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  • The Most Pet-Friendly Restaurants in Every State
    Dogs were given the title "man's best friend" for a reason -- if it were up to us, they'd never leave our side. Unfortunately, when it comes to dining out, the options to bring your pup along can be limited. So, we've been on the hunt for dog-friendly restaurants that are both enjoyable for our pups as well as our palates. Whether you're traveling with your furry friend or just want a good excuse to change up your dinner plans, we've tracked down the restaurants across America that will greet your pets with open arms (and sometimes their very own menus). More...
  • Is Your Dog Ready to Welcome Holiday Guests?
    Preparing Villager Dogs for Welcoming Holiday Family and Friends Guests The December holidays are busy times for many Villager residents with family and friends coming for visits for Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas and New Years. More...
  • How to Remove Pet Hair From Practically Anything
    Pet hair, don't care. If figuring out how to remove pet hair from clothing and more is the price we pay for all the cuddles, wet kisses, and fun we have with our furry friends, it's worth it. More...
  • Five Florida Plants That Are Dangerous For Your Pet
    Unfortunately, the beauty of your yard or garden can cause a trip to the Animal Hospital emergency room for an unexpected nibbler. Although there are hundreds of species of plants that commonly grow in Florida, only a small percentage are harmful to your pet. If you don't know the plants that grow in your yard, now is a good time to browse the Internet for pictures. More...
  • Top Dog Breeds For Retirees
    The diversity within the dog species is really quite remarkable. They range from 4-pound Chihuahuas to 200-pound Great Danes, have fur anywhere from hairless to triple coats to long and shaggy, and their temperaments vary greatly as well. More...
  • Don't do this in a hotel!
    It's tempting to bring your furry friends on trips with you, but don't do it without asking if the hotels you're staying in are pet-friendly. More...
  • 13 Warning Signs Your Dog Is in Pain
    If you see any of these symptoms in your darling pet, they're an indication you need to send him to the vet STAT. More...
  • Dogs Can Be Identified by Their Noseprints
    You've heard that a person's fingerprints are unique and can be used to identify them, but did you know the same applies a dog's nose print? This actually isn't brand-new information. The Canadian Kennel Club has been using prints as proof of identity since 1938. It's believed to be reliable than dog tags, which can be easily lost, and it's less invasive than microchipping. Microchipping can also fail. Once a nose print is in the system, however, it's always there. More...
  • What you need to know about the toxic blue-green algae that's killing dogs
    The blooms can be found in fresh and salt water and multiply in hot weather. More...
  • Hot Weather Dogs: Tips for Keeping Your Canine Cool
    Hot Weather Dogs: Tips for Keeping Your Canine Cool. Whether fluffy or sleek, most dogs can be healthy and active in the heat, provided they get plenty of access to drinking water and shade. More...
  • Thinking of getting a dog? Read this first!
    Are you considering buying a puppy? What challenges are you most worried about? Choosing a dog means that you are basically volunteering to be a dog parent. More...
  • Protecting Your Furniture From Dog Hair And Nails
    Your dog loves your furniture as much as you do but your pants don't agree. Here are a few ways to protect furniture from dog hair and scratches. More...
  • 4 Tips To Make Working From Home With Dogs Easier
    Workingfrom Home with Dogs should not be a challenge. More...
  • How to Keep Dogs Calm During Fireworks
    Here's a snapshot of some of the essential stress-reducers we suggest taking advantage of to calm your pooch during the 4th! More...
  • Dogs in Hot Cars and on Hot Pavement
    Every year, dogs suffer and die when their guardians make the mistake of leaving them in a parked car--even for "just a minute"--while they run an errand. Parked cars are deathtraps for dogs: On a 78-degree day, the temperature inside a parked car can soar to 100 degrees in just minutes, and on a 90-degree day, the interior temperature can reach as high as 109 degrees in less than 10 minutes. More...
  • Keep pets safe in the heat
    How and where to cool animals down when temperatures soar. The summer months can be uncomfortable--even dangerous--for pets and people. It's difficult enough simply to cope with rising temperatures, let alone thick humidity, but things really get tough in areas that are hit with the double blow of intense heat and storm-caused power outages, sometimes with tragic results. More...
  • How to Potty Train a Puppy: A Comprehensive Guide for Success
    Teaching your new puppy to potty at the right time and place is one of the most important first steps you can take for a long, happy life together. House soiling is among the top reasons why dogs lose their homes or end up in shelters. Few people are willing to put up with a dog who destroys rugs and flooring, or who leaves a stinky mess that you have to clean after a hard day at work. More...
  • Watermelon and Yogurt Frozen Dog Treats (Pupsicles)
    Make a big batch of these two-ingredient Watermelon and Yogurt Frozen Dog Treats to keep your pup cool this summer! More...
  • The Complete Guide to Traveling With Your Dog
    Taking your dog along can make the family vacation more fun for everyone, if you plan carefully. Here are some trip tips to make traveling with your dog enjoyable. More...
  • Dogs and the Holidays
    Preparing Villager Dogs for Welcoming Holiday Family and Friends Guests. The December holidays are busy times for many Villager residents with family and friends coming for visits for Hanukkah, Christmas and New Years.These visitors, children and grandchildren and special happenings may affect the Villager's family dog More...
  • Is your dog trying to tell you something?
    According to Dr. Gary Richter, one of the top veterinarians in the world, many dogs are at risk of serious health issuesÉ but their owners may be missing the warning signs. More...

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