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Best Books for Dog Lovers

 

We fetched up a whole pack of the best books for dog lovers. From training guides to luxe coffee table tomes, what you’ll find here will bring comfort and joy. And maybe even hugs and belly rubs just for YOU, you savvy gift-giver. Best Dog Training Books The Other End of the LeashPatricia McConnell, 2003Price: Hardcover, $20.00, […]

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Fun Ways to Keep Your Dog Cool

 

Panting. Shedding. Whining. And that’s just you. In this hot, hot heat, your dog is also likely not too happy about being cooped up in the AC. Where to go? What to do? Field Trip! Here are a few of our favorite ways to get out of the house and keep your dog cool (temperature-wise; […]

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Good Dog’s Guide to Enjoying Dog-Friendly Events

 

Getting ready for some upcoming dog-friendly events? Guest blogger Sarah Smith, CPT and owner of Paws N Motion, helps you and your dog navigate the social scene with these wise insights. There’s no shortage of dog-friendly events to participate in with your dog! Exposing your dog to people, other dogs, and novel experiences is not […]

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Holiday Safety Series: Christmas

 

Photo: @thatgoldendog The big day is almost here, which means it’s the perfect time to think about putting your pooch first. Per usual, Sidewalk Dog is one snowy paw print ahead of you with our top safety recommendations for keepin’ your little party pup happy and healthy. Read on. CHRISTMAS DOG SAFETY Decorate Deliberately When […]

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Holiday Safety Series: Halloween

 

Photo: @thatgoldendog For us bipeds, Halloween can be tons of fun. But the holiday’s signature creepy costumes, tempting treats, and delightful decorations can be downright terrifying for your pup. That’s why we’ve pulled together our top tips for keeping your furry friend happy, safe, and stress-free on the scariest of nights (trust us, Fido will […]

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Find a Lost Dog? Do These 6 Things Stat

 

As much as we don’t want anyone to lose his or her dog, sometimes it happens. Despite our best intentions and our years of dog-owning experience, sometimes our dogs get loose, especially around holidays like the 4th of July (thank you, fireworks) and Halloween (frequent opening of doors, scary masks, constant doorbell ringing, etc.). A […]

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Moving with a Dog? Here’s How to Ease Their Stress

 

Photo: Mysaell Armendariz This guide is brought to you by one of the dog-lovingest realtors ever, Susan Bonne of Keller Williams (email or call 612.202.9133). Whether you’re a first-time buyer or simply looking for a change, Susan will work with Terrier-like focus to find the home that you and your four-legged BFF have been dreaming of.  You searched for weeks […]

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