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    How to Help Dogs Avoid Boredom When You're at Work

    Ever feel guilty about leaving your dog home alone when you go off to work? These tips will keep your prized pup happy and entertained while you bring home the Beggin’ Strips.

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    Dog Television: Pros and Cons

    Let’s face it: as a dog owner, sometimes it can be difficult to do the things you need to when there’s an energetic dog running around the house. But did you know there are videos and even TV channels dedicated to keeping dogs occupied and out of trouble? This week, Devin decided to try out a few of those options with his rambunctious dogs.

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    Is Your Dog’s Food Safe? Euthanasia Drug Recently Discovered in Dog Food Prompts Recall from Major Brands

    A Washington woman’s New Year’s Eve turned to tragedy when four of her dogs became gravely ill after consuming a can of Evanger’s wet dog food. Last Friday, the FDA warned pet owners that dog food from a number of popular brands had become contaminated with a drug commonly used in the euthanization of dogs, cats, and horses.

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    How Pets Find Their Way Home with Microchips

    While we would like to think that our dogs would never run off and get lost, the reality is that hundreds of dogs leave their loving homes every day, and some won’t make it back. Thankfully, microchipping has come a long way in the last few decades, and now lost dogs are being reunited with their owners more than ever before thanks to this life-saving technology.

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    How to Spoil Yourself and Your Pupper This Christmas

    Christmas is almost here. Your dog may have made it onto the Nice List, but you shouldn’t wait around for the big guy in the red suit to swoop in with the presents. Instead, read on for some stellar gift ideas that your dog will surely love.

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