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Tips For Walking Your Dog In Blue Hills

Nеаrbу, 15 minutеѕ tо thе ѕоuth оf Boston, iѕ the dоg-friеndlу Bluе Hills Rеѕеrvаtiоn. The firѕt settlers came tо this аrеа 10,000 уеаrѕ аgо аnd саllеd themselves “Mаѕѕасhuѕеtt,” mеаning “people of thе hillѕ.” Whеn European еxрlоrеrѕ ѕеt sight оn thе fоrеѕtеd ѕlореѕ...

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Fun Games To Play At The Dog Park

Spring is the best time of the year to get out and about with your dog! No matter what part of the country you’re in, spring is the time we all just want to soak in the sunshine with our dogs. It’s not too hot and not too cold. If you’re sick of the same old games you...

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Fun Ways To Celebrate Mother’s Day With The Dog

Mother’s Day is all about spending the day with Mom. You should really think about centering the day around one of the best things in her life, (besides you, of course) and that is, with out a doubt, her dog! If the Mom in your life is also “Mom” to man’s best friend,...

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5 Ways To Stop The Dog From Shedding In The Spring

I’m going to be honest. The truth is you can’t keep your dog from shedding. Shedding is a natural body process for dogs just like sweating is for humans. But, there are a couple ways you make Allergy Season a little easier on both you and your pup. Dogs need to lose...

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Fun Ways To Celebrate Easter With Your Dog

With Easter soon approaching, you may be wondering what you can do to celebrate and include your dog in the festivities. While we need to be cautious with our canines around the sweet treats, plastic eggs and plastic grass, there are still plenty of ways to include...

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Is It Safe For My Dog To Eat Grass?

Dogs are no-doubt adventurous creatures. Think about the last time you took your dog on a walk – did they stop and sniff almost everything in sight? I bet they did! But what happens when dogs start to EAT some of their outdoor findings – namely grass? Today we’re...

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Is It Possible For My Dog To Have Allergies?

Spring time is almost here! And that means the outdoors will start to come alive again with blossoming flowers and trees and pollen circulating in the air. Unfortunately, with all of the beautiful foliage comes allergies – yuck! Sneezing, coughing and watery eyes are...

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6 Ways To Prepare Your Home For A Pet Sitter:

You’ve hired a pet sitter, your bags are packed and you’re ready to run off on your vacation. Sounds good, right? Not so fast! Have you prepared your home and pet for the pet sitter, yet? Leaving your home and pet in the care of the pet sitter does take a little prep...

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When Is It Too Cold For Your Dog?

January may not be the friendliest of months weather-wise, but I guarantee that’s not going to stop your pup from wanting to hit the pavement. Dogs love their exercise and a lot of the time they’re willing to walk, even in harsh conditions. It’s our job, as pet...

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3 Fun Dog Games To Play Indoors

The Winter, snowy season can be lots of fun for both you and your dog. Although sometimes it just gets too cold to go outside and play so we have jotted down a bunch of fun dog games to play inside, when it is too cold to go outside. Hide-N-Go-Seek Dogs love to bury...

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Fun Ways to Exercise With Your Dog In Cold Weather

Just like humans, dogs need lots of exercise to live a healthy and happy life. In fact, owning a dog is a great way to motivate yourself to go out and get some exercise. Even when the temps are freezing there are still ways to exercise with your dog in cold weather...

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