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Life Expectancy of Dogs: How Long Will My Dog Live?

Puppies drinking water

Larger animals tend to live longer than smaller ones...most of the time. Think about it. A human lives longer than a cat, which lives longer than a rat, which lives longer than a fly. But why isn't this true when it comes to animals within their species? A person who weighs 150 pounds will most likely live longer than a person who weighs 300 pounds. This is because of increased health risks for the person who weighs 300 pounds. When it comes to dogs though, how can you compare a Great Dane to a Chihuahua? Their anatomic builds are completely different and their lifespans reflect this... Read More »

Meet Baxter of Blind Dog Cafe

Baxter the blind dog

Baxter the blind dog is the mascot of The Blind Dog Cafe in Washington DC. His owner, Jonas Singer has been featured in the news including The Washington Post and PBS. But we were curious to get to know the dog who inspired the cafe. When not running around the cafe, Baxter and Singer can be found running their other venture, Union Kitchen. We sat down with Baxter to get to know the real deal behind the name of the coffee shop... Read More »

How To Stop Your Dog From Whining

Dog whining on the street

If dogs could talk, oh the tales they would tell. Truth is, dogs do communicate in many ways, and one of the more vocal ways they communicate, both with humans and other animals, is through whining. Dogs whine sometimes when they want attention, when they're excited or anxious, or when they want to please you. In this article, we'll discuss why dogs whine and how to stop a dog from whining... Read More »

An Interview with Mac the Pitbull

Interview with Mac the pitbull

Mac the Pitbull is an inspiration to all pitbulls and misunderstood dogs around the world. He is pitbull strong and makes his bark heard as he shares his story of rescue and greatness. Pitbulls are often trained to be aggressive dogs but they can also be trained to be awesome pets. That's the sign of a smart dog breed and Mac is no exception. We were so excited to meet this special dog. You can too. Read our exclusive interview with Mac the Pitbull... Read More »

Embrace vs Healthy Paws: Who’s Top Dog?

Embrace vs Healthy Paws

You've just gotten this adorable, new puppy and love playing and snapping photos of him to share with your friends. Unfortunately, he's a bit rambunctious and enjoys eating q-tips, bobby pins, pennies and other not so doggy friendly "snacks". What do you do? Obviously, you need to take him to the vet and make sure he's ok and get those items out of his stomach, but how will you pay for it? Do you have pet insurance? Those veterinarian bills can get pretty expensive. Just the normal vaccines can get pricey! Maybe Embrace or Healthy Paws can help you out. Read Embrace vs Healthy Paws to see which company can help reduce your vet bills and keep your pup healthy... Read More »

Don’t Let Your Dog Go Naked On Halloween

Dogs dressed up in Halloween costumes

Has your dog always dreamed of dressing up as Elvis or a Bad to the Bone Biker? What pooch wouldn't?!? Just as there is no limit to outfit ideas for humans, everything imaginable is available for dogs too. Dressing your dog up for Halloween can be fun and entertaining for everyone. Here are some ideas and ways to get your furry friend to join in on the festivities this fall... Read More »

4 Steps to Brushing Your Dog’s Teeth

Hand brushing dog's teeth

After a long day, what dog owner doesn’t love the joyful welcome they receive from their beloved pets when they walk in the door? But when you bend down to greet your happy hound, does their bad doggy breath make you cringe? That halitosis could be more than just a sign that Fido ate something he shouldn’t have. Often bad breath, just as for humans, is a sign that your dog’s dental health is not what it should be. So what does a responsible dog owner do... Read More »

Dog Body Language: What 4 Things Is Your Dog Trying To Tell You?

Puppy smiling

You’ve heard the expression “to wear one’s heart on their sleeve.” It means that someone lets their emotions be known without actually having to tell anybody how they feel. Dogs are in a constant state of wearing their hearts on their sleeves. Dogs are great because of how simple they can be. They have a very instinctual language and as we learn to recognize how they communicate we begin to better understand what our furry friend is telling us through dog body language... Read More »