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Proven Ways to Calm a Dog with Anxiety
Proven Ways to Calm a Dog with Anxiety Wed, Sep 01, 2021 Almost three-quarters of dogs experience anxiety to some degree - a problem that can decrease their quality of life - as found in a 2020 study published in the journal Scientific Reports. Noise sensitivity is the most prevalent of anxiety-related tra... Read More
By Jane Williams

Adopt, Don’t Shop: Hope for the Stray and Abandoned Dogs
Adopt, Don’t Shop: Hope for the Stray and Abandoned Dogs Fri, Jun 25, 2021 Are you planning to get a new dog for your family? Instead of buying a new pup from a pet shop, why not adopt one instead? Adopting a pet has many benefits, some of which might not have crossed your mind or you may have not considered. Not only wi... Read More
By Dani Smith

Dogs; A Vital Help For Children With Behavioral Issues
Dogs; A Vital Help For Children With Behavioral Issues Tue, Jun 08, 2021 Around 7.4% of children aged three to 17 have a diagnosed behavior problem in the U.S. Some of the most common of these include ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder, and behaviors related to anxiety, depression and learning disorders. If you have a ch... Read More
By Jane Williams

Safety tips for enjoyable outdoor activities for your dog
Safety tips for enjoyable outdoor activities for your dog Fri, May 14, 2021 Dogs love outdoor spaces and it’s all for a good reason. They represent their bathroom, playpen, and they even get to discover new things and meet new friends while playing outdoors. It’s the time they love the most, right after food and cuddles. But... Read More
By Sherryn De Vos

Taking Professional-Looking Photos Of Your Dog
Taking Professional-Looking Photos Of Your Dog Mon, May 10, 2021 The average person takes 20 photos a day on their smartphone or camera. When you have a dog, the likelihood is that lots of your pictures are going to be of your beloved canine companion. Taking photos of your dog isn’t always easy though, especially... Read More
By Jane Williams

Petco Love Lost
Petco Love Lost Fri, May 07, 2021 DAYTONA BEACH, FL April 21 – On April 23rd, National Lost Dog and Cat Awareness Day, Halifax Humane Society is proudly joining forces with Petco Love, formerly known as the Petco Foundation, a national non-profit working to lead and inspire change fo... Read More

Can You Identify Your Dog’s Personality?
Can You Identify Your Dog’s Personality? Mon, Apr 19, 2021 Can You Identify Your Dog’s Personality? When you think back on the many canine loves of your life, their quirks and ‘personality’ traits have probably remained firmly lodged in your memory. People form powerful bonds with dogs, and, as found in a... Read More
By Jane Williams

Here's How Dog Owners Can Stay Productive While Working From Home
Here's How Dog Owners Can Stay Productive While Working From Home Mon, Apr 05, 2021 An increasing number of individuals are choosing to work from home, and in Florida, workers have been particularly enthusiastic about having a remote working setup. According to a recent survey, 3,500 workers in the state rate their work-from-home ha... Read More
By Jane Williams

Should You Get A Dog When You're Newly Single?
Should You Get A Dog When You're Newly Single? Tue, Mar 30, 2021 A relationship breakdown can be one of the most stressful events you can encounter in your lifetime, as found in standard ‘stressful life events’ lists such as the Holmes-Rahe Stress Inventory. If you are experiencing anxiety or depression, or you ar... Read More
By Jane Williams

Keeping Your Dog Safe Around Your Backyard Pool
Keeping Your Dog Safe Around Your Backyard Pool Thu, Mar 25, 2021 Your backyard swimming pool isn’t always a safe place for your dog: according to the Pool Safety Network, around 5,000 family pets drown every year in backyard pools. It is important that you take precautions to stop your dog from going near your poo... Read More
By Jane Williams

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