• Getting Your Dog Ready For Halloween

    Getting Your Dog Ready for Halloween

    The leaves are on the ground, jack-o-lanterns line porches and steps, and the ghost and ghouls come out to play. For many, Halloween is an age-old time of tradition that’s fun for the family. This is a perfect time of year to stop and consider Halloween from the dog’s point of view. For many a canine companion, Halloween simply means lots of new friendly meet-and-greets, new and exciting sights, the sound of fun and excitement in the air, and interesting new scents to smell.

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  • How To Safely And Responsibly Enjoy The Great Outdoors With Your Dog CKC 2

    How to Safely and Responsibly Enjoy the Great Outdoors With Your Dog

    Dogs and nature go hand-in-hand. If you’re a canine owner, we probably don’t need to tell you that. Just ask your dog if they want to go “out” and wait for their tail to start wagging! The best part?

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  • Your Guide To Keeping Your Pets Healthy In 2022 1

    Your Guide to Keeping Your Pets Healthy in 2022

    As 2022 progresses, we have all heard and made our fair share of New Year's Resolutions to eat better and exercise more. But these fitness routines shouldn't just be for the benefit of the human members of our families. They should also be extended to our beloved pets.

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  • Dogs And The Olympics Disc

    Dogs and the Olympics

    We love the Olympics! Whether we are athletes ourselves or just appreciate cheering on our teams and seeing the amazing feats they can do - it’s a great worldwide event. There are different times and seasons for certain sporting events for people, but did you know that dogs have something similar to the Olympics to show off their great skills? Yes, there are dog sporting events! So what kind of competitions do dogs have? We have a list of six different events dogs train and participate in!

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  • CKC Including Your Dog In Your Hobbies And Interests 4

    Including Your Dog in Your Hobbies and Interests

    Many pet owners consider their four-legged friends to be important members of the family. As a result, it’s normal to want to include your dog in your hobbies and interests.

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