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Protecting Your Pet: 4 Holiday Hazards

4 Tips to protect your pup

While the holidays can be the most festive season for us, they can also be the most hazardous time of year for our four-pawed family members. Fortunately, there are some simple things you can do to help make sure your dear dog or cat enjoys a healthy, happy holiday season…

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Happy Howlidays!

Christmas dogs under tree

As a great year is coming to an end, I reflect back and am truly touched by what great & loyal customers I have and how many friendships I have made since starting this business just six short years ago… amazing how time flies when you are having so much fun…

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Parker Pup Barks Out Against Cancer

Park Pup with sign

Parker is not your every day 7 year old golden retriever. He’s a Pet Partners-registered therapy dog. He’s a spokesdog for cancer prevention. He’s an accomplished model. He’s a talented actor. And, in his free time, he even finds time to race around obstacles as an agility dog, surf and try to convince everyone he meets that they should throw a ball to play with him. Lucky for us, Parker was kind enough to take time out of his busy schedule to do an interview with Canine Journal so you guys could get to know him better…

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7 Tips For Caring For Your Elderly Dogs

Emmie and Elderly Dogs

As a 27-year-old mother of two seniors, I have slowly begun to accept the unavoidable truth that my babies are all grown up. When we first switched our boys to senior dog food, I was emotional (well, I cried) and as a social worker my first instinct was, Pet stores really should have support staff on hand for this kind of thing! I know I’m not the only one who has underestimated how emotional this transition would be…

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Dog Rescue Story: Gracie

Gracie

Although I have fostered scores of dogs, some as long as a year, Gracie was the first one I felt compelled to keep. My main breed is English Cocker spaniels, but I also had an interest in a mini Wirehaired Dachshund, so I volunteered to foster for DRNA (Dachshund Rescue of America). The fourth dog I was cared for was Gracie, a seven-year-old, smooth-standard dachshund…

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Is Turkey Bad for Dogs?

Is turkey bad for dogs?

Turkey itself is generally a pretty tasty and nutritious snack for most dogs. There isn’t anything particularly toxic about it, but when processed like with deli meats and turkey hot dogs, the chemicals used to keep them “edible” is often not digested well by dogs…

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Top 10 Most Expensive Dog Breeds

10 Most Expensive Dog Breeds

Most dog owners fall in love with their dog at first sight. But what if that puppy turns out to be pricey? What is a dog owner to do? How much is too much to pay for the doggie love of your life? Well many of us have to draw the line somewhere. But there are some people who think that you can’t put a price on love or that puppy. So what are the Top 10 Most Expensive Dog Breeds?

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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…

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