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This Mistake Could Put Your Dog’s Health at Risk on Thanksgiving Video included

Thanksgiving is a day filled with comfort foods for humans—creamy potatoes, silky gravy, and oh-so-carby stuffing. It’s tempting to treat your favorite companion animals, too. Once you catch a glimpse of those adorable,... More>>

These 13 Human Foods Are Toxic for Your Dog Video included

Letting Buddy lick off the last bits of gravy from your dinner plate might feel generous and loving, but not everything on your plate is kosher for your dog. Some of your favorite (and healthiest) foods can actually be... More>>

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  • Rabies on the rise

    Rabies on the rise

    How should owners protect themselves and their dogs from the disease?

    How should owners protect themselves and their dogs from the disease?

  • DNA testing your dog

    DNA testing your dog

    With approximately 50 percent of the U.S. dog population composed of mixed breeds, it's a question many dog lovers hear. In the past, guesses at the breed mix were based on appearance and temperament, but now DNA testing can unlock the mystery of a dog's genetic heritage.

    With approximately 50 percent of the U.S. dog population composed of mixed breeds, it's a question many dog lovers hear. In the past, guesses at the breed mix were based on appearance and temperament, but now DNA testing can unlock the mystery of a dog's genetic heritage.

  • Back-to-school shopping for your dog

    Back-to-school shopping for your dog

    While parents spend about $600 a year per child in back-to-school purchases, pet parents will find it far less expensive to outfit their pooch for training classes or doggie day care. But as with any kind of shopping, it pays to research and compare before making your purchasing decisions.

    While parents spend about $600 a year per child in back-to-school purchases, pet parents will find it far less expensive to outfit their pooch for training classes or doggie day care. But as with any kind of shopping, it pays to research and compare before making your purchasing decisions.

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  • Choosing the Right Dog

    Man's best friends come in all shapes, sizes, and, of course, personalities. The key in finding the right dog for you and your family is simply knowing what to look for.
  • Vets Join Campaign to Prevent Dog Bites

    Vets Join Campaign to Prevent Dog Bites

    With children the most frequent victims of dog bites and dog bites accounting for 5 percent of emergency room victims, a national veterinary organization is offering tips for protecting yourself and your family.
  • Choosing a Groomer

    Choosing a Groomer

    Imagine how you would look and feel if you never bathed, brushed your hair, or trimmed your nails. To be healthy and happy, your companion animal needs basic grooming, too.
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