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Archive for November 2013

Celebrate Thanksgiving the Dog-Friendly Way

It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is tomorrow! Soon, your home will be filled with family and friends, and more food than you know what to do with. For many, their dogs are an extension of their human family, and because of all of the delicious smells and interesting holiday foods, dogs become more curious…

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Griz Sets Extreme Vertical World Record

Looks like Griz is following in his Dad Baxter’s footsteps! Just this past weekend Griz and his trainer Tony Lampert pulled off the impossible with a 8 foot 10 inch jump to set the new Dog Extreme Vertical World Record! It goes without saying that we are very proud of Griz and are looking forward…

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The Best Methods to Stop a Chewing Habit

Many people believe that canine chewing is isolated only to puppies, but many older dogs also adore using their mouths as tools. Sometimes, the subject of their chewing might not be what you intended, and despite buying them every indestructible item in the dog toy aisle, they still gravitate toward something you love, like your…

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Tips for Boarding Your Dog Over the Holidays

It’s hard to believe that the holidays are upon us. Halloween is a thing of the past, and in a few short weeks, it will be time to put out the turkey and all the trimmings. If your holiday plans involve travel and your four-legged friend can’t make the voyage, chances are you will be…

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