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Under One Woof February Gift Card Extravaganza

February 2, 2023 By admin

We’re spreading the love this month by offering you a PAWesome deal that you can’t pass up! From now until February 28th, 2023 get a huge discount on gift cards. Get yours now before the deal ends! Get $5 extra with the purchase of a $25 Gift CertificateGet $10 extra with the purchase of a $50 Gift CertificateGet $25 extra with the purchase of a $100 Gift Certificate Watch the quick tutorial video below to see how to purchase your gift certificates. Get Gift Card… Read More
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How to Puppy-Proof Your Home

January 31, 2023 By admin

There are few things more exciting than bringing home a new puppy. Those little bundles of fur and joy are full of cuddles, happiness and lifelong companionship. With those snuggle sessions and puppy breath comes sharp teeth, boundless energy, and a penchant for finding trouble. So, before bringing home a puppy it’s important to tour your home and make sure it’s safe for your new arrival. Let’s take a look at some simple steps you can take to puppy-proof your home: Organize your electronic cords Puppies are professionals at finding and chewing things they shouldn’t. At the very top of… Read More
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Dog Sports Anyone Can Try Out

January 22, 2023 By admin

You’ve seen the Border Collies zipping through weaving poles, you’ve watched the Labradors jumping meters into a lake, and you can all imagine a team of sled dogs running full-steam ahead. All of these are sports for our canines. While they may seem too advanced for some, the truth is that there is plenty that is friendly for any breed and any age. If you ever wondered about getting yourself and your dog involved in a sporting event, now is the time! The physical and mental health benefits for both you and your dog are tremendous. No matter your skill… Read More
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Dogs on the World Stage: Bulldog

January 16, 2023 By admin

The American Kennel Club (AKC) National Championship is the Super Bowl of dog shows. With over 5,000 dogs competing in the 7 breed groups (Sporting, Working, Toy, Non-Sporting, etc.), the 22nd annual AKC National Championship held in mid-December revealed a new “star.” The AKC crowned its newest champion, Star, with the Best in Show title. Star is a 3 ½ year old bulldog owned by a couple from Texas. To celebrate Star’s historic win, let’s take a deeper look at the bulldog. The bulldog, also known as an English Bulldog, originated (not shockingly) in England.  They were first bred for… Read More
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Five New Year Resolutions for Dog Owners

January 9, 2023 By admin

Few things are as motivating as the beginning of a new year. The excitement of new possibilities spurs many people into acting on things they have been putting off. Resolutions aren’t just for improving yourself, they can be used to help encourage a healthier and more present lifestyle with your best four-legged friend as well. Below are five approachable New Year Resolutions for dog owners that will set you and your dog up for a wonderful 2023. 1.       Get outside on more walks Exercising is the top resolution each new year. Why? All the physical and mental… Read More
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Dogs on the World Stage: Dogo Argentino

December 31, 2022 By admin

Dogs are man’s best friend across the globe. Coming in all shapes, sizes, colors, and temperaments – each piece of the world boasts unique dog breeds. In honor of Argentina winning the World Cup, let’s explore their most iconic breed: the Dogo Argentino. The name is pretty on the nose – the dog of Argentina. This large, muscular breed can appear quite intimidating at first glance growing to be between 80-100lbs. With a square head, strong jaws, and impressive physique, they have all the outward makings of a great guard dog. In actuality, the Dogo Argentino was bred to hunt. Read More
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How to Successfully Road Trip with Your Dog

December 26, 2022 By admin

It’s that time of year when most people are preparing to travel to visit family and loved ones during the holidays. For many, that includes bringing their dog along for the ride. Before you have your dog jump into the car, it’s important to make sure both you and he are prepared for the journey. With a little bit of preparation, you can help make sure your dog has an easy ride. Safety first First and foremost, safety is key. Seat belts aren’t just for you and your passengers, they’re for dogs too. If you are unable to crate your… Read More
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Three Dog-Friendly Holiday Activities

December 19, 2022 By admin

The best part of the holiday season is spending time with friends and family. Dropping off letters to the North Pole and visiting Santa are just a few of the common activities many families participate in. As many people begin to treat their pets like their own children, our furry best friends are now getting into the holiday spirit. As more places become dog-friendly, the options for including your dog in the family holiday are increasing. Keep reading to see what three dog-friendly holiday activities you can include your dog in: 1.       Visit Santa Paws Most people… Read More
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2022 Holiday Gift Guide for Dog Lovers

December 11, 2022 By admin

The holidays are quickly approaching and most people are busy crossing off boxes on their gift shopping list. It can be a struggle to find the perfect gift for those you love most, but when it comes to the dog lovers in your life, there are plenty of options. For most dog owners, any gift showcasing their precious pooch is a hit. Here are some unique gifts for the dog mom and dad in your life this holiday season: 1.       Custom socks Socks are a popular stocking stuffer but lack the pizzazz of some other gifts. Take… Read More
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4 Cold-Weather Essentials for Your Dog

December 7, 2022 By admin

The moderate fall temperatures are beginning to decline and the frigid, winter feel is creeping in. Much like humans, our animal friends can struggle as our climate turns cold. Sidewalks can freeze and be covered in salt, which poses a serious risk to our dogs’ paws, and winds can whip at a bitter rate causing a lot of distress when outside. To avoid the pitfalls winter weather can pose for your dog, consider these four dog-approved winter weather essentials: 1. Dog boots/paw protectors Have you ever stuck your bare hand in the snow and held it there for a few… Read More
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