These Twin Cities Hotspots Allow Dogs Indoors

Photo: KME Photography By now many Twin Citizens know that dog-friendly patios abound in the metro. But when the weather takes a turn for the worse (and let’s face it: Minnesota has a year-round way of keeping us on our toes), we still want to keep those puppers socialized and stimulated. What’s a human-hound duo to do when […]

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12 Pit Bulls to Follow on Instagram

Pit bulls are really ridiculously good looking, and they know it. And lucky for all of us, someone gave these pups Instagram accounts (thank dog). In no paw-ticular order, here are 12 pit bulls to follow on Instagram — they’ll brighten your day and fill your feed with d’aww. 1. Part unicorn, part pibble, Milo’s […]

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Alert: Rabies Found in Minnesota

Photo by Andreas Vendelbo The Minnesota Board of Animal Health reports that a puppy in Pennington County (northwestern Minnesota) has tested positive for rabies, and vets have deemed a skunk bite it suffered in July to be the culprit. Sadly, the 16-week-old puppy had to be euthanized after it became unable to stand following weeks […]

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Good Dog’s Guide: Know Your Pup’s Body Language

Editor’s note: We’re beyond paw-roud to offer this post as part of our partnership with Animal Humane Society (AHS). You may know ’em for their outstanding adoption offerings, but we’ve been blown away as we’ve learned about the additional services they offer to our community. You love to take your four-legged BFF with you wherever […]

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Fall Bucket List For Minnesotans and Their Dogs

Photo: @thatgoldendog Fall, furbulous fall. The sights, sounds, and scents make this season a stand-out for doggies and their two-legged assistants alike. And this is especially true in Minnesota, where summers can be too steamy for some and winters too frigid for others. (Again, talking both canines and humans here.) Autumn temps set the tone […]

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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 and closing of doors, scary masks, constant doorbell ringing, […]

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