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    Tips for Helping Your Baby & Dog Coexist at Home

    There’s nothing quite like coming home with a newborn baby cradled in your arms for the first time. But, even though you now have the responsibility of raising and caring for a child, it doesn’t mean your duty to care for your dog has diminished in any way. Read on for tips to keep both your dog and your newborn happy when your family grows.

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    5 Ways to Boost Your Dog's Energy in Old Age

    As a dog owner, it can be tough to see a once-frisky pup begin to slow down with age. But, just because your dog has a bit more salt than pepper in his coat now, it doesn’t mean he’s lost his love of play. Read on for ideas to put a little extra pep in your senior dog’s step.

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    8 Ways to Ditch Your Dog’s Digging Habits for Good

    Have you ever come home to the very unpleasant surprise of holes in your backyard? Digging can be a tough behavior to curb in dogs, but it’s not impossible. Read on to learn how you can discourage your dog from digging up your yard.

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    How to Calm a Dog and Trim His Nails

    Trimming your dog's nails is a necessary part of standard care. Of course, even though he needs his nails trimmed, it doesn't mean he wants them trimmed. Read on for some tips to help you keep your dog's nails looking good without all the fuss.

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    What to Do If Your Dog Drinks Coffee

    Coffee can be a great way to wake up in the morning, but it can also be harmful to your dog. If your canine companion comes across a cup of coffee while you’re not paying attention, there’s a chance that curiosity may get the better of her. Read on to learn what to do in such a situation, and find out what you can do to prevent it.

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