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    Planes, Bikes, and Automobiles: Safe Travel with Your Pup

    If you plan to travel with your pup, make sure you’re both properly prepared for the journey. Find out how you can make trips with your dog safer in a car, on a plane, and even on a motorcycle.

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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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    Stinging Creatures and Your Dog: What to Do If Your Dog Is Stung

    It’s not uncommon for dogs to explore the outdoors, but sometimes they may run into other animals that can pose a serious risk to their health. Read on for helpful tips if your dog gets stung by an insect, spider, scorpion, or jellyfish.

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    How and Why You Should Travel with Your Dog

    Taking a trip with your dog can be a great chance for the two of you to bond and relax, but there are a few things you should consider before packing your bags. Find out why traveling with your dog can be beneficial to the both of you, and learn some tips for how to go about it.

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