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    Dogs in Books

    It’s summertime! The sun is shining, family vacations await, and you can finally catch up on your reading list that has undoubtedly been piling up. In this blog, we have compiled a great list of ten books with furry main characters that you won’t want to miss. And we promise: none of the dogs die in these picks!

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    Famous Police Dogs

    Whether it’s detecting explosives, chasing down a fleeing criminal, or assisting in a drug bust, K9 officers offer superhero powers to police forces across the nation. In today’s episode of Talkin’ Dogs, we talk about some of the most famous and heroic K9 officers.

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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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    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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    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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