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Photo: miodrag ignjatovic/Getty Images When the mercury drops and the snow flies, you can almost hear a swish of canine hearts as they take to the sky. Most, that is, but not all of them. There are dogs that long to avoid even a hint of Jack Frost altogether. While

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Dogs are beautiful, charming, endearing—in fact, they ought to be in pictures. While this is true year-round, it’s especially appropriate this year, when many of us are doing our best to inject some fun into pandemic-beleaguered holidays. Focusing on our fabulous dogs is a good way to do that. Read

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Paris Permenter & John Bigley Last updated on November 23, 2020 Share with fellow dog lovers! OK, is it just me…or is it really hard to believe that 2021 is right around the corner? I have to admit that 2020 has been a looooong year but, at the same time,

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Penny, an 83 -pound Newfoundland who lives in Maine, recovered from a torn cruciate ligament with a brace from My Pet’s Brace. Ten years have passed since WDJ explored “conservative management” – the nonsurgical treatment – of knee ligament injuries (see “Saying ‘No’ to Surgery,” February 2010). Since then, although

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I know that when Bessie stands in her food bowl, submerged to the ankles in chicken breast au jus, she is not the same dog she once was. This dog, unselfconsciously wearing her dinner like socks, is not the fastidious friend who used to clean herself, borderline obsessively, like a

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When your pet gets sick or hurt, the last thing we should worry about is how we’re going to pay for our pet’s procedures. Having to make a choice between saving the one you love and going into crippling debt can be heartbreaking. Sadly, many pet parents are forced to

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Paris Permenter & John Bigley Last updated on November 21, 2020 Share with fellow dog lovers! These giveaways are sponsored by and fulfilled by Luxe Pets Products. The holidays are always all about home–but perhaps never more so than they are this year. As our travels have been put on

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Dogs talk to us all the time, but too often, we don’t have a clue what they’re trying to tell us. In this article, you’ll learn how to correctly interpret what they’re saying via body language and avoid any awkward misunderstandings. “Cooper is aggressively attacking our cat!” Pete told me