Sebaceous Cysts In Dogs: How To Deal With Them

How common are sebaceous cysts in dogs? Well, I was petting my Cocker Spaniel’s neck recently and noticed a bump that looked fluid-filled. In the time it took to reach for my eyeglasses to get a closer look, the lump burst. A mess of cottage cheese material and blood oozed…

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Survey Reveals More Pets are Buckling up!

Want to go for a ride? Those six little words are often music to a dog's ears. Whether you're bringing them to the local dog park, on vacation, or to visit friends and family, most dogs enjoy a road trip. You probably ensure that you and your human family are…

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Barktoberfest 2021

Barktoberfest 2021 will benefit K9s For Warriors and Freedom Ride Rescue! Our event will be held at Compass Rose Brewery where dogs are welcome indoors as well as on their expansive outdoor patio and seating area!  Event features include a raffle to win pet-friendly getaways and other high-value prizes, vendors,…

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Why Does My Dog Stare At Me? 21 Top Reasons

Do you ever notice your dog gazing right at you and wonder why does my dog stare at me? Sometimes dogs stare because they want something, such as a treat or to go for a walk. There are other surprising reasons dogs stare at their humans. If you hope that…

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Get Your Zen On with Goat Yoga

Do you love yoga? And cute animals? How about a combination of the two? If so, then it's time to give goat yoga a try! Goat yoga is much more than just stretching and meditating - practicing child's pose and downward facing dog with a furry "kid" next to you (or in your…

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Will Dogs With Long Eyelashes Suffer Eye Problems?

Dogs with long eyelashes look gorgeous but are those long lashes safe? A Cocker Spaniel recently went viral on social media for having super long lashes. However, there are situations where long eyelashes can actually cause harm to a dog’s eyes. Cocker Spaniels are one of the dog breeds with…

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Five Pet-Friendly Historic Small Towns Worth the Road Trip

Cities are full of life and hustle and bustle, and their grand-scale museums and historical sites are definitely worth seeing. But nothing compares to the intimate and personal way history can be experienced in small towns. As an added bonus, historical small towns are typically warm, welcoming, family friendly, and…

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