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21 Unique Gift Ideas for Your One-of-a-Kind Dog

Trying to find the perfect present for your pup? Here are a few recommendations to consider based on your dog’s breed and personality. Keep reading →

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New Puppy Checklist: 3 Tasks to Tackle in the First 30 Days

Adding a furry member to your family? (Congrats!) Start things off right with this practical to-do list for your new puppy. Keep reading →

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How to Have a Safe (But Still Spooky) Halloween with Your Pets

With COVID-19, Halloween will look a bit different this year. But if you still plan to celebrate in some way, keep these pet safety tips in mind. Keep reading →

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What You Should Know Before Adopting a Shelter Dog

Thinking about adopting a shelter dog? Good for you! This adoption guide covers everything you need to know—from benefits to costs. Keep reading →

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How Life for Dogs and Cats Has Changed in the Last Decade [Infographic]

We surveyed more than 13,000 pet parents about their dogs and cats. Discover what we learned about our furry companions in the process. Keep reading →

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The Best 5 Summer Activities for Your Dog (Based on Breed)

When it comes to outdoor adventures with your dog, it’s important to consider their energy level, stamina, heat tolerance, and breed make-up. Keep reading →

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How to Travel with a Dog: 7 Steps for a Safe, Successful Vacation

Is your dog road-trip ready? Follow these simple tips to make summer travels with your dog safe and enjoyable for all involved. Keep reading →

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How to Choose the Best Dog Breed for Your Lifestyle

Wondering what kind of dog you should get? Deciding the best dog breed for you is both fun and very important. Here are several scenarios to consider. Keep reading →

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How to Prevent Post-COVID Separation Anxiety in Your Dog

As COVID-19 restrictions relax, you may soon be able to leave your home more often. Here are a few tips to keep your dog from developing separation anxiety. Keep reading →