Are you a Helicopter Pet Parent?

Helicopter Pet ParentsYou love your dog. He’s your loyal confidant, your tireless travel buddy, and your four-legged family member. But when it comes to his play time, do you love him a little too much?

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Cocktails and Wagging Tails: The Country's Best Yappy Hours

Dog Friendly Restaurants with Yappy HourAll over the United States, dog friendly restaurants, bars and hotels are embracing the idea of Yappy Hour – a dog friendly cocktail hour where pooches and their owners can socialize and enjoy drinks, treats, and delicious “yappetizers.” W

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Getting Around Town with your Four-Legged Friend: A Guide to Pet Friendly Public Transportation

If pet travel by car with your furry best friend isn’t a possibility, or if you’d just like to see the city sights together in a brand new way, there are many bus lines, subways and trains in cities across the country and in Canada that accommodate pets.

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Health and Healing for All: North Carolina State University Helps Bridge the Gap Between Animal and Human Medicine

From California sea lions, to horses, to treasured feline and canine family members, the North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, or CVM, works tirelessly to maintain the health and wellness of animals, and to search

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How to "Curb" Car Sickness in Puppies and Dogs

Pet Friendly Travel - Car SicknessMuch like humans, dogs and puppies can also experience a feeling of illness while on car trips.  This car sickness can make pet travel, whether short or long, quite an ordeal for dogs and their families.  Fortunately, there are things you can do to help your dog in the

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What It Takes To Be A Responsible Pet Parent

Author: Monica Reyes
Responsible Pet ParentingMy life is definitely full of responsibilities. I juggle being a full-time student and working as a Raw Pet Food Specialist for a natural healthy dog food company - all the while raising a 2-year old son and caring for both a 6-year old cat and our new 8-month old puppy. (Sounds like a lot to take on? Well it sure can be at times!)

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Scoping Out your Dog’s Poop: What Your Pet's “Business” Can Tell You About His Health

Scoping out Your Dog's PoopWhile it may feel a little uncomfortable and a little gross to get up-close and personal with your dog's poop, it’s worth it, as it can help give you a window into his overall health.

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Pets and Distracted Driving: What You Need to Know

Pet Vehicle RestraintsWhen we hear the term “distracted driving,” most of us think of the obvious culprits - eating, putting on makeup, talking on the phone, texting, or rummaging for a dropped object on the car floor.   However, few of us consider the driving distraction leaving our furry friends unsecured can cause.

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Dogs That Bark In the Car - What To Do?

Dogs that Bark in the CarAuthor:  Elsa Larsen, Dog Behaviorist & Trainer | Owner: My Wonderful Dog.

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Dog's Head Out the Car Window - A Dangerous Habit

Pet Vehicle SafetyFor most pups, the best part of a car ride is feeling the breeze in their furry faces as they stick their head out the window. Despite the feel good nature of this pleasurable experience, it's actually a very dangerous habit.

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