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What to Consider Before Gifting a Pup for Christmas

Fa la la la la! Christmas is around the corner and everyone is all a hustle and bustle doing their last minute shopping and stuffing in that last piece of turkey and pie at friend and family get- togethers before the big day! Tis the season to shop, shop, shop and many of you may be thinking, between stocking stuffers and big -ticket items, is it prudent to gift someone a furry BFF? Your heart and intentions may be in the right place, but there are a few points to consider before you give a potential 10-15 year living,...

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Woof-A-Palooza Presents the 2017 Fur Ball

In the hustle and bustle of our everyday lives it’s nice to remember to take a breather and enjoy the finer things in life.  Be it a night out at the movies for a little entertainment, a cocktail reprieve from an exhausting day at the office or a dinner and show downtown, letting your hair down is a must to stay sane in our world.  Even you can’t be whisked away to an haut couture even in France or take part in an open air live orchestral concert in Switzerland, there are still fancy dos  that you can attend...

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Great Halloween Treats for your Tricky Pup

As you may have noticed in previous blogs, I have a bit of a sweet tooth and that’s why I never pass up an opportunity to include our four legged friends into the realm of tasty treats.  After all it would be just sinful to exclude a living thing from the wonderful world of treats!  Keeping in mind that we need to be cognizant of our health and waistlines, some try to keep to “healthy” treats with no sugar or less sugar or even sugar substitutes.  The vegan world has an array of recipes that allow us to indulge...

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The Miracle of Seizure Dogs

I truly enjoy highlighting all the wonders that dogs can achieve. They have inherent instincts and senses that can be fine-tuned to be of service to us bipeds. One such feat is the ability to detect a seizure before it occurs or alerting others that a seizure has occurred so that the person can get help. A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! What is A Seizure? The normally functioning brain emits electrical activity that is caused by complex chemical changes that occur in the nerve cells. There are brain cells that excite the brain and there are cells that counter those excitatory signals. Normal...

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Can Your Dog Tell Time?

Most days, it’s quite easy to take our Titan out for a few walks a day. With shift work it’s really an “either/or” situation; he may get several walks if I’m home or he may just get one in the morning and one in the evening if I’m working. Titan’s walks are as continental as my work schedule, but we always seem to make it work. When I do come home, he definitely knows what time it is. He has grown to be so massive and heavy that I literally try to sneak into my own house because he...

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