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    Four Easy Ways to Tire Out a Dog Indoors: How to Burn Your Dog's Energy

    Having a high-energy dog can be quite the ordeal! Not just working breeds need a lot of time and effort to keep calm and happy! Both physical and mental stimulation is important for keeping all dogs happy, but this is especially true of small working, high energy dogs like the Mini Australian Shepherd.

    In an attempt to help you keep your dog calm, we have hand-picked four of our favorite activities for you to do with your dog. These activities are not only useful for working breeds, but for any dog who is on restricted exercise or for young puppies who cannot go out yet!

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    3 Pet Safety Tips when Hosting a Party at Home

    Pet parents who love to entertain at home often find themselves facing a unique set of challenges every time they decide to throw a party. That’s because there are inherent risks involved whenever guests and fur babies gather under the same roof. Even well-trained and highly socialized animals can still feel overwhelmed when their spaces are taken over by strangers.

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    3 Reasons Why It's Necessary to Walk Your Dog

    Having a dog is a privilege that comes with a lot of responsibilities. As a dog owner, it’s natural to look for ways to improve his physical and mental health. And one of these ways is taking daily walks. Taking a daily walk will not only help in building a stronger bond but also learning new things about your dog. Plus, it’s good for your health, and you’ll also get the chance to enjoy spending time out of your house. While taking your dog for a walk allows you to have lots of fun, there are several other benefits too.

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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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    10 Tips for Taking Your Dog Boating

    Dogs want to go everywhere with their human companions, so why not bring your dog out on your next boating trip? They'll love the wind in their fur and the excuse to go swimming, but there are a few things every dog owner should know before cranking the engine.

    Check out these ten tips for taking your dog boating so you can have fun on the waves.

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