s not out of the woods yet. The shelter is … Read more

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Dug Up at Dogster: July 2021 Dog Events and Dog Holidays

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Summertime and the living is easy with your dog at your side having fun at July 2021 dog events and holidays. Time to enjoy the great outdoors along with your dog at these fun July 2021 dog events and holidays. Don’t see your July 2021 dog event on the list? Email us at dogstermag@belvoir.com to …

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Dog’s Size and Shape May Predict Bone Tumor Risk

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By analyzing body mass, long bone length and genetics, researchers at the University of Bristol have revealed breeds with increased and reduced odds of osteosarcoma (an aggressive bone cancer). The study, published in March in the journal Canine Medicine and Genetics, confirmed that dogs with large body mass and long bone length were more likely …

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Milo the Butterfly King

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Who would have thought a dog and a butterfly could be friends? Meet Milo the Butterfly King! The 3-year-old Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever has forged an unusual friendship with the monarch butterflies that call his garden home. Milo’s fascination with his butterfly pals started when thousands of Vanessa cardui (aka painted lady) butterflies migrated …

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Bringing Home Fido: 4 Rules for Happiness

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You’ve adopted a rescue dog. Now what? Instead of jumping right into training, focus on ensuring her emotional well-being and meeting her biological needs: food, water, shelter and feeling safe in her new home without any pressure to perform. Here are some tips on what to focus on first, before you even begin the training. …

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What is Parvo?

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Parvo is so frightening because it is extremely easy to spread and can often be fatal.

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Teach Your Dog To Ride an Elevator

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Has your dog ever been in an elevator? Elevators are a regular part of life for many big city dogs, but elevators can be scary and stressful for dogs if they aren’t used to them. Even if you don’t live in an apartment building or big city, teaching your dog how to be comfortable riding …

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The Dreaded Chronic Pancreatitis

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Does your dog vomit occasionally for no apparent reason? Unexpectedly refuse her favorite food? Experience bouts of gas, diarrhea or painful tummy after eating? If so, it could be due to an often-overlooked diagnosis: chronic pancreatitis. Most dog lovers have heard of pancreatitis. The typical tale involves a doggo that is overfed a rich meal …

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Yorkshire Terrier

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Quick Facts Weight: 3 – 7 pounds (1.36 – 3.18 kg) Height: 7 – 9 inches (17.78 – 22.86 cm) The Look of a Yorkshire Terrier Yorkshire Terriers are small, longhaired dogs with solid, well-proportioned frames. They hold themselves in an erect, confident and proud manner. A typical Yorkie has a flat head (with lots …

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People Who Help Dogs Find Homes

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The steps it takes for a dog to find his perfect adopted family forces him to rely on a number of different types of loving humans. Sophie Gamand, Lisa Lemieux and Bobby Humphreys are three such people. The Photographer French artist Sophie Gamand is known for her poignant images of Pit Bulls in colorful and …

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Dug Up at Dogster: June 2021 Dog Events and Dog Holidays

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As Springs swings into Summer, take in these wagalicious June 2021 dog events and holidays for you and your canine pal. Don’t see your dog event on the list? Email us at dogstermag@belvoir.com and we will include your June 2021 dog event. June 2021 Dog Holidays  June 6-12: Pet Appreciation Week June 21: Father’s Day (Dog Dad …

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Moving With A Dog

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For you, moving may feel like an exciting new chapter. Your dog might not agree. Moving with a dog can be very challenging. Here’s how the two of you can get on the same page. As humans, we may need some time to adjust to a new home. The cabinets may be in different locations, …

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When to Neuter a Dog

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How old was your dog when he was neutered? It is becoming increasingly common to see puppies in shelters and rescue groups being neutered at very young ages, sometimes as young as seven weeks old. Clearly preventing unwanted litters is important and generally the driving force behind puppies being neutered early. But are there any …

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Survival Tips to Canine City Life

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Sometimes life in the city can be ruff! There are always things to see and do, but that can be a little bit overwhelming for our canine companions. If you’re thinking about bringing your dog into the city, or if you’re moving to a new urban area with your dog, check out these survival tips …

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Building Engagement with Your Dog

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Sponsored content brought to you by Sleepypod We’ve all seen it: the dog who watches his owner intently for the next word, who checks in with his human partner when hiking off leash or even the patient pup who frequently checks in with his human partner. These are examples of engagement between the dog and …

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When To Spay a Dog

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Spaying puppies, sometimes as young as seven weeks, has become increasingly common in shelters and rescues. The idea is to prevent unwanted litters, but pet parents, too, sometimes face pressure to spay dogs early because of the perceived notion that it’s messy or inconvenient to have a dog go into heat. Can you spay a …

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Integrating a New Dog Into Your Family

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Integrating a new dog into a household with an existing dog can be tricky, but most dogs successfully ease into the transition if given the right kind of guidance from the start. Peaceful coexistence can be achieved in a number of ways, including monitoring both dogs’ interactions with each other and reducing situational and environmental …

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Dog Limping: What You Need to Know

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Is there anything worse than seeing your dog in pain? Maybe you’re outside. Fido is fine one minute, and the next, he’s hobbling around. When this occurs, it can sometimes be difficult to diagnose the cause of a dog limping. “There could be quite a few reasons why a dog is limping,” says Dr. Michelle …

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