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Your Dog’s 1st Hotel Stay: 5 Ways to Keep Him Calm #AdaptilDog

This post is sponsored by CEVA Animal Health, makers of ADAPTIL® for dogs. All statements and opinions are entirely our own. As always, we only share products that we use with our own pets! Just one month after his adoption, Barli enjoyed his first overnight hotel stay. We had planned to get a little more …

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7 Activities for Your Dog When It’s 100 Degrees or Hotter!

Wondering what to do with your dog when the temperatures reach 100 degrees in the shade? Fortunately (or unfortunately!), we are experts at coping with hotter than hot temperatures as our Texas temperatures routinely hit the triple digits on summer days. Here are seven fun activities you and your dog can enjoy when the mercury …

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How to Ride an Elevator with Your Dog

I’m going to be the first to admit: elevators are not part of our dogs’ daily lives. With a two-story house, they’re accustomed to going up and down stairs to our upstairs offices but they don’t routinely ride an elevator. Many of the hotels we stay with the dogs are multi-story (and it seems like …

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12 Tips for Traveling with Your Dog in Extreme Heat

We love summer, and we love traveling with our dogs–but sometimes the two just don’t mix. When temperatures reach dangerous levels, we generally postpone our dog travel for more temperate days. Sometimes, though, life gets in the way and you just HAVE to travel. We recently had to make a nursing home visit with four …

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8 Tips for Leaving Your Dog Home with Family Members

This Wednesday through Friday I’m gone to Pittsburgh for a trip sponsored by Nutrish. I’ll be joining many of the other Nutrish influencers to tour a local shelter, walk adoptable dogs, and more. I’m flying there and back so Irie and Tiki will be home all day, every day with John. It’s not like we’re …

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Infographic: Moving with Pets

Moving is a stressful time–whether you have two or four legs. With so many details to manage, from coordinating arrangements with movers to finding and settling in a new home, it’s especially important to put one person in the family in charge of your pets’ care. That person, whether you’re boxing and unboxing or checking …

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