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Encouraging An Active Lifestyle For Your Dog

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Encouraging An Active Lifestyle For Your Dog

Daily exercise has always been an essential part of keeping a healthy lifestyle. Besides helping you maintain body fat percentage and keeping a good physique, it improves balance and coordination, builds muscles and balances out abnormal mood swings. It also prevents and manages risks of severe conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, and diabetes. Exercising for as little as 30 minutes on most days of the week can have a significant impact on improving your overall health.  Guess what? The same rule applies to your dog too! Most people make the mistake of assuming that only active dog...

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The Six Smartest Dog Breeds and Why it Matters

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The Six Smartest Dog Breeds and Why it Matters

It’s tough to measure the intelligence of a dog. Some breeds can herd sheep better than humans, whilst others have a knack for problem-solving. Some can sense how you’re feeling, and others learn commands almost instinctively after a few rounds of training. It’s really important to know what defines a smart dog.  This may come as a shock to you, but most people generally do not want an intelligent dog. It’s rather strange, but as it turns out, smarter dogs are generally harder to train. Intelligent dogs require more stimulation than regular dogs. They learn quickly and in turn, get...

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Why Dogs are Great for the Elderly

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Why Dogs are Great for the Elderly

When older people begin moving into the next phase of their lives, many can find the transition to be exceptionally taxing and lonesome. Without the regularity of consistent work, the hours in the day can become a drag. Whilst some enjoy the freedom of retirement, others might struggle with the lack of structure in their day to day life.  For those who struggle with retiring, they can be more vulnerable to physical and mental illnesses. Pets can make a big difference in having a better retirement experience. Dogs, in particular, provide constant companionship which encourages both physical and mental health...

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Going to the Dog Park? Tips for a Great Time

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Going to the Dog Park? Tips for a Great Time

Your dog scurries towards you in excitement to the sound of jingling keys as you pick up your house keys - they know it’s time for the park! Going to dog parks can be a great, fun and rewarding experience for your dog to interact with others, but it can also quickly turn sour. Here are some tips to ensure you have a great and successful time at the dog park!  Train Your Dog Well  When taking your dog to the park, it’s essential that they’ve gone through obedience training and can respond well to basic commands such as “sit”...

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Gog Gear Tips: Teaching Your Puppers The Right Way

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Gog Gear Tips: Teaching Your Puppers The Right Way

From the coastlines of Europe to remote Kodiak Island, Alaska, here are five of our favorite stories to help you explore the world

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