The 5 Senses Series: Taste

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A dog’s sense of smell is 40 times great than ours. But when it comes to tastebuds, we humans have them licked. People have roughly 9,000 taste buds, whereas dogs have only around 1,700. Dogs still have a great sense of taste — just not in the same way humans experience taste.  But, studies have […]

4 Tips to Keep Your Dog’s Coat Shining Bright

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A shiny, full coat is a sign of a healthy and happy dog. There are many factors that can contribute to a dull coat — it doesn’t always mean your pup is in poor health. Muddy play dates, rolling around in fresh-cut grass, dry sunny days spent outside — can all contribute to the shine […]

8 Tips for a Dog-Safe Summer

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Summer is here and that means more time outdoors with our faithful four-legged furry companions. To ensure your pup has a fun and safe summer, follow these 8 tips.   1. Stay Up-To-Date on Heartworm Summertime is mosquito time. With mosquitos comes the threat of heartworm infections for dogs. Heartworms damage the ability of a […]

Puppies Teach Us Valuable Life Lessons

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Puppies can teach us many important life lessons. While on paper, humans may be smarter than dogs, and puppies have just started living, they may be able to offer us some sage advice if we simply pay attention. Positivity Puppies by their nature tend to be happy-go-lucky creatures. Expand on their positive nature when training […]

The 10 Dos and Don’ts When Bringing Your Dog to the Office

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More and more establishments are becoming dog-friendly, and the workplace is one of them. The presence of a dog at the office can actually reduce stress and make people more collaborative. Additionally, some employers see it as a perk to entice talent, especially since so many people have gotten used to working from home over […]