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40 Excellent Ideas to Keep Your Dog Happy

Calendar Posted on Feb 07, 2014 by jhmiltz

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Dogs have the ability to make us happy everyday. With the running of excitement to greet you to the companionship of lying by your side as you read a book, it’s difficult to find a reason not to smile when you are around dogs. Have you ever given a thought to what makes your dog happy? We have and we wanted to share it with you. Here are our top 40 dog care tips for happiness.

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10 Ways to Develop and Maintain a Rewarding Relationship with Your Dog

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Your dog is your best friend. He listens, he helps you stay in shape and loves to snuggle. While you gain so much joy from having them in your life, return the favor and ensure that they are cared for at all times. These are the top 10 essentials to keep your dog safe, happy and healthy.

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Top 10 Benefits of Starting a Dog Business

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What’s better than going into business to increase dogs’ quality of life while also being successful? Americans love for dogs is continually growing at an expedited speed leading dog businesses to pop up around the country. Why? Well here are a few reasons to find out why people benefit from starting a dog business.

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Taking the Big Leap

Calendar Posted on Feb 02, 2014 by jhmiltz

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Let’s not sugar coat this, returning back to work after having children is extremely difficult. When balancing your home life with your work life, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. While the immediate tasks of caring and providing for your little ones throughout the day diminish, returning back to the 5 by 5 cubicle can become scary and challenging, but also rewarding.

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Dogs Provide Hope, Guidance and Business

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How can dogs help in making the transition to civilian life easier on veterans?  In general, petting a dog can lower one’s blood pressure and curve loneliness. Dogs have the ability to put a smile on our face when we are sad, angry and frustrated (even if it’s because they chewed on our brand new boots). Dogs will love and give us hope when no one else does. For these reasons, among others, veterans benefit from having a dog around. Some veterans are fortunate to receive trained service dogs to accompany them through daily hardships, by bringing a calming affect while knowing how the veteran feels during certain situations.

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