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Personalized Dog Totes: Droolworthy Gifts For Pet Lovers

Girls with dog tote bags

If you’re like my husband and me, you probably take your dog everywhere. When we visit family for the day, we bring our dog Sally along with us. That means we need to bring her food, food dish, water dish, treats, leash, harness and any toys she wants to bring along. Our back seat gets chaotic with everything just thrown in the vehicle. Having a dog tote bag for all of her stuff would make trips easier and more organized. And what’s cuter than getting a pet tote bag with your dog’s face on it? Check out these customizable pet totes to help you keep everything in one easy to grab spot. This would also make a great gift for your favorite dog lover…

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How To Have A Dog-Friendly Valentine’s Day

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As Valentine’s Day approaches, you are probably trying to decide on the perfect gift for your dog. But did you know that the traditional tokens of affection — roses, chocolates, and other candies — can be harmful for the four-legged loves of your life? Here’s some tips to ensure a loving and safe Valentine’s Day this year…

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Worms In Dogs: Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention

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There are a wide variety of worms that can infect your dog. Although many of the symptoms are similar, each requires a specific type of medication for treatment. When an inappropriate medication is used to treat worms, infestations can return or worsen in severity, causing additional medical complications. Some of the worms that commonly affect dogs include heartworms, roundworms, tapeworms, hookworms and whipworms…

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Can Dog Paws Freeze?

White poodle in snow (caption: Can Dog Paws Freeze?)

If you are an obsessed or overprotective dog owner then you have likely browsed the dog apparel aisle in your local pet store and paused briefly to contemplate “winter booties” for your dog’s paws. A recent discovery by researchers in Japan, however, finds that dog paws may not need “winter booties” after all thanks to a specialized circulation system in their paws…

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