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    How to Take Care of Your Dog When You’re at Work All Day

    Let’s face it: kibble and toys won’t pay for themselves. But there are things you can do to make your dog’s experience better while you’re off at work. Here are six tips to make your dog’s day a little brighter while you’re away.

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    The Importance of Pest Control for Your Dog

    Keeping your dog free of pests may not be something you think about often, but if a few fleas or ticks decide to hitch a ride into your house, you’ll never forget it. Read on to learn how you can keep your dog and your home protected against pests.

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    A Happy Excuse for a Holiday Stroll with Your Dog

    When the cold weather sets in, it can become easy to neglect your typical exercise activities. But, if you’re a dog owner, you have a responsibility to keep your pet healthy and moving, even when it gets nippy. This article will give you some great ideas for dog-friendly outdoor fun this holiday season.

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    4 Important Considerations for Single-Person Households before Getting a Dog

    If you’re a single person, it can make a lot of sense to bring a dog into your home. The added love, companionship, and possible protection that a dog can bring can indeed be life changing. But, if you plan to keep a dog while living on your own, there are special considerations you will need to make to ensure that it works out. Here are four important considerations single people should make before getting a dog.

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    How to Take a Road Trip with an Aggressive Dog

    Does your dog have issues with aggressive behavior? Does she become anxious or scared around strangers and other dogs? If the answer to both of these questions is yes, then you know what a challenge it can be to take your dog somewhere when the need arises. Here are a few to tips to help you take a road trip with a dog prone to aggressive behavior.

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