Top 10 American cities for dogs  

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“In America, 54.4 million households own at least one dog, according to the 2015–2016 American Pet Products Association survey, and making sure you have the very best for your dog – space to run, grass to sniff, and lots of other nice dogs to play with – is a major factor for many of us in determining where we’ll live.

It turns out some cities are just better for having a dog. And this are the top ten cities for dogs – and their owners – in The US:

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10 things we can do to protect our dog in the summer

10 things we can do to protect our dog in the summer

The summer months can be uncomfortable – even dangerous – for pets and people, but we can help you keep your pets cool this summer. You just have to follow these tips for helping your dog to stay healthy and comfortable when the heat is on.  

  • Take walks during the cooler hours of the day and adjust intensity and duration of exercise in accordance with the temperature.
  • Limit exercise on hot days and be especially careful with pets with white-colored ears, which are more susceptible to skin cancer, and short-nosed pets, which typically have difficulty breathing.

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5 tips to take care of your puppies

 tips to take care of your puppies

Puppies are some of the most adorable things on earth.  However, bringing a new puppy home can be a major lifestyle adjustment. In order to help you, we have written down some tips on growing your new friend…

1.- Establish a bathroom routine

Housetraining should become a high priority on most puppy owners. Your best allies will be patience, planning, and positive reinforcement.

It will be a good idea to put a carpet-cleaning battle plan in place, because accidents will happen.

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Did you know that your pet must have a permit from you municipality?

OUR HAPPY DOGS

Did you know that…?

  • The owners of all dogs seven months of age or older must have annually dog permits from your town or city.
  • The owner must present proof that a licensed veterinarian has vaccinated the dog against rabies and that the duration of immunity from that vaccination extends through at least ten months of the twelve-month licensing period.

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Tips for caring for your dog this winter

Tips for caring for your dog this winter

For some people, cold weather is regarded as a mere nuisance; for others, it’s a fun time filled with winter joys. Whatever your position is, one thing remains the same for all of us with dogs: it’s a time when our beloved pets need a little extra care to ensure their comfort and health.

Winter sweaters

While dogs and cats have fur, they are warm-blooded and not immune to temperature changes. This means they can benefit from an extra layer for warmth. If your dog is small and short-haired, he’s likely sensitive to the cold. The same goes for older pets and those that may be ill.  

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11 Christmas gifts for dogs and their owners

CHRISTMAS IS COMING. HAPPY PETS

As many kids and adults, dogs enjoy tearing apart wrapping paper, so it sounds as a great idea to give your pet a Christmas gift that make happy both of you. Here are 11 gifts ideas for the next holiday season:

Futon dog bed. Try a micro-suede-and-fleece-lined bed, but also one machine washable.  

Paw secret agent leash: It has reflective fabric woven into the length of the leash for increased nighttime visibility and a quick-tether clip that lets you securely attach your four-legged travel companion to parking meters and parking signs.

Tuggo toys. An indestructible weighted ball toy that even the most destructive dog won’t be able to destroy. This toy has even been tested with lions and tigers.  

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Tips to get our dogs ready for winter

OUR HAPPY DOGS

It’s starting to get cold outside and dogs are very sensitive to weather changes. Therefore, before temperature drop, we should take some steps to prepare our pets for winter season.  

Do not forget our dogs will need to keep warm and safe while they are outside. Many of them have got a fur coat, but when the temperature drops, it may not be enough to protect them against the snow and ice.

Here are some tips to get our dogs ready for winter:

We must not shave a dog during winter time (from December to March). If you take your pet to the groomer or groom it yourself, make sure it keeps enough fur to stay warm.

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