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Do Dogs Understand Us?

Posted on by Monet Moore

Do Dogs Understand Us?

My grandmother would always swear to me that her dog Cooper could understand every word she said. Cooper could tell when my grandmother was upset, happy, or frustrated and would “respond” appropriately when my grandmother talked to him. We’ve often wondered whether animals could understand us, but I feel like dogs have been a particular subject of wonder. Since we hold them in high regard as companions, it makes sense to have the desire for them to understand us the way a human companion would.  So, do dogs understand us? Yes, but not in the way you think.  There are...

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Top 5 Most Popular Dog Breeds of 2019

Posted on by Monet Moore

Top 5 Most Popular Dog Breeds of 2019

When it comes to choosing your new best friend, there are over 360 officially recognized dog breeds worldwide. How do you decide which is best for you? Well, a good place to look is the top 5 most popular dog breeds of 2019. Labrador Retriever Overview: Labrador Retrievers are incredibly popular dogs due to their friendly and outgoing temperament. Depending on the gender, they can get up to 80 lbs and have a life expectancy of 10-12 years. They are very active, affectionate dogs and come in three colors: black, chocolate, and yellow.  History: Originating in Newfoundland in the 1800s,...

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Tips for Keeping Your Dog Cool All Summer

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Tips for Keeping Your Dog Cool All Summer

The official summer months may be coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean that the heat has let up. So what’s the best way to keep your dog cool during the summer? Keep reading to find out! 1. Wet towel or cooling pad With the ground soaking up the sun’s rays, there aren’t very many cool places outside for your dog to lie down. That’s where a cooling pad or wet towel comes in. There are many cooling pads on the market that will take the body heat from your dog and disperse it, cooling them down. However, laying...

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5 Signs Your Dog May Have Joint Pain

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5 Signs Your Dog May Have Joint Pain

Joint pain is one of the most common ailments that dogs face. Studies show that 20% of all dogs will at some point be treated for arthritis. Though any dog can suffer from this chronic pain, large breed dogs are the most susceptible. So let’s go over some signs your dog may present and how to relieve and prevent pain.  Signs Irritability - As the pain in the joint develops, your dog will start to get more irritable as he or she deals with the pain. Don’t be surprised if you dog has a reluctance to be touched on the sore...

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Can My Dog Eat My Food?

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Can My Dog Eat My Food?

We share everything with our furry friends. We want to give them the best, so it makes sense that we would look to share our food. But do you know what foods are safe for your precious pups? Keep reading to learn about what your pooch can eat, and what they can’t.  Can: Apples Sliced apples are a great snack for your dog. They are full of vitamins and nutrients, as well as fiber, which is essential to a healthy digestive system. Just be sure your dog doesn’t eat the seeds. They contain cyanide, which is poisonous to both humans...

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