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    How Dogs Can Help Cure Loneliness

    We all feel lonely sometimes. It's just a fact of life. But those moments of loneliness can serve a purpose, reminding us of how precious time with our friends and loved ones truly is. Those moments when we are alone can help us appreciate the time we spend with others even more. But what if the loneliness wasn't inevitable, but a relatively brief moment in a life otherwise filled with love and companionship?

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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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    Can Dogs Eat Eggs?

    You already know your dog can eat carrots, peanuts, and popcorn and that you should undoubtedly avoid feeding him chocolate. But what if your pooch is begging for breakfast, eyeing those eggs on your plate? You only want the best for your furry friend, so do you give in and toss him a bit of egg white or stand your ground? Here's what you need to know before making the decision.

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    Should You Make Your Own Dog Food?

    You may have spent the last few months or years going to the pet store to get food for your dog. After all, there are plenty of options to choose from, but are they right for your pet? Other people make dog food at home. Learning how to do the same could improve your furry best friend's health and happiness.
    Read on to discover if you should make your own dog food and what pros and cons it includes. Depending on your pet's lifestyle and nutrition needs, you can decide how to give them their next meal.

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    Dogs & Divorce: Tips For A Smoother Transition

    Divorce is never easy, and it can stress out all of your family members, even down to your dogs. While the transition period after a divorce can be chaotic and uncertain, it’s up to you to make sure that your entire family, including your beloved pup, feel supported and safe. And though your dog might not understand quite what’s going on, there are many ways you can help him with this transition.

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