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What’s The Best Pet Insurance Company For 2020?

 

Best Pet Insurance Comparison

As dog owners ourselves, we understand that the day to day expenses can add up and the cost of pet insurance is one that may appear unnecessary at first. Much like our health insurance, however, pet insurance is there when the moment comes that you need to fall back on the financial support an insurance plan can offer. And if you don’t have the plan already in place, you will likely find yourself in a tight spot…

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Personalized Dog Tags For Pets: Identification For Your Dogs

Best Dog Tags

Jake loves moving around, and that jangle from his collar and ID tag keeps you up at night, so you decide to remove it. You take him on his walk the next morning and forget to put his name tag back on. No big deal, you’ve forgotten a hundred times. However, this time, Jake spots a rabbit and pulls hard enough to break free from your grasp. He’s on the loose, and the worst has happened, he’s out of your sight. Not only is your best friend lost, but he’s also tagless. If someone does find him, they won’t know how to get him back to you. That’s why it’s important for our dogs to always have their ID tags on them…

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Fireworks And Dogs: Tips To Keep Fido Calm

Fireworks: My Dog is Scared of Fireworks

Is your dog scared of fireworks? She’s not alone! Although fireworks are a fun, exciting sight for us humans, for dogs they’re typically the opposite. The unexpected, loud noise can often create stress and anxiety for your dog. Before the fireworks are lit, be sure to understand what your dog is experiencing…

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Best Dog Barrier For Cars: Drive Safer With Your Pup

Dog outside car with dog barrier

Does your dog like to explore the vehicle while driving down the road? Your pup probably starts out in the back seat, then meanders to the front seat with you (making sure to whack you in the face with their tail), then wanders to the back and continues this pattern until you reach your destination…

This can be dangerous you and other drivers on the road because you could get distracted by your dog. We know your dog doesn’t mean any harm, they’re just so excited to be on the road with you. So we recommend using a dog barrier for your car…

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2020 Pet Holidays: Ways To Celebrate Your Dog Each Month

Holidays for pets

If you haven’t noticed, we love dog holidays here at Canine Journal! The only thing better than human holidays is an excuse to celebrate our beloved pets and spread awareness about our furry friends. We put together all our favorite dog holidays in one handy place to reference (so you and your pup can plan accordingly). Here is your ultimate go-to guide to all the holidays this year and beyond…

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K9s For Warriors: Saving Veterans And Dogs

Group of vets with dogs (caption: K9s For Warriors: Saving Veterans And Dogs)

K9s For Warriors is a Florida-based assistance dog nonprofit. They rescue dogs from shelters across the United States and pair them with disabled veterans. To date, they have saved almost 1,200 dogs from a life of abandonment or euthanasia. K9s For Warriors’ motto is “we rescue the dog, and the dog rescues the veteran (from severe PTSD and suicide).” We love their success story and got the chance to chat with their Manager of Programs Greg Wells about all the incredible work they are doing. Learn more in our latest Top Dog interview…

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