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Celebrate National Dog Day - Sunday, August 26th!

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Mark Your Calendars! National Dog Day is this Sunday!

Celebrated every year on August 26, National Dog Day was founded in 2004 to honor dogs, their friendship and their service. This day also was created to spotlight the importance of dog adoption and rescue.

To celebrate with your pooch this year, check out a few ideas below:

- Buy your dog some special treats and toys you know they’ll love (check out our great selection!)

- Take your pup out for a long walk or to the dog park for an afternoon of play.

- Treat your dog to a brand-new comfy pillow or bed. They’ll feel loved and you’ll keep them off your furniture.

- Break out the shampoo and brush and treat your dog to an at home grooming session!

- Teach your dog a new trick!

- Visit the local shelter and adopt a dog in need of rescue. There are millions of dogs taken in by shelters each year, there is no doubt you’ll find the perfect addition to your family!

- Can’t take home a new pet? Donate or volunteer at your local shelter. Many shelters post “wish lists” on their website or have them available at the door. An extra bag of dog food, blankets, etc. can be extremely helpful!

Healthy Dog Treats Straight From Your Kitchen

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Looking for a tasty treat for your pup? Look no further than your own kitchen! There are plenty of safe and healthy foods you can share with your pet that won’t upset their tummies, all of which receive Two Paws Up from our Test Kitchen Pup, Milly!Fruit – Apples (with skin, no seeds) provide vitamins A and C along [...]

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Reducing Your Pet's Carbon Footprint

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As we become educated on reducing our carbon footprint, it’s time to start evaluating the carbon footprint of our pets too. While they may seem small, dogs can emit a carbon footprint just as large, if not larger, than the cars we drive! To help reduce the size, follow these simple tips:Adopt! - Find your next best friend at your [...]

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Road Trip Rules for Your Pup

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Going on a road trip with your pup? Follow these simple rules to make sure you both have a safe and happy trip!Look for a Pet-Friendly Destination – Before putting down that deposit, make sure you are booking something that is pet-friendly. Make sure the hotel/house/campsite where you want to stay is pet friendly to ensure your pup’s time [...]

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Sweet & Simple PupCream! - DIY Ice Cream for Dogs

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Welcome Back to the Test Kitchen! Our second venture will be a cool and delicious treat for a hot summer day – PupCream! Milly is also back again, ready to give us two paws up or down for our rendition of Ice Cream for dogs! Let's get started!Summer is here! The sun is hot, the days are long, [...]

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Curing The Fear Of Thunderstorms

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Summertime is full of excitement. Great vacations, cook-outs and, inevitably, thunderstorms. Many dog owners find that their fun and fearless dog has become a – gasp! – scared-y cat when thunderstorms roll their way. More pets run away during thunderstorms than any other time. Here are a few tricks to help soothe your dog and keep him safe:- Comfort your [...]

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Help Your Pup Beat The Heat!

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Dogs love summer as much as we do! Be sure to protect your dog from the summer rays by following the tips listed below: - Avoid Peak Hours. Choose early morning or evening when taking your dog out for exercise and play. You’ll get more out of your time spent outdoors if you avoid peak hours in the sun. Make [...]

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Does My Dog Have Allergies?

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Just like humans, dogs can experience the discomfort of allergies. While we typically suffer from allergies throughout the Spring, dogs can suffer more from pollen allergies during the Summer months. This is due to the release of pollen from grasses, weeds and ragweed, all low to the ground and in direct contact with your pup daily. Dog allergies can also [...]

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Spring Cleaning Your Pup

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It’s that time of year again! The weather gets warmer, the days get longer, it's time for spring cleaning. We repair the gutters, wipe away the cobwebs, clean the dog… clean the dog? Yes, you read that right. Grooming your pup is very important as we transition into warmer weather. Most dogs have what is known as a double [...]

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Winter Care for Your Pup's Coat

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The cold winter weather can wreak havoc on our skin. Low humidity contributes to skin that can become dry, cracked and uncomfortable. The same can be said for our pets’ skin as well. Here are a few tips to help ensure that your dog's skin and coat are properly taken care of during the winter months:Brush Often. Dogs [...]

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