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15 Reasons Fur Babies are Better Than Human Babies

If you have been with your S.O. for a couple of years,you’re no doubt getting asked these questions: When are you getting married? Why is it taking so long? Don’t you want kids? Why don’t you want kids? Why won’t you give me grandchildren? Maybe you’ve heard a few of these choice phrases too: You won’t be young forever. They won’t buy the cow if they’re getting themilk for free. You’re not really an adult until you have a kidof your own. Why are family members so obsessed with couples popping outa few kids? They had children, why are you[...]

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How To Name Your Dog INFOGRAPHIC

You’regoing to be the proud new pet parent of a pup, CONGRATS! After getting theirbedding, food stuffs, toys and vet appointments all in order, you’re now leftwith one of the more exciting (and challenging) tasks: naming your furry familymember. You want to make sure you get it right, but after a couple of days withyour pooch, you still haven’t settled on any one name. No sweat! From answeringthese 10 questions, you’ll find a list of names to play with! What is Your FavoriteColor? Blue Green Yellow Orange Red Blue: (B) Cecil (G) Bardot Green: (B) Floyd (G) Layla Yellow: (B)[...]

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I’m an Individual! Dog Collars for the Social Butterfly

My Morning RoutineAs surprising as this may be, my human wakes up before I do.Before I was allowed up on the big dog bed, I would sidle my way into her crateand nose her leg with my snout—I had to GO OUT, if you know what I mean. Butonce she allowed me up there with her, and I was able to burrow under what thehuman calls “blankets,” waiting to use the green potty wasn’t so ruff. It takes her a little bit of time to coax me out of bed;it’s a den of warmth and delight. Being short-haired, I’m almost[...]

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What’s in a Name? 50 Names to Set Your Pooch Apart

Think of all the people you know. Unless they legally soughta name change, no one has had the opportunity to name themselves. The name-givingtask is left to our guardians, and not everyone is lucky in the selection. When it comes right down to it, it’s really no different forour dogs. They don’t get a say in what they’re named, and it’s unfortunate,especially when a name can mean so much. Think of it this way: does it reallyseem like a great idea to name a pit bull Brutus when there is already anegative (and incorrect) stereotype about the breed? We make[...]

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