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    How to Ensure Dogs and Their Owners Stay Happy and Healthy While Working or Studying at Home

    To say we’re living in uncertain times would be an understatement. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are looking for comfort and companionship to combat fear and isolation, especially for those who are working or studying all day from home. So, it’s no surprise that pet adoption rates have skyrocketed throughout the pandemic.

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    5 Steps to Reducing Your Dog’s Waste

    Dogs bring light, love, and joy to the world and many people’s homes. In the United States, 38.4% of households own at least one dog. This translates to millions of families, with all those pets creating massive amounts of waste each year. While your furry friend means well, their lifestyle may be hurting the environment.

    Luckily, there are steps you can take as a pet owner to reduce your dog’s waste. Here are five to set you and your pup on the right path.

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    Common Dog Fears (And How to Help Them)

    Fear is a natural, instinctual response that helps every species survive. This reaction to a perceived threat is essential but excessive fear could be just as harmful. Since we can't explain things to dogs, certain noises, actions, or places may trigger a fear response. But how do we help our beloved pets cope or even conquer their fears?

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    Deciphering Dog Food Labels: What's In Dog Food

    Figuring out what brand and type of dog food are best for your beloved pup can be a little intimidating. With hundreds of options, picking "the right" one may seem overwhelming. Add in the technical jargon put on labels, and you've got a recipe for confusion. Let's take a look at what goes into dog food labels.

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    Where We Stand Now: Covid-19 and Pets

    Since our last post, new information has been released, and further studies have been conducted. A very small amount of dogs have been confirmed to be infected with the virus. A German Shepherd in New York was the first confirmed case, announced on June 2nd, of an infected dog in the United States. Find out more about this virus and our pets.

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