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    A Quick Guide to Tailgating With Your Dog

    To really put the “tail” in tailgating, shouldn’t you have a mascot—the four-legged, tail-wagging kind? After all, you share game day with all of your best friends, so why not bring your best fur-bud along for the ride?

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    A Deadly Dip: Why You MUST Protect Your Dog from Toxic Blue-Green Algae

    This summer has seen a rash of sudden canine deaths sweep across the country, and they’ve all had one thing in common: contaminated water. Read on to find out about toxic algae and what you can do to protect your dog from this threat.

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    6 Tips for Finding a Great Breeder

    There are plenty of great pups out there that would make an excellent addition to your family, but did you know that behind every great puppy is a great breeder? Read on for some practical tips to help you find the right breeder and the right puppy.

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    Recognizing & Treating Spinal Stroke in Dogs

    Spinal stroke can sound very scary, and the symptoms, which include paralysis, can seem just as frightening. But as bad as it seems, it is treatable. Read on for help recognizing spinal stroke in dogs, along with ideas for how to treat it if it happens to your pet.

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    10 Dog-Friendly Fruits and Vegetables

    It’s perfectly natural to want to throw a treat or two your dog’s way every so often, but did you know that there are also plenty of perfectly natural treats to choose from? Read on to learn about some of the fruits and vegetables that can make great additions to your dog’s diet.

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