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Did you Hear That? A Quick Guide to Dogs’ Ears

By the time a dog’s hearing is completely developed, it’s about 4x stronger than a human’s, and also has a wider range, meaning they can hear frequencies we can’t – which explains why some dogs despise the vacuum cleaner, because … Continue reading

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A Dog’s Sense of Smell: Understanding their Strongest Sense

Much like humans rely on sight to make sense of their surroundings, dogs rely on their sense of smell. By smelling something, dogs are able to decode a lot more information about it than by simply staring. That’s because the … Continue reading

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National Immunization Awareness Month

August is National Immunization Awareness Month and, while the focus is supposed to be on humans, we’re taking the opportunity to bring that attention to our pets. As a pet owner, routine vaccinations may be the easiest obligation we have … Continue reading

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Assistance Dogs: Saving Lives on Four Paws

Each year in the pet realm, the first week in August is International Assistance Dog Week, a wonderful awareness holiday dedicated to recognizing and appreciating the incredible work assistance dogs do. Through ample training, testing, and patience, assistance dogs are … Continue reading

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A ‘Ruff’ Guide to Dog Breeds

It’s pretty incredible how many breeds of dog exist and how different they can be. While a dog’s love can come in many shapes and sizes, from the short Corgi to the regal Husky, it’s important to have some familiarity … Continue reading

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Itching, Scratching, and Nibbling: What You Should Know About Pet Allergies

At any time in their lives, dogs can develop allergies and, while everyday allergens are harmless to your dog’s health, they can be uncomfortable to live with. If your dog is exhibiting any of the following, he may be suffering … Continue reading

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Hot Dog! It’s Getting Warm Out There!

Summer is one of our favorite times of year; the kids are out of school, the weather allows for outdoor fun, and we get a little tan in the process! It’s also a time to be hyperaware of our pets … Continue reading

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Dogs and Fireworks: It’s Not as Fun for Them

Fourth of July is around the corner and, while two-legged civilians love to celebrate America’s independence, our four-legged family members have a harder time figuring out what all the racket’s about. July 5th is historically among the busiest days at … Continue reading

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Don’t Eat That! Tips on Chew Training

We’ve all been there: we leave the house for a mere 20 minutes to run an errand and come back to a destroyed shoe, chord, or table leg. Before you get angry, it’s important to remember: chewing satisfies many natural … Continue reading

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Responsible Resourcing – Where We Get Our Goods

If you read anything about pet trends, you’ve probably seen more attention being paid to resourcing, or where ingredients come from. And, even if not, we’d like to take this opportunity to put your mind at ease: all of our … Continue reading

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