Alex Schenker

7 Trendy Dog-Friendly Business Ideas And Their Predicted Longevity

A Jack Russell Terrier wearing glasses and pretending to type on a laptop computer (Caption: Trendy Dog-Friendly Business Ideas).

Perhaps inspired by the benefits of dogs in the workplace, some businesses have fully embraced dog-friendly products as their bread-and-butter offerings. Some of the top canine-focused industries may be familiar, like pet sitting or dog walking. Others, like subscription boxes, are a bit more trendy and fresh. If you want to start a dog-friendly business, you can’t go wrong with the trendy options we review.

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Working From Home With Dogs: 8 Ways To Keep Them Quiet And Entertained

A person dressed in a blue button-up shirt and blue tie working at a desktop computer while a dog sits on the desk next to them. (Caption: Working From Home With Dogs Tips)

Working from home requires a computer, a reliable internet connection, and any other tools of the trade that you might need. Peace and quiet are also essential for remote workers. If you have a dog, this may not be easy to achieve. You may be frustrated when your dog barks during an important call or begs for a walk when you are in the middle of essential calculations, and you wouldn’t be alone. Nearly 39% of all households in the U.S. have at least one dog, adding up to more than 48 million homes with a canine. How can all these at-home working professionals keep their pets from interrupting their productivity?

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Do Petplan Pet Insurance Promo Codes & Seasonal Discounts Exist In The U.S., Australia, Canada, Etc.?

Petplan Promo Code

Seeking a Petplan promo code, discounts, and coupons? We’ve got ’em to save you money! Also, learn more about what makes Petplan our pick for one of the best pet insurance providers. We will post the promotions here as we get them, along with their terms and conditions and time frames for use…

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The Dumbest Dog Breeds (But That Much More Lovable)

Chinese Crested

Which dogs won’t be bringing you back the morning newspaper or making your house guests and at their crafty tricks? According to research the following breeds show less intellectual promise than most other dogs. Intelligence for these breeds was determined by Canadian and U.S. kennel club judges and the amount of time it took a dog breed to master a new command. Of course, we’ve found that that can make these dogs just that much more lovable…

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Dog Diarrhea: What To Give, Treatment, Causes, Home Remedies, And More

Dog sick on bed (Caption: how to diagnose and treat dog diarrhea)

Since ancient times, physicians have looked to stool samples as a reference point for the health of their patients. For dogs, referencing stool samples is a more viable option than ever because of the rising costs of vet care. Concerned pet parents and vets can learn a lot by looking at a pet’s stool samples. And when it comes to puppies, what you learn might even save their lives.

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Dog Eating Wood: How To Make Them Stop

Dog chewing on piece of wood

Dogs chew on wood because they like chewing on things. That’s why you see dogs play with chew toys, and why chew bones and treats are so popular with dogs. While it’s fairly common for a dog to chew on wood (especially if you use sticks or small logs to throw to them when you’re playing fetch) your dog will thank you if you help them lay off the wood. Why?…

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Is A Citronella Dog Collar A Safer Alternative To Electric Shock?

Citronella Dog Collar (caption: Citronella Collars for dogs)

Citronella dog collars have been gaining in popularity ever since studies were released showing the negative psychological effects of electric shock collars on dogs. Furthermore, studies by the Animal Behavior Clinic at Cornell’s College of Veterinary Medicine suggest that citronella dog collars are even more effective than electric shock collars. The question we ask once again, however, is how humane, if at all, are these citronella dog collars?

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