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For all the last-minute gifters, we have created a list of our teams favorite, go-to gifts for dogs and dog-lovers alike! Just in case you needed a little help 😉 Happy gifting! 🎁 Be a good dog mom or dog dad and get your pup some new swag!
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Hint: Once opened...not that long. Buying bulk bags of kibble can seem like a great way to save money when choosing food for your pup. Often sold at a lower cost per pound than smaller bags, the apparent savings can be appealing. But most dog parents are not aware that unless the food is consumed within a short window of time, it can spoil quickly. The potential result? Lots of waste, stale kibble, and a dissatisfied pup. Read on to learn more about how long dry dog food lasts and 6 tips and tricks for keeping your pup’s kibble fresh.
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On Pet Obesity Awareness Day, we're taking a look at what we can do to fight pet obesity. Have you ever looked at your dog and wondered if they are overweight? If your answer is no, you’re not alone. It’s not always easy to notice when a dog is overweight, even obese. But you can become a better observer of your dog and their health may depend on it. According to recent research, 56% of dogs are obese or overweight. What’s most concerning is that overweight dogs live 2 ½ years shorter, on average, than those with a healthy body weight. In this post, we’ll show you how you can visually evaluate your dog’s weight and how portion control can help prevent unintentional overfeeding, a leading cause of dog obesity.
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Giving your pup treats can be a great way to reward your dog for good behavior or to help teach your pooch a new obedience skill or trick. Or let’s be honest – sometimes we love spoiling our pups because they are so darn cute. The problem is that when we give our dogs treats in addition to their everyday meals, this can sometimes cause a pup to consume more calories than they need to maintain a healthy weight. Unfortunately, over time, this unintentional overfeeding can make a dog overweight.
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