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    Where We Stand Now: Covid-19 and Pets

    Since our last post, new information has been released, and further studies have been conducted. A very small amount of dogs have been confirmed to be infected with the virus. A German Shepherd in New York was the first confirmed case, announced on June 2nd, of an infected dog in the United States. Find out more about this virus and our pets.

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    Yes, Your Dog Is Trying to Rescue You

    For decades, we've known dogs as protective, loyal creatures that make lifelong companions. The media shows these animals as Old Yellers and Air Buds that would do whatever it takes to keep us safe. Does this representation translate to real life, though? It would appear so, as a recent study revealed that dogs want to rescue their owners, but only if they know-how.

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    Creative Ways to Keep You And your Dog Entertained During Self-Isolation

    The Coronavirus pandemic has impacted lives all over the world. In the U.S., most states are under some kind of lockdown or "stay at home" order, limiting interaction between people. While that kind of social distancing is necessary to get the spread of the virus under control, it can also increase the risk of people experiencing loneliness. Because loneliness can cause potential health issues like increased stress, cardiovascular disease, and even altered brain function, people need to have a connection of some kind.

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    Dealing With Separation Anxiety in Dogs

    A large portion of the workforce has been switched to working from home, or sadly are out of jobs for the time being. With all this newfound home time, your dogs are sure to be loving the extra attention. However, when you eventually go back to work, it may leave your beloved pet feeling a bit anxious. 

    If you don't take early steps to combat or prevent these behaviors, you'll likely have a dog that exhibits symptoms of Separation Anxiety.

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    COVID-19 and Your Dog (UPDATE)

    Unless you’ve been completely shut off from the world, you’ve heard about the pandemic caused by the recent strain of Coronavirus. With many working from home, people are left wondering how to keep their dogs occupied or even if petting their dog is safe. This article was originally published on March 20th, but new information has required an update. (6/26/20)

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