Sadie Cornelius

Dog Health

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Healthcare for humans has been a hot topic in the news recently. But just because dogs are sitting backseat in cars doesn’t mean we should put their well-being behind our own. It is commonly believed that a dog ages about seven human years for every one year perhaps because dogs age seven times faster than we do. That means it is that much more important to take care of them to ensure they live a full and healthy life…

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Best Dog Activity Monitor: FitBark vs Whistle vs Link AKC & More

Girl running with dog (caption: Best Dog Activity Monitor)

How cool would it be to track your dog’s daily activity (think Fitbit for your pup!)? Your wish is now reality and we recently took a look at the leaders in this new and exciting category to review the top players. From GPS tracking and fitness monitoring to goal setting and comparing your dog to others, you are going to be blown away by all the cool features in these new high-tech devices…

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Heat Stroke In Dogs: Signs, Symptoms, Treatment, Prevention And More

Dog panting in hot car (Caption: Heat Stroke In Dogs prevention & treatment)

Warm weather is ideal for pet owners to enjoy the outdoors with their furry best friend. It’s tempting to take Fido with you to run errands and on family trips. But what happens when your dog becomes too hot? As the temperature rises, dog owners must be aware of the potential warning signs of heat stroke in dogs and how to prevent it before it’s too late.

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The Ultimate Dog Gift Guide

Pet Gift Guide

While it’s fun to treat your furry best friend year-round, the holidays are an especially good time to shower your pooch with presents. There are thousands of dog products on the market, but we’ve rounded up and reviewed our all-time (and some new) favorites that will be sure to spoil the special dogs in your life…

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The “What Ifs” Of Raising A Puppy (And Our Experts’ Solutions)

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Several “what if” situations and questions may arise shortly after or even a few months after you bring home your new puppy. The good news is most resolutions to these problems are easy with a visit to the vet, a little puppy training, or simply some patience. Here are the answers to some of the most common puppy questions and issues for new pet parents.

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Crate Training Your Puppy: The Key To A Pee-Free Home

Puppy laying crate (caption: Crate Training Puppies)

Crate training, when done effectively, can be a helpful tool. Not only does it provide your new puppy with a sense of safety and stability, it also provides you, as a new puppy owner, with a way to establish order and rule in your home. Implemented and followed through with correctly, crate training is a win for all parties involved – especially for your puppy…

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Organic Dog Treats: Recipes And Buying Guide

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There are many reasons why dog owners opt to feed their dogs organic dog treats, with one of the top reasons being that there is no doubt that these treats are more beneficial than traditional dog treats. Let’s examine why organic dog treats may be a good choice for your dog, as well as provide some excellent commercially available organic dog treats and of course provide recipes that you can make yourself…

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How To Fly And Travel With Pets: A Complete Guide

Dog sitting next to luggage (caption: Traveling With Pets)

Headed out on a holiday and want to bring your furry family member along for the ride? Perhaps you are going to a conference or traveling for work and want your pup to keep you company? Whether it’s a short road trip or a long haul flight, here are a few tips for smooth sailing for you and your travel companion…

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Why Do Dogs Eat Grass? (And How To Train Them To Stop)

Dog eating grass (caption: Why Dogs Eat Grass: How To Stop)

Our dogs often do things that we struggle to understand. One of those things is eating grass. While we may feed our dogs a perfectly well-balanced diet and provide them with all the stimulation they need, they may still take to consuming grass. There are many theories behind just why our canine friends impersonate cows chewing cud, and we are going to take a shot at the reasoning behind them…

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