All About Dogs

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Dogs are our best friends at home — and also on the battlefield. Whether they are there for morale or at the front lines, they've played a vital role in the military. Check out these war dog memorials across the United States! #MilitaryDogs #Military #WarMemorials #Memorials #RoadTrip
Whether you're planning out trips to take with your dog or want to move somewhere your dog will love too, here are five U.S. cities that are dog-friendly! These cities offer great dog parks, dining options and more. When planning to travel, also check out some travel safety tips for your dog. #Travel #USTravel #DogTravel
Thinking of going to the beach and want to bring your dog, too? From California to Maine, here are some dog-friendly beaches to check out! #Travel #BeachVacation #DogTravel

Traveling with Dogs

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For dogs who are afraid of people, a visitor dropping by can cause fear and anxiety. It’s important to realize that a severe fear of people can lead to aggressive behaviors and potential bites from dogs. Check out these tips for how to help your dog feel more secure around people, and learn more about it in our blog. #DogTips #DogAnxiety #DogFacts #DogBehavior
Is your dog digging holes in your yard? Learn about the reasons that may be driving them to dig, like boredom or wanting to escape, and how to stop them from digging. #DogTraining
 

Even though as pet owners we like to think we know our dogs inside and out, we don’t really know what’s going on in our dogs’ minds. Check out some facial “expressions” that can help you better understand your dog’s mood. #DogExpressions #DogBehavior #Dogs

Dog Behavior

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Hunting is what these breeds were born to do! 🐕 🏹 🦆Check out these hunting breeds and each of their awesome strengths as well as traits that will help you out there. For a deeper look, check out our blog to learn more about these hunting breeds! #HuntingDogBreeds #HuntingDogs #GermanShorthairedPointer #EnglishSpringerSpaniel #LabradorRetriever #TreeingWalkerCoonhound
Labrador retrievers are an incredibly friendly and adaptable breed that can fit into almost any situation, provided you have the ability to burn off their copious amounts of energy. From nutrition and care to training and exercise, here’s what you need to know about the Labrador retriever. #DogBreeds #LabradorRetrieve
Looking for a dog breed that can live in an apartment or condo? Check out some unexpected dog breeds that might be good for living in a big city like shiba inus and greyhounds. #BassetHound #GreatDane #CavalierKingCharlesSpaniel #CityLife

Breed Profiles

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How much a dog can see and interpret images on a screen depends on their visual perception abilities and the size of the screen. Dogs who love watching TV are probably seeing fast-moving images that are worthy of barks and excited leaps, and may also be responding to stimulating sounds. Learn more in our blog! 📺 #DogFacts #DogBehavior
You’ve likely encountered a guide dog at some point, but these service animals often come with many misconceptions. Check out these seven things you probably didn't know about guide dogs. #GuideDogs #DogFacts
Many people confuse service dogs, therapy dogs and emotional support animals. While all of these dogs help their owners and other people in some way, their training, responsibilities and access to public areas are very different. Learn about the difference in our blog. #DogJobs #DogFacts

Dog Facts

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Knudson would like to ask you a question! Can he be allowed on the couch? He's already so comfy! 😆 #CuteDog #YellowLab #LabradorRetriever
Did you know that while blue eyes are a recessive trait for most dogs, in Siberian huskies like this pup, they are actually the dominant eye color? Learn more about the science behind dogs and blue eyes: dpf.pet/blue-eyes #SiberianHusky #CuteDogs #DiamondDogs #DogFacts #BlueEyedDogs
"Climb every mountain, ford every stream, follow every rainbow, 'til you find your dream." 🎶 —Oscar Hammerstein II. Lilo looks like she's ready to go wherever her family takes her to follow their dreams! 💕 #CuteDogs #AdventureDog #AdventureQuote #WaterDog

Cute Dogs

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Watch a Day in the Life of this Diamond dog, Harlow! For more information about our Diamond Naturals formulas, visit our website. #DogFood #PetFood #DogNutrition
This adorable dog duo looks like they're enjoying some time outdoors today! #Mastiffs #CuteDogs #BestFriends
Just a couple BFFs (best fur friends) enjoying an adventure! Does your pet have a best fur friend? #CatsAndDogs #CatAndDogFriends #GrayCat

Diamond Dogs

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The best place for a quick break? A flower bed 🌷 #Rottweiler
Somebody's feeling bashful #Berner #BerneseMountainDog #BMD
A massive head with proper proportions and features is an important characteristic of this (adorable!) breed. #DoguedeBordeaux

Cute Puppies

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Can Dogs Watch TV?
How much a dog can see and interpret images on a screen depends on their visual perception abilities and the size of the screen. Dogs who love watching TV are probably seeing fast-moving images that are worthy of barks and excited leaps, and may also be responding to stimulating sounds. Learn more in our blog! 📺 #DogFacts #DogBehavior
Graphic featuring five golden retriever puppies outside in the grass. The headline reads “Tips for picking a puppy from a litter.” Tips include: Ask the breeder if they’ve noticed any health problems, watch to see if the puppies are running around well, check for signs of illness, ensure the puppy has white teeth, pink gums and a shiny coat with no bald spots, ask to see the parents of the litter and observe how the puppies interact with each other during playtime.
How to Pick a Puppy from a Litter
There’s a lot to consider before adding a new puppy to your family, and it goes way beyond what you should name them and where they will sleep. Check out our blog for more tips, including how to pick a reputable breeder!
Day in the Life of a Diamond Pet Foods Dog
Watch a Day in the Life of this Diamond dog, Harlow! For more information about our Diamond Naturals formulas, visit our website. #DogFood #PetFood #DogNutrition
Man in business casual attire walking a pit bull in a city environment. Headline reads “Activity Ideas for City Dogs.” Ideas include dog park, dog-friendly beach, green spaces, dog-friendly store, boat ride, ball park or outdoor patio. Urban, Adventure, City Dog, Dog List, Working Dogs, Pet Friendly, Fun Activities, Dog Food Brands, Urban Dog
Activity Ideas for City Dogs
Whether you live in a city or you’re just visiting, you may be wondering, “What are some fun activities for urban dogs?” Check out this list of dog-friendly activities and pet-friendly places to visit with your dog. Visit our blog to learn more about city living with a dog!
Five dogs standing in grass, sniffing and playing together. Headline reads “Dog Park Etiquette: A Guide for Pet Parents” Public, Parents, Dog, Play
A Guide to Dog Park Etiquette
While the dog park is a great place for a dog to play and socialize, there are a few unwritten dog park rules that pet parents should follow to keep all pets and their owners safe. It’s also important to know that not all dogs should play in a public space with other dogs. Visit our blog for a complete guide to dog park etiquette.
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Signs of a Fearful or Stressed Dog
It’s important to recognize when your dog is uncomfortable around people, pets or places so you can remove them from the situation. From flattened ears and yawning to having their hackles raised and tail tucked between their legs, learn about the signs of fearful or stressed behavior in our blog. #DogTips #DogFacts
How to Help Your Dog Feel More Secure Around People
How to Help Your Dog Feel More Secure Around People
How to Help Your Dog Feel More Secure Around People
For dogs who are afraid of people, a visitor dropping by can cause fear and anxiety. It’s important to realize that a severe fear of people can lead to aggressive behaviors and potential bites from dogs. Check out these tips for how to help your dog feel more secure around people, and learn more about it in our blog. #DogTips #DogAnxiety #DogFacts #DogBehavior
Do you think your dog is anxious? From dilated pupils to freezing in place, learn more about the signs of anxiety in dogs. #DogBehavior #DogTips #DogFacts #AnxiousDog Dog Cat, Signs Of Anxiety, Dog Owners, Anxious, Yawning
Signs of Anxiety in Dogs
Do you think your dog is anxious? From dilated pupils to freezing in place, learn more about the signs of anxiety in dogs. #DogBehavior #DogTips #DogFacts #AnxiousDog
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Peculiar Pet Facts | Puppies Are Born Deaf and Blind
Puppies are born with their eyelids and ear canals closed to protect their delicate eyes and ears that aren’t quite done developing. A pup’s eyelids open when they are about 2–3 weeks old. Learn more about why puppies are born deaf and blind in our blog. #PuppyFacts #PuppyTips #PetFacts
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Dog Breeds With Higher Cold Tolerance
Wondering which dog breeds have the best tolerance for cold weather? While dogs’ cold tolerance can vary based on coat density, age, nutritional status, body fat, overall health and activity level, these five breeds have a higher cold weather tolerance. Visit our blog to learn more about the truth about dogs, fur coats and cold weather. #DogBreeds
Dog Breeds That Have an Undercoat
Did you know that over 100 dog breeds have an undercoat in addition to their topcoat (or guard hair) and whiskers (or vibrissae)? Swipe to see the full list of dog breeds that have an undercoat according to the American Kennel Club! We share more about the three types of dog hair in our blog. #DogBreeds
Origins of Dog Breeds That Love Cold Weather
Do you know the origins of cold-weather dog breeds? While some are fairly obvious (Alaskan malamute and Norweigan elkhound, for instance), we’re sharing where cold-weather tolerant dogs originated and how they got their names. Learn more about cold weather dog breeds in our blog! #DogBreeds
Characteristics of Cold-Weather Dog Breeds
Searching for a dog breed that can tolerate cold weather? You may want to read up on the characteristics of cold-weather dog breeds, including Siberian huskies, Alaskan malamutes, Saint Bernards, Newfoundlands and Great Pyrenees. Learn more about these breeds and other cold-weather breeds in our blog! #DogBreeds
7 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Guide Dogs
You’ve likely encountered a guide dog at some point, but these service animals often come with many misconceptions. Check out these seven things you probably didn't know about guide dogs. #GuideDogs #DogFacts
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Types of Support or Therapy Dogs
Many people confuse service dogs, therapy dogs and emotional support animals. While all of these dogs help their owners and other people in some way, their training, responsibilities and access to public areas are very different. Learn about the difference in our blog. #DogJobs #DogFacts
Stress and anxiety are normal emotional responses that nearly everyone experiences from time to time. In our blog, learn about the positive effects our dogs and cats can have on our stress and anxiety levels. #DogFacts #CatFacts Therapy Dogs, Stress And Anxiety, Natural Stress Relievers, Therapy Animals, Hormones, Chronic Stress, How To Relieve Stress, Endorphins
How Pets Help to Relieve Our Stress
Stress and anxiety are normal emotional responses that nearly everyone experiences from time to time. In our blog, learn about the positive effects our dogs and cats can have on our stress and anxiety levels. #DogFacts #CatFacts
Labrador retriever service dog walking with human on a crosswalk. Headline reads “How Different Service Dogs Assist Disabled Persons.” Subheaders define each service dog and their roles. The following service dogs are listed: Guide dog or Seeing Eye® dog, Hearing or signal dog, Service dog, Psychiatric service dog, Sensory signal or social signal dog and Seizure response dog G Words, Seeing Eye, Vision Loss, Assistance Dog, Guide Dog, Hearing Loss, Help People
How Different Service Dogs Assist Disabled Persons
Many people are familiar with guide dogs or Seeing Eye dogs, those who help people with vision loss. However, there are other categories of assistance dogs that help a wide variety of people. Learn more about how different service dogs assist disabled persons in our blog. #DogJobs #DogFacts #ServiceDogs
7 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Guide Dogs
You’ve likely encountered a guide dog at some point, but these service animals often come with many misconceptions. Check out these seven things you probably didn't know about guide dogs. #GuideDogs #DogFacts
Goldendoodle lying on woman. Headline reads “Types of Support or Therapy Dogs” with descriptions. “Therapy dog — typically a pet who provides comfort and affection to people in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, schools, libraries and even disaster areas. Emotional support dog — provides only emotional support to a person with a mental health condition or emotional disorder. Facility dog — a trained dog who partners with a ‘facilitator,’ usually a working professional.”
Types of Support or Therapy Dogs
Many people confuse service dogs, therapy dogs and emotional support animals. While all of these dogs help their owners and other people in some way, their training, responsibilities and access to public areas are very different. Learn about the difference in our blog. #DogJobs #DogFacts
Dark orange background featuring woman lying against headboard with eyes closed petting a cat in lap. Headline reads “How Pets Help to Relieve Our Stress.” Subhead reads “One theory that’s supported by science is that interacting with animals — whether pets or therapy animals — boosts our oxytocin levels. Called the ‘cuddle hormone’ or ‘love hormone,’ oxytocin is both a hormone and a neurotransmitter, a chemical messenger that transmits messages around the body.”
How Pets Help to Relieve Our Stress
Stress and anxiety are normal emotional responses that nearly everyone experiences from time to time. In our blog, learn about the positive effects our dogs and cats can have on our stress and anxiety levels. #DogFacts #CatFacts
Labrador retriever service dog walking with human on a crosswalk. Headline reads “How Different Service Dogs Assist Disabled Persons.” Subheaders define each service dog and their roles. The following service dogs are listed: Guide dog or Seeing Eye® dog, Hearing or signal dog, Service dog, Psychiatric service dog, Sensory signal or social signal dog and Seizure response dog
How Different Service Dogs Assist Disabled Persons
Many people are familiar with guide dogs or Seeing Eye dogs, those who help people with vision loss. However, there are other categories of assistance dogs that help a wide variety of people. Learn more about how different service dogs assist disabled persons in our blog. #DogJobs #DogFacts #ServiceDogs
Hunting Dog Breeds
Hunting is what these breeds were born to do! 🐕 🏹 🦆Check out these hunting breeds and each of their awesome strengths as well as traits that will help you out there. For a deeper look, check out our blog to learn more about these hunting breeds! #HuntingDogBreeds #HuntingDogs #GermanShorthairedPointer #EnglishSpringerSpaniel #LabradorRetriever #TreeingWalkerCoonhound
a black and white dog with its paw up in the air, next to an orange background
Dogs and Cats Can Have Dominant Paws
Just like humans, dogs and cats can be left-pawed or right-pawed, meaning they have a dominant paw. Do you want to find out which one your pet is? Take a look at some ways you can test it! #PetPaws #PetBehavior #PetFacts
Side view of a middle-aged woman with dark brown hair and closed eyes kneeling in a wildflower field while gently holding the face of a light brown greyhound on a sunny day. There is a semi-translucent text bubble at the bottom with text that reads “Having a Pet Can Reduce Stress and Anxiety.” Symptoms, Reduce Stress, Hormone Levels, Happy Hormones
How Pets Can Reduce Stress and Anxiety
Stress and anxiety are normal emotional responses that nearly everyone experiences from time to time. Research shows that pet ownership, human-animal interactions and animal-assisted therapy can reduce stress levels and many symptoms of anxiety. Visit our blog to learn more about how exactly pets can reduce stress and anxiety. #PetFacts #AnimalTherapy #BenefitsOfPets
Chocolate, yellow and black labs lying in field with tongues out. Headline reads “What You Need to Know About the Labrador Retriever.” Graphic includes the following information: Labs are versatile and friendly dogs. They weigh 55-80 pounds and require regular brushing due to shedding. Sufficient exercise is vital to avoid destructive behavior. Obedience training is crucial for labs to become reliable hunting companions. A well-balanced diet for performance dogs is essential. Weimaraner, Terrier, Lab Puppy, Retriever
What You Need to Know About the Labrador Retriever
Labrador retrievers are an incredibly friendly and adaptable breed that can fit into almost any situation, provided you have the ability to burn off their copious amounts of energy. From nutrition and care to training and exercise, here’s what you need to know about the Labrador retriever. #DogBreeds #LabradorRetrieve
How to Figure Out a Dog’s Energy Level
When adopting a dog, it’s important to consider the energy level of the dog you can handle. Here’s how to evaluate a low-energy dog, a medium-energy dog and a high-energy dog. #DogBehavior #AdoptingDogs
Husky lying on the ground outdoors at campsite during dusk with campfire in the foreground. At the top half of the image is a dark gray background with a ghost pattern and copy that reads “Is your dog seeing ghosts? Visit our blog to learn about dogs’ super-senses and how their scope of sensory awareness is beyond yours.” Ghost, What Dogs
Can Dogs See Ghosts?
Did you know that dogs have super-senses? If your dog is reacting to something that you don’t see or hear, that doesn’t mean there’s nothing there. It just means that they have sensed things that you can’t. Read our blog to learn more about these amazing sensory abilities! #DogsFacts #Ghosts #SuperSenses
a brown dog wearing a red, green and white striped collar with the title 5 unexpected breeds for big city living
5 Dog Breeds for Big-City Living
Looking for a dog breed that can live in an apartment or condo? Check out some unexpected dog breeds that might be good for living in a big city like shiba inus and greyhounds. #BassetHound #GreatDane #CavalierKingCharlesSpaniel #CityLife
the top five things to know about dog breeds
5 Surprise Dog Breeds for City Living
City life for dog owners is different, but certainly no less rewarding, especially if you have a dog that is perfectly suited for apartment life. Some breeds that are perfect for city living might not be so obvious. Here are five surprise breeds you should consider for city living. Learn more in our blog! #ApartmentDogs
a black and white dog with its paw up in the air, next to an orange background
Dogs and Cats Can Have Dominant Paws
Just like humans, dogs and cats can be left-pawed or right-pawed, meaning they have a dominant paw. Do you want to find out which one your pet is? Take a look at some ways you can test it! #PetPaws #PetBehavior #PetFacts
Husky in bottom right hand corner with paw raised and tongue out. Headline reads "Peculiar Pet Facts: Pets Can Be Right- or Left-Pawed." Copy explains that you can test your dog's paw preference by placing a toy in front of them and seeing which paw they use to touch it. You can test your cat's paw preference by dangling their favorite toy in front of them or playing "chase the dot" with a laser and seeing which paw they use to swat it. Repeat each test about 50 times to get a real result.
Dogs and Cats Can Have Dominant Paws
Just like humans, dogs and cats can be left-pawed or right-pawed, meaning they have a dominant paw. Do you want to find out which one your pet is? Take a look at some ways you can test it! #PetPaws #PetBehavior #PetFacts
Brown and white dog chewing on tennis ball close to camera and a black and white dog staring in background. Headline reads "Peculiar Pet Facts: Pets Can Be Jealous." Copy explains that some pets may exhibit attention-seeking behaviors resembling jealousy, such as snapping, scratching, growling, hissing, and pushing. Ways to address this include ignoring the behavior, providing distractions, and rewarding good behavior. Consult a veterinarian for concerns or questions about your pet's behavior. Jealous, Human Emotions
Pets Can Get Jealous
While it’s believed that dogs and cats can’t have human emotions, they do show some attention-seeking behaviors that may resemble jealousy, and it’s important to ignore this. Some jealous behaviors can include snapping, scratching, growling or hissing. Read our blog to learn more. #PetTips #PetBehavior
Close up of dog paws. Headline reads “Peculiar Pet Facts: Dogs Can Sweat Through Their Paws.” Copy explains the two types of sweat glands dogs have: apocrine glands, which are used to secrete pheromones for sending "scent messages" to other dogs, and merocrine sweat glands in their paw pads, which can produce sweat. However, while dogs can sweat through their paw pads, the main way they regulate their body temperature is through panting. Paw, Sweat, Paw Pads, Peculiar
Dogs Can Sweat Through Their Paws
Just like humans, dogs sweat, too! More specifically, they can sweat through their paws. While dogs sweat to cool themselves off, that’s not the only way they cool their bodies down. Read our blog to find out more. #DogHeatExhaustion #DogHeatTips
Tan pug lying down with head resting on a pink mat. Copy reads: If you find that your pet is sleeping the day away even more than usual, there might be a reason — seasonal affective disorder. Symptoms include: Feeling listless, sad or down most of the day, nearly every day. Losing interest in activities your pet once enjoyed. Having low energy and feeling sluggish. Ways to help include: Go outside and get you and your pet some sunshine and playtime in the great outdoors. Health Care, Pet Health, Pet Health Care, Allergy Symptoms, Vet Medicine
Pets Can Get S.A.D.
Is your dog or cat sleeping more than usual, less excited to go on walks, or overall having low energy? They may be experiencing symptoms of S.A.D. — seasonal affective disorder. Check out our blog to learn more symptoms and how you can help your pet. #PetFacts #PetMentalHealth #PetHealth
Best Dog Breeds for Distance Runners
Best Dog Breeds for Distance Runners
Best Dog Breeds for Distance Runners
If you're a runner who is considering getting a dog to run alongside, we can help you narrow down your search! From German shorthaired pointers to Australian shepherds, check out a few dog breeds that are perfect for distance runners. #DogBreeds #RunningDogs
All About Labrador Retrievers
We’re unleashing some fun facts about the loyal companions that are Labrador retrievers! Discover why this breed has been a man's best friend for generations and learn more about their remarkable abilities in the water. Check out our blog for more information on Labs. #DogBreeds #WaterDogs
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Working Dogs vs. Show Dogs
Whether you’re searching for a dog to run in the woods or a reliable farmhand, understand that a show dog is not a working dog. Learn about the difference between working dogs and show dogs in our blog. #WorkingDog #DogBreeds #Dogs #ShowDogs
the top five things to know about dog breeds
5 Surprise Dog Breeds for City Living
City life for dog owners is different, but certainly no less rewarding, especially if you have a dog that is perfectly suited for apartment life. Some breeds that are perfect for city living might not be so obvious. Here are five surprise breeds you should consider for city living. Learn more in our blog! #ApartmentDogs
Best Dog Breeds for Rural Life
Best Dog Breeds for Rural Life
Best Dog Breeds for Rural Life
Whether you need help controlling your chickens or scaring away rodents, dogs can be one of the most helpful assets. There are two main groups of breeds that work best on a farm or rural area where there might be animals: herding and livestock guardians. Learn more in our blog. #DogBreeds #RuralLife #Dogs
9 Dog Breeds for Apartment Living
There are plenty of dog breeds that are perfectly content living in an apartment. From pugs to French bulldogs, check out nine good dog breeds for apartment living. #DogBreeds #ApartmentLiving #Dogs
a brown and white dog laying on top of a bed with the words kennel cough in
Kennel Cough in Your Rescue Dog
You’ve probably heard of kennel cough, and the shelter or rescue organization that you work with may even tell you that they take all the recommended precautions to prevent this disease. Despite their best efforts, kennel cough is an extremely contagious infection for dogs. #DogAdoption #Dogs
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5 Tips to Find the Right Rescue for You
When looking for a dog or cat to adopt, you want to make sure that the organization you’re adopting from will provide what you need, from information to support. Check out our blog for five tips to find the right rescue. #DogAdoption #CatAdoption #CatTips #DogTips
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Peculiar Pet Facts | Dogs Have Three Types of Hair
Did you know that dogs have three different types of hair? From playing an important role in protecting your dog's skin from physical damage and ultraviolet sunlight to regulating body temperature and helping with environment sensing, learn more about the three different types of dog hair in our blog. #Dogs #DogFacts #DogHealth
a dalmatian dog running in the grass with its mouth open
Peculiar Pet Facts | Dogs and Spins
Bedtime spins, poop spins, excited spins — dogs sure do spin a lot. But why do dogs spin, and can spinning actually mean something good or bad? We look more into this pet behavior in our blog. Check it out!
a dog laying down on top of a bed with its paw up to the camera
Peculiar Pet Facts | Dogs Sweat Through Their Paws
Most of us have probably heard that dogs don’t sweat. And if we’re talking about how dogs cool themselves, it’s true that sweat isn’t the main way dogs release body heat when they’re hot. But did you know that dogs can actually sweat through their paws? Check out our blog to learn more about this peculiar pet fact! #Dogs #DogFacts #Dog #Heatstroke #DogHeat
a brown and white dog laying on top of a couch next to a pillow with the words peculiar pet fact do pets dream?
Peculiar Pet Facts | Do Pets Dream?
You see your dog fast asleep, but whimpering, yelping or pumping their legs. We’ve all assumed that when our dogs’ bodies are active while sleeping, they are dreaming of chasing squirrels or barking at a package delivery. But do we know for sure if dogs and cats dream as we do? Check out our blog for the answer. #PetFacts #Dogs #Cats
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Peculiar Pet Facts | Dogs Can Smell Disease in Humans
Dogs use their noses for many things: communicating with each other, tracking down the treat jar and finding their way home. But did you know that some dogs can be trained to detect diseases or certain health issues in people? Learn more in our blog!
Heartburn can be a common concern for many humans, but did you know that dogs get heartburn too? Dogs have similar digestive systems to humans, which makes them susceptible to heartburn and acid reflux. In our blog, we share the signs of heartburn in dogs and ways to reduce your pet’s chance of getting heartburn or acid reflux. Dog Food, Dog Feeding, Ideas, Toys, Manga, Dog Health
Peculiar Pet Facts | Dogs Get Heartburn!
Heartburn can be a common concern for many humans, but did you know that dogs get heartburn too? Dogs have similar digestive systems to humans, which makes them susceptible to heartburn and acid reflux. In our blog, we share the signs of heartburn in dogs and ways to reduce your pet’s chance of getting heartburn or acid reflux.
Dogs are our best friends at home — and also on the battlefield. Whether they are there for morale or at the front lines, they've played a vital role in the military. Check out these war dog memorials across the United States! #MilitaryDogs #Military #WarMemorials #Memorials #RoadTrip Military, Friends, Military Dogs, Military Working Dogs, Veterans Memorial, Gettysburg National Military Park, Dog Memorial, War Dogs
6 U.S. War Dog Memorials to Visit with Your Dog
Dogs are our best friends at home — and also on the battlefield. Whether they are there for morale or at the front lines, they've played a vital role in the military. Check out these war dog memorials across the United States! #MilitaryDogs #Military #WarMemorials #Memorials #RoadTrip
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Pet-Friendly U.S. Cities To Visit
Whether you're planning out trips to take with your dog or want to move somewhere your dog will love too, here are five U.S. cities that are dog-friendly! These cities offer great dog parks, dining options and more. When planning to travel, also check out some travel safety tips for your dog. #Travel #USTravel #DogTravel