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Breed and Genetics

What Breed Is My Dog? (4 Ways to Find Out)

Eager to figure out which breeds make up your mystery mix? Here are the pros and cons of four common breed identification methods. Keep reading →

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Life with Pets

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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Life with Pets

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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Life with Pets

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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Dog Training

How to Potty-Train a Puppy: 7 Steps for Success

Need to potty-train a puppy fast? We’ve got you covered. This comprehensive list of potty training tips will have your dog housebroken in no time. Keep reading →

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Life with Pets

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 →

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Life with Pets

3 Ways Social Distancing Affects Your Dog (and What to Do About It)

Social distancing is hard for both people and pets. Learn how quarantine life impacts your dog—and what you can do to make it more bearable. Keep reading →

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Breed and Genetics

Introducing the New and Improved Wisdom Panel

It’s time for a new breed of dog DNA test. Meet Wisdom Panel™ Essential and Premium—genetic tests that help you plan better, care smarter, and love longer. Keep reading →

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Breed and Genetics

How Studying Dog Genetics Benefits Human Health

Because humans and dogs share certain diseases—including diabetes and cancers—studying canine genetics can help us improve our own health. Keep reading →