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Introducing the Newest Line of Pet ID Tags

HDC Stainless Steel Pet ID Designs

As a dog owner, you want to see your pet healthy, happy and safe. Your pup is part of the family, after all. But did you realize one of the best things you can do for your dog is also one of the easiest? Dog ID tags are simple forms of doggy identification. If Spot, for whatever reason, gets lost in a nearby neighborhood, a kind stranger could peek at his collar for your phone number. This is more important than you might think. According to Dr. Emily Weiss, vice president of shelter research and development for the American Society[...]

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5 Pet Products Worth Their Weight in Gold

Baby Chihuahua Wearing Doggles, Sitting Under the Sunlight

Dog ownership is about more than having the prerequisite food and water bowls, leash and collar. Dog ownership requires that you take care of and love your dog through thick and thin. This is old news for the experienced dog owner, but for the new or soon-to-be puppy parents reading, the better prepared you are for #doglife, the happier you and your pup will be. Here are five pet products that’ll make dog ownership every bit as fun and wonderful as you have imagined it to be. Bully Sticks When you get home from work and settle in for the[...]

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5 Ways to Customize Your Space for Your New Fur Child

Dog hugging his favorite stuffed friend, napping on his little brown bed with his head and body out of it

Expectant parents spend hours ‘baby proofing’ their home to protect their little ones from making a mess or getting into potentially hazardous situations. But have you ever considered this same kind of preparation for your new dog? New pet parents (or ‘pawrents’) often need to puppy proof their homes by hiding electrical cords, closing off stairwells and purchasing sturdy garbage cans. Of course, it’s not just about safety. Customizing your home for your new fur child is also about comfort and fun. Below are a few tips and items than can help turn your house into a home for your[...]

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The bond shared between human and dog is an ancient one. Inan interview with CBC Radio Active, anthropologist Rob Losey explained that “[Humans] sharethe same kind of basic biological response to each other. It’s not only a onedirectional kind of thing. I think that’s what makes the relationship we havewith our dogs so special. That capacity arose in dogs and people a long time ago.It’s not something that arose in the last few centuries. It’s very, veryancient.” Dogs have been our four-legged companions for thousands ofyears. Time and time again they have proven their love, loyalty and devotion tous. It[...]

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