Pet Friendly Travel: PeeWee's Big Adventure

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Pet Friendly Travel Pee WeeBy Yvonne Cantrell  | We are a boating family. Waterskiing, houseboating, wakeboarding, surfboarding, or hanging out on the tube, we love to do it all. Naturally, we encouraged our Papillion, PeeWee, to enjoy it along with us from the time he was a puppy.  He’s hooked now like the rest of us.

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Clean Pups Without the Mess

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By Katie Ceraulo | Dogs get dirty when they’re traveling! Bathing your pooch during a road trip can be a hassle. There is a fairly new option for pet travelers that makes bathing dogs on the road a breeze. Self-service dog washes provide everything you need to bathe your dog, and they even clean up the mess! It’s an affordable option and all you need to bring with you is your dog – it’s that easy.

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Surprise! Pets ARE Allowed! Unexpected Places that Welcome Pets

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Pets are Allowed. Unexpected Places that Welcome Pets.By Kim Salerno | As pet parents, we know offhand where our furry kids are welcome: dog parks, most people parks, and most pet supply stores. But when it comes to most other places, those who enjoy traveling with their pets can feel left out in the cold.

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Brushing Your Dog’s Teeth: A Brushing a Day Helps Keep Disease Away

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How to Brush a Dog's TeethIt is estimated that 85% of dogs over 5 years old suffer from periodontal disease.  That’s a huge number!  This disease can become very serious and threaten the overall health of your dog.   The good news is that it’s very preventable. 

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