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Are Vitamin Supplements Important for Your Dog?

Today, almost everyone knows that it is important for people to take vitamin supplements, but not everyone knows that it is also just as important for their dogs. In the same way that vitamin supplements benefit people that take them, they also provide numerous benefits to the overall health of dogs. This is especially true […]

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Hero Dog Awards 2013

Hero Dog Awards 2013

UPDATE: The 2013 Hero Dog Award Winner is Elle, a 5-year-old pit bull! See details on Elle and the other finalists here. The American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards™ were created in 2010 to celebrate the remarkable bond between dogs and people. This annual national competition searches out and recognizes America’s Hero Dogs in our […]

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Should I Date a Dog Owner?

The Internet is certainly a marketplace of ideas. Lots of people and lots of opinions. We are all used to that, but I was still particularly intrigued by the following two posts I came across today, each presenting a different viewpoint on the question of whether one should date a dog owner or not.   […]

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Dog Poisoning – What Every Dog Owner Must Know

Every day we read about accidental dog poisonings that could have been easily avoided. Dogs are naturally curious and enjoy exploring. Responsible dog ownership means keeping our dogs safe. We need to be vigilant and prevent our dogs from coming into contact with poisonous chemicals, contaminated food, and toxic plants. Even household cleaning products such […]

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Los Angeles Dodgers – Bark in the Park

Here is a great outdoor event that you don’t want to miss – spend a special afternoon and evening together with your dog cheering on the Los Angeles Dodgers! On Saturday, May 11, 2013, the Dodgers will hold another Natural Balance Bark in the Park at Dodger Stadium (1000 Elysium Park Avenue in Los Angeles, […]

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From Investment Banker to Dog Club Owner

I recently came across an article on that might be of interest to many of you. The owner and founder of Santa Monica’s Fit Dog Sports Club comes with a work resume that you might not have expected… Andrea Servadio was a successful investment banker in New York City for almost 10 years. Then […]

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America's Favorite Veterinarian 2013

Vote For America’s Favorite Veterinarian

Do you have a story about a special veterinarian who made a significant impact on your life, on the life of your pet, or on the life of some other animal? We want these veterinarians to get the recognition they deserve – nominate them today for the title of “America’s Favorite Veterinarian” in the contest […]

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How to Involve Children in Puppy Training

In a previous blog post we discussed how to have all children assume some responsibility for the new puppy. In this post we discuss the next step in the relationship – how to involve children in the puppy training experience. As soon as your new puppy arrives at your home for the very first time, […]

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Super Smiley Flash Mob In Action

Megan Blake & Super Smiley Flash Mob 4 Pet Adoption at 2nd Chance Pet Adoption & St Patty Parade

UPDATED:  The post has been updated with pictures taken at the Los Angeles pet event “A Second Chance” Pet Adoption and St. Patty’s Pet Pageant / Pet Fair, presented by The Pet Post and Pet Sit Pros. The star of the event was Megan Blake, The Pet Lifestyle Coach(TM) from “Animal Attractions TV” and Pet Life Radio […]

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More Companies Allow Pets at Work

Update: For a more successful experience, follow the Top Tips for Pets at Work. There has been a lot of heated discussion on the web this past week, following Yahoo’s announcement that it will no longer be allowing employees to work from home. Other big companies, such as Best Buy, are following suite as well. […]

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