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Canine Resolutions for the New Year

December 31, 2020 When the end of December rolls around, people look forward to parties, the infamous ball drop, and trying out the resolutions they’ve made. But what about your pooches? Can canines make New Year’s resolutions? Well, not technically— but you can make resolutions for them! And best of

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Holiday Plants That Pets Should Avoid

The Christmas tree is such an essential part of the holiday that many people bring it into their home without a second thought— unless that thought is which decorations to use, that is. But what many pet owners don’t realize is that their beloved Christmas tree can actually be a

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2020 Gift Ideas for Your Pet

Christmas is quickly approaching, which means that you’ll need to hustle to make sure your presents ship and arrive on time. But while you’re ordering all the latest tech and hottest trends for your friends and family, don’t forget your four-legged BFF! Your pet loves you year-round, so take this

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6 Ways to Celebrate Christmas With Your Dog

December 14, 2020 From picking out a Christmas tree to hanging stocking to baking holiday cookies, every family has their favorite holidays. Whether your family is big, small, or made up of four-legged friends, everyone deserves to have a safe and happy Christmas. But with so many fun options to

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Five Ways To Celebrate Hanukkah With Your Dog

Hanukkah Spanning over eight days and nights, Hanukkah is a Jewish festival celebrating the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem in 165 BC, after the Maccabean Revolt successfully freed the Jews from oppression by the Seleucids. It’s also known as the Feast of Dedication or Festival of Lights, so

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How to Help Anxious Pets with the Holidays

The holiday season is a wonderful time to travel and get together with friends and family. However, it is important that you keep your furry friends in mind when making your plans. Traveling, extra visitors, and the flurry of activity in the holiday season can be stressful for pets. This

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5 Key Tips for Every First-Time Pet Owner

Penny Martin of fureverfriend.info Congratulations — you’ve decided that you’re ready to bring home a pet! Whether you want to rehome a pet that your friend can no longer take care of, buy a pet from a breeder, or adopt an animal from your local shelter, you’re about to take a

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Can Dog Costumes Be Culturally Appropriative?

Halloween is a holiday that many consider synonymous with fun activities like trick-or-treating and carving pumpkins. However, its hallmark is also one of its most controversial elements: wearing costumes. In recent years, costume companies and families alike have been criticized for cultural appropriation. People of different ethnicities, religions, and races

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How to Keep Your Dog Safe on Halloween

Halloween is an exciting event that everyone can enjoy, whether you’re going door to door asking for treats or tricking out your haunted house. If you can bring your dog along, even better! Walking around the neighborhood collecting candy or passing it out more fun when your best friend can

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