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How to Photograph Your Dog This Holiday Season

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This post is sponsored by Rachael Ray Nutrish. All thoughts and opinions are our own. As always, thank you for reading and supporting our sponsors. The countdown is on the for the holidays! In our home, our furry family members are a huge part of our holiday celebrations. With no children in the house, Irie […]

Could Homemade Dough Ornaments Harm Your Dog?

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It’s that time of the year again when we start seeing super cute tutorials for making salt dough ornaments for the tree. Children love to make them, they’re very inexpensive, and they provide a great way to preserve a memory, whether that’s a dog’s paw print or a child’s hand print. There’s only one problem: […]

Recovering from ACL Surgery #PetHealthAwareness

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This post is sponsored by BlogPaws. I am being compensated to support Pet Health Awareness Month with an educational post, but DogTipper only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. BlogPaws is not responsible for the content of this article. I am happy to say that this is the last week of Irie’s […]

#TreatthePups to Keep Dogs Calm During Holiday Fun

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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Lunchbox but all opinions are my own. The holidays are fast approaching. That means food, family, and fun–and Fidos that sometimes find themselves getting a little too excited. And, let’s face it: there’s a lot to be excited about on Thanksgiving! A day spent cooking, surrounded by family and […]

Reading Your Dog’s Body Language

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Today we have a special guest post from Canine Journal: Just because dogs can’t talk doesn’t mean they don’t have feelings and emotions. Dogs, similar to humans, can also wear their hearts on their sleeves. The better we learn to recognize how they communicate, we better we know what our furry friend is telling us […]

How to Keep Your Car Clean on a Doggie Beach Trip!

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This week, we’ve been traveling with Irie and Tiki to Port Aransas, Texas. We’d planned to take our trip right after Labor Day (prices make a big drop right after the holiday) but, due to Irie’s ACL surgery, we rescheduled our trip for this week. With all the worry concerning Irie’s surgery and rehabilitation these […]

5 Types of Pets We Would Love You to Consider for #AdoptaShelterPet Month

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 This post is sponsored by BlogPaws. I am being compensated to support Adopt a Shelter Pet Month with an educational post, but DogTipper only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. BlogPaws is not responsible for the content of this article. October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, a time when the public […]

Halloween Safety: Costumes & Your Dog

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This post is sponsored by Nutrish. All opinions and statements are entirely our own. Are you planning to enjoy some Halloween fun with your dog? Whether that fun means an afternoon of costumed photos, a pet parade, or an evening of trick or treating, it’s important to make sure your dog is safe and comfortable […]

Ebola and Dogs: What You Need to Know

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We know that many of you are following the news about Ebola. Living in Texas, we see it not only on the national news but the local news as well, as the only cases in the US have been found in Dallas. Today we received this list of excellent information from  BluePearl Veterinary Partners about […]

9 Tips to Help Your Dog After ACL Surgery

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As you know, our Irie had surgery on her right rear leg on August 25. She had TPLO (tibial plateau leveling osteotomy) surgery to stabilize her stifle (knee) joint, all due to a tear in the ACL (or known as CCL or cranial cruciate ligament in dogs). Whew…that’s a mouthful! Irie spent just one night […]

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