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Developed in England nearly 200 years ago by Parson John Russell, the Jack Russell Terriers is small, but powerful and determined—making him the ideal partner for hunting foxes and other small game. Despite their diminutive stature, this breed is known for the their big personalities, intelligence, and boundless energy, which makes them perfect for more
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With an ancestry that dates back to the ancient Greeks and the height of the Roman Empire, the modern Cane Corso descends from the molossoid dogs of Ancient Rome that were brought back to Italy. Though excellent at hunting and guarding farmsteads, Corsi numbers dwindled and they were nearly extinct until a group of devoted
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Shih Tzus are happiest when they’re cuddled up and cozy with their favorite person—which isn’t a surprise considering that they were initially bred to warm the laps of Chinese emperors. The rest of the world didn’t discover this adorable breed until the 1930s, but they quickly became one of the most popular toy dogs in
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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. The moment winter approaches and the weather turns chilly, our warm stocking caps, scarves, mittens, and other cold-weather gear come out. We’re lucky that we’re able to easily layer up, snuggle under blankets, and start a cozy fire or crank up the heat. But what about our
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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Getting a new puppy is exciting, but it also comes with a lot of changes to your routine. Your work schedule and social life have to flex around your puppy’s needs. Puppies crave company, exercise, and plenty of interaction. Plus, they can’t hold it for very long.
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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. You’re probably getting those New Year’s resolutions dialed in as you read this. But does your goal-setting include your cat? You can establish some new habits this year to also help your furry family member. Improving your cat’s health and happiness can be as simple as getting
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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. We asked holistic vet, author, and member of Rover’s Dog People Panel, Dr. Gary Richter, what New Year’s resolutions he would recommend for all dogs. Read on for his thoughts on how you can help your pet put their best paw forward in the new year. New Year’s
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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Not a substitute for professional veterinary help. I grew up in some downright cold places: Vermont and Maine, to be exact. And because it’s cold there pretty much seven months of the year, residents really have no choice but to face the weather and figure out how
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This review contains affiliate links. Read more here. Not a substitute for professional veterinary help. Health insurance is the one thing in life you need but hope you never have to use: It’s the best safeguard against unforeseen illness, injury, and all the other potential pitfalls of being alive. For a growing number of pet
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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Not a substitute for professional veterinary help. Us pet parents are quick to reach for allergy medicine when the seasons kick in, or take vitamins regularly to support our immune systems, which can also reduce the impact of allergies. But what about your best furry friend? Dog
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Once, even pigs could fly the friendly skies. Now, it’s all gone to the dogs. A new rule from the Department of Transportation now officially restricts the definition of service animals traveling with airline passengers with a disability to be dogs. More specifically, the rule states the service animal must be “a dog, regardless of
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December brings many welcome changes, including the “Age of Aquarius” that’s coming our way later in the month. This cosmic event will usher in wide-sweeping changes allowing opportunities for healing, transformation, and higher-minded, humanitarian pursuits. We’ll start to connect more—even it’s virtually—with the aim of building a better world together. Here’s a breakdown of December’s
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While this year’s COVID-19 crisis has impacted everyone, in Hawaii, the situation has been especially difficult for pets. Usually, the Wings of Aloha program helps fly animals from overcrowded island shelters with limited space to mainland shelters that have more room, but when the pandemic hit, these operations stalled because of disruptions to routine flights,
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