Trending: Millennials and Their Furry Babies (Pets)

Trending: Millennials and Their Furry Babies (Pets)

With Millennials there are a lot of firsts… Millennials are the first generation to have their childhood and coming of age in the midst of the digital revolution and Millennials are also the first generation more likely to see pets as more human than animal. 

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How to Choose the Right Breed of Dog For Your Family

How to Choose the Right Breed of Dog For Your Family

Regardless of whether you adopt from a shelter or buy from a dog breeder, your journey should start with identifying the breed of dog that’s right for you. Maybe you find yourself asking, Why is that such a big deal? Again, good question, let’s explore the answer. 

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5 How-To's for Grooming Your Dog at Home

5 How-To's for Grooming Your Dog at Home

Part of caring for your pup is keeping up on their grooming. You groom because you love your dog and want to him to be healthy (and because, let’s be honest, nothing is worse than a stinky dog with foul-smelling breath)

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Top Pet Names of 2018

Top Pet Names of 2018

Deciding to get a pet is a big deal. It’s a life-altering decision in that you’re essentially expanding your family. And since your pet is part of your family, you really want to make sure that you spend the time finding the perfect name for your furry friend. Although it takes some serious time and forethought to make sure you have the right fit of name, it should also be a fun and lighthearted process.

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Top 5 Recommendations For Your Canine Playtime

Top 5 Recommendations For Your Canine Playtime

Whether your canine is play-crazed, lackadaisical, or easily distractible, you can find the right playtime activities for your pooch. It might take some experimentation, so don’t be afraid of trial and error....

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Relief For The Top 3 Skin Issues That Trouble Your Dog - Part 3: A Dull Coat

Relief For The Top 3 Skin Issues That Trouble Your Dog - Part 3: A Dull Coat

You might start to notice that your dog’s coat is dull, dry, rough, and lifeless instead of vibrant, moisturized, soft, and shiny. A dull coat is the sign that something is off-balance. 

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