Move over, boring old pet tags: Dogily rose gold best friend jewelry sets are here to change the way we say “I love you” to our dogs! Remember when you were younger and gave your best friend a half-heart necklace and kept the matching half to show the world that you were BFFs? It was […]
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We’ve all been there. You’re petting your dog and all of a sudden they look up at you with their big puppy dog eyes and then your nose gets attacked by stinky dog breath. It’s normal for their breath to stink from time to time, but if it’s a daily, around-the-clock occurrence it’s definitely time […]
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Something that may not be at the top of your “Remember To Do” mental list is getting your new puppy vaccinated on time. New puppy…
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The arrival of summer means more time outdoors with your dog, but don’t forget the sun protection and insect repellent! Summer is here, bringing with it lots of outdoor fun for you and your dog. But too much sun can cause burning and even lead to skin cancer. Meanwhile, mosquitoes, ticks and other nasty pests […]
Everyone loves a puppy; they are soft, adorable, pocket-sized, and full of fun. Typically, people try to bring their puppy home as soon as they…
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Are you in the process of breeding your dog, or do you already have a pregnant dog at home? Whatever may be the case, you’ll…
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Humans are complex creatures — but so are our cats! People who aren’t familiar with cats might say they’re “aloof” or “mysterious,” but understanding a cat’s body language simply takes knowing what to look for. Cats naturally don’t have many facial muscles, which is why some people might think of them as cold and haughty. […]
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