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What Dog Makes the Best Therapy Dog?


Therapy dogs have become a popular and effective way for people with a variety of challenges
to live happy and fulfilling lives. The great thing about therapy dogs is that, unlike service dogs,
there is a much wider variety of breed that can do the job. While service dogs usually assist
people with physical ailments and must be of a certain size and breed, therapy dogs help
people with emotional challenges. For that reason, their main strength is their sensitivity and
let’s be honest, that’s something all dogs have in spades, regardless of breed.

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How to Pick the Right Name for Your New Best Friend


Dogs are more than just pets to most people; they are treasured members of the family. As
much as we’ve written about important things like choosing the right food, picking the right
breed, and training your dog, there’s one aspect of getting a furry member of the family that is
the most personal: picking a name. This is something that most pet owners take seriously
already, and there are a lot of important things to take into consideration. Choosing a name can
be a fun exercise for you and your family. But, like everything else dog-related, there are some
common do’s and don’ts.

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Your Dog at Work: Do’s and Don’ts


Society has changed a lot in the last several years when it comes to how they look at dogs in the
workplace. People today are more aware than ever before of service and therapy dogs and the
important role they play in many people’s lives. But it’s not just attitudes towards working dogs
that has changed; dogs of every stripe are becoming more accepted in places that in the past
would have been unimaginable. One of the best outcomes of this shift in attitude is at the
workplace. Not just in stereotypically forward-thinking urban centers, but also in more
traditional locales, dogs are being accepted at work with their owners. There are many great
reasons to bring your dog to work but, like anything involving a pet, there’s a lot you need to
know about how to it safely and responsibly.

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Dogs and Dental Care


We have written a lot of blogs about how to keep your dog healthy and happy but there’s one
area that is often overlooked by well-meaning owners: dental health. It’s not hard to
understand why so many dogs suffer with dental problems. Cleaning their teeth isn’t easy,
many people don’t seem to think it’s something dogs need as much as people, and a dog’s
mouth, even one you know, can be a scary place to go poking around with instruments. It’s no
surprise then that about 80 percent of dogs over the age of 3 have some level of oral hygiene
problems. Dental hygiene is a key part of keeping your dog healthy and happy and there’s no
reason it should be as difficult as you might think.

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National Take Your Dog To Work Day


If you have been thinking about finally taking your dog to work, then mark June 21 st on you
calendar. The date is officially “National Take Your Dog to Work” day and it’s a great excuse to
finally pull the trigger on getting your furry friend into the office with you. There are a few great
things about this day. First, you might work in an office that is friendly towards dogs and you’ve
just been too shy to finally take advantage of it. On the other hand, your place of work might
not be so friendly to dogs at all. Or, even more likely, your boss might not even be aware that
dogs can be welcome in the workplace.

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