Can My Cocker Spaniel Catch Coronavirus (And Spread It)?

Can my Cocker Spaniel catch coronavirus? Dogs are members of the family so our readers want to know if dogs can catch, transmit, or carry the coronavirus, or COVID-19. “There have not been any reports of companion or other animals becoming sick with COVID-19 and currently there is no evidence…

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The Miracle of Dog Mountain and Dog Chapel

In the heart of Vermont, dogs are welcome to explore the green, lush land of Dog Mountain and its accompanying attractions that are Dog Chapel and the Stephen Huneck Art Gallery. There are miracles on this property: I recently witnessed not one, not two, but three miracles on Dog Mountain.…

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8 Easy Fixes For A Fear Free Veterinary Visit For Dogs

Can you imagine getting a new puppy, working with him on confidence-building and training, establishing fear free veterinary visits, and suddenly things change in a heartbeat? That’s exactly what happened to me when my once happy and carefree dog developed an intense fear of vet visits. Instead of feeling anxious,…

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How To Clean A Dog’s Teeth Without Brushing

Let’s face it: Some dogs are nearly impossible for teeth brushing. Fortunately, it is possible to clean a dog’s teeth without brushing so your pooch isn’t stressed out. Dogs, like people, live with a whole lot of bacteria in their mouths. Without taking care of a dog’s teeth and gums,…

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Top Pet Adventure Social Media Groups

Looking for the next adventure to take with your furkid? There are a lot of social media groups out there that can help. We’ve done some digging to find some of the most helpful and popular pet-centric “adventuring” online hot spots! Kayaking With Dogs Nothing compares to a day with…

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AKC Trick Dog Titles Help Instill Confidence

Can I have a drumroll, please? Can someone toss the confetti? My dog is official an AKC trick dog, achieving both the novice and intermediate titles! An AKC trick dog title helps instill confidence and so much more in dogs. I don’t plan to have my dog do television, commercials,…

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Why You Should Leave A Dog’s Anal Sacs Alone

Want a client for life? Start expressing their dog’s anal sacs. That’s the exact piece of advice a veterinary technician shared with me while having my first Cocker Spaniel’s anal glands expressed during a routine visit. There is definitely a time and a place for anal sacs to be expressed…

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Fun Ideas to Host a Dog Birthday Party

Dogs are members of the family, and every dog deserves his or her day, especially when that day is full of celebrating, cake, biscuits, games, presents, and cake! One of the most fun times a dog mom or dad can engage in involves hosting a dog birthday party. No one…

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Tucker Talks with Enchanted Mountain Retreats

Hey all you pet travelers out there - Tucker here! My hoomans just told me we’re about to start planning a new trip. I've been chasing my own tail in circles ever since I found out that we're going to be visiting the North Georgia Mountains! I did some digging…

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How to Become a Therapy Dog

Lucy is not ordinary therapy dog. Her story is the stuff  of which feel good dog movies are made. “A large brown Cocker Spaniel came into the shelter,” the volunteer at Oklahoma City Animal Shelter said. Days passed and no claimed this sweet girl with a happy attitude. June and…

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