1. Articles in category: Love Your Pets

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    1. How Technology in Pet Care is Moving Forward

      How Technology in Pet Care is Moving Forward

      This is a fascinating article that we thought we would share. It's called How Technology Is Changing The Pet Care Industry.

      It has some interesting insights on the use of technology in the pet care industry. Here's a short excerpt:

      Pet owners want the best for their loved companions. And pet industry businesses want to make sure they are capitalizing on the latest market trends. 

      Take a look at the rest of the article for some specific examples and for more context...

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    2. Healthy Coat Tips from the Top Pet Care Experts

      Healthy Coat Tips from the Top Pet Care Experts

      Their pets having a shiny coat is something that pet owners want. However, some of the normal pet care practices prevent this. In this article, we learn of a couple of fascinating tips from various pet shops and pet blogs that tackle this age-old issue. It's from Advantage Pet Care and it's called aptly called Keeping Your Pet's Coat Healthy and Shiny.

      It shares some fascinating insights. This one is particularly intriguing:

      When getting your pet used to clippers, hair dryers and other grooming tools, it is important to introduce them slowly and in a positive environment ...

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    3. Disaster Preparedness Plan for Pet Owners

      Disaster Preparedness Plan for Pet Owners

      If you fail to prepare, then you should prepare to fail. This rings true even to pet ownership.

      In this interesting article from Dr. Alex Hynes she gives us some great advice on how to craft a fool-proof pet disaster plan. Here's one part of of it that's really thought-provoking:

      You may only need to be away from home for a day or two, however it is often best to prepare for being away longer, so that you have everything you need. Perhaps over a couple of days, just note down everything you need when it comes to ...

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    4. Dog Exercises That You Can Do in Any Weather

      Dog Exercises That You Can Do in Any Weather

      Here's a fascinating article from Advantage Pet Care. It's called Fun Dog Exercise Ideas to Try Out.

      It shares some great suggestions on. Here's most of what they list:

      1. Mix it up when walking
      2. Make a splash with your dog
      3. Keep dog exercise fun with toys
      4. Get back to nature
      5. Rug up and hit the park
      6. Learn from each other
      7. Mix it up when walking

      Take a look at the rest of this article for a more in-depth understanding of each of these items.

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    5. Adamant Dog Refuses to Walk

      Adamant Dog Refuses to Walk

      Here's a fascinating article from the Indian Express. It's called A Video of a Dog Lying on Its Back and Refusing to Walk Started a Viral Thread on Twitter.

      Here's a short excerpt for your enjoyment:

      As the video went viral, garnering over 3 million views, many said it was just what they needed to get through troubling times. Other dog owners responded by sharing photos of their pets in similar situations. The thread of adamant dogs lying on their back and refusing to walk is now going viral.

      To see the viral thread that the video ...

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    6. Mourning Dolly, Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston's White Shepherd

      Mourning Dolly, Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston's White Shepherd

      Losing a pet is never easy. Even celebrities mourn their beloved dog when they pass. Here's a fascinating story as told from the celebrity column of Today. It's called Justin Theroux and Jennifer Anniston Dog Dolly Dies After a Heroic Struggle.

      Here's a short but sweet excerpt:

      As the sun sets, Dolly can be seen stretched out on the grass with wildflowers and petals scattered on her bright white fur. In one photo, someone burns sage near the canine. In another, two hands — which, based on a tattoo and a beauty mark, are believed to be Theroux ...

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    7. How to Make Your Dog Look like a Model for Dog Shampoo

      How to Make Your Dog Look like a Model for Dog Shampoo

      A lot of us take steps to get glossy, healthy-looking hair--but do you know how to do the same for your dog? Give your dog a shiny, beautiful coat by reading this article by House My Dog.

      Here's one I found interesting:

      The trick with bathing your dog is not to do it too often so as not to strip the essential oils from their skin. How often depends on a number of factors: the type of fur they have, the length of the coat, how dirty they get.

      Want to make your dog look like he or she ...

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    8. Beautiful Garden Benches that You Can DIY

      Beautiful Garden Benches that You Can DIY

      Thought we'd share this fascinating article from Inbound Marketing Summit. It's called 50+ DIY Garden Bench Ideas - Free Plans for Outdoor Benches.

      Here's a short excerpt:

      On the off chance that you need to appreciate the peacefulness of your nursery, you’ll need an agreeable spot to sit.

      It shares some pictures of a variety of designs and some even come with instructional guides. There are a few others that even have YouTube video links to help you create the perfect outdoor seating for you and your precious garden.

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    9. What Plants to Avoid If You Have Cats--And What to Get Instead

      What Plants to Avoid If You Have Cats--And What to Get Instead

      Pet owners need to put a little more thought into what they plant in their gardens and in pots indoors. There are plants that can cause adverse reactions in animals particularly if they ingest it.

      If you're a cat owner, you'd best read this article by Rover.com. It lists 5 plants that are toxic to your feline friends and 5 plants you can grow instead. But why would cats eat plants anyway?

      “There could be a nutritional deficiency in a cat’s a diet that promotes him to snack on plant material,” Dr. Mahaney explains. Cats could ...

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    10. Fun Volunteering Ideas to Beef Up Your Resume

      Fun Volunteering Ideas to Beef Up Your Resume

      Bored on weekends or nothing to do during the summer break? Hit two birds with one stone: extracurricular activities! This is an opportunity to do something you truly enjoy while making steps in the career of your choice. You'll be able to put it on your resume and have a great story to tell your interviewers.

      Jake Butler of Save The Student lists fun extracurricular activities for students who want to pursue anything from outdoorsy careers to government-based careers to healthcare and everything in between.

      Here's something I'd do even as an adult:

      Volunteering with the National ...

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    11. Pet Therapy in the Workplace: The Benefits of Having an Office Dog

      Pet Therapy in the Workplace: The Benefits of Having an Office Dog

      Pet owners have long known that their furry friends significantly reduce stress and make them happier human beings. Companies have recently joined the bandwagon with "bring your dog to work day" programs and having office pets. And while you might think that this trend is reserved for businesses dominated by creatives and young entrepreneurs, you'd be surprised to find that a law office has adopted it too.

      Micheal Tiyce, principal at Tiyce and Lawyers, writes for Smart Company on 6 reasons he thinks every office should have an office dog. He brings his adorable schnauzer Ferdinand with him every ...

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    12. How to Properly Introduce A Dog to A Cat

      How to Properly Introduce A Dog to A Cat

      For those who want a multi-pet household but are nervous about the possibility of a daily scratching-biting fest, we strongly suggest you read this article on how to properly introduce a dog to a new cat. 

      Fido&Co. writes:

      Your goal during this introduction is to help both animals become familiar with one another in small baby steps, or doses if you like. The friendship between a cat and a dog depends upon friendly familiarity.

      What are the baby steps you can take in having a cat and dog living peacefully under the same home? Read on to find out!

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    13. How Retirees can Turn a Passion into a Sidehustle

      How Retirees can Turn a Passion into a Sidehustle

      There are a lot of things we enjoy that have taken a backseat as we grew up. Retirement is a time when many of us want to revisit these old passions. But sometimes, it becomes discouraging because it costs too much time and money. But what if there was a way to make it worthwhile? What if you could use your passion to build post-work income?

      MarketWatch lists 4 ways that you can transform your passion into extra income even in the later years. Here's one that's gotten me pretty excited:

      Whether you’re a polished piano player ...

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    14. How To Pick A Good Chew Toy for Your Dog

      How To Pick A Good Chew Toy for Your Dog

      Chew toys are great for exercising the jaw, helping maintain oral hygiene, and alleviating boredom for our furry pals. But there are a lot of dangers involved in chew toys. They can be stuck in the dog's digestive or respiratory tract, cause teeth breakage, or include harmful chemicals that could impact the health of our dogs. So among the rows and rows of chew toys, how do you pick the right one?

      C.C. Holland of Whole Dog Journal gives an in-depth look at common materials used in chew toy manufacture and the pros and cons of each. Regardless ...

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    15. The Importance of Social Impact in Business Today

      The Importance of Social Impact in Business Today

      More and more people are becoming aware of social issues, and this has translated to a shift in what applicants are looking for in prospective companies. Paul Pollizotto of Chief Executive talks about this trend that is changing business leaders today:

      A company’s social impact strategy isn’t only essential for its brand image, it’s also imperative for its bottom line. From an investment standpoint, a company’s environmental, social and governance (ESG) metrics matter. 

      Learn more about the benefits of integrating social impact by reading the full article. 

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    16. Scientific Evidence That Our Pets Really Do Love Us

      Scientific Evidence That Our Pets Really Do Love Us

      Do you ever wonder if your pets love you as much as you love them? Here's a great article from The Guardian that we thought we would share with you.

      It's called Do Our Pets Ever Really Love Us and it shares some interesting insights. This one's something that we thought you'd like to know:

      In all mammals (including humans) production of this hormone spikes when individuals are sexually aroused, while giving birth and while nursing offspring. It also rises when we see those that we love, particularly close family members. Interestingly, dogs respond with an ...

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    17. Choosing Your Cat Breed

      Choosing Your Cat Breed

      Looking to get a pet cat? Here's a fascinating article from the Catmantoo that we thought we would share with you. It's called Is the Bengal Breed Right for You?

      It shares some insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Bengals ARE NOT considered “lap-cats”and most will struggle/cry if held.  I had one lady tell me her Bengal is super affectionate and a lap cat with her, but still doesn’t like being picked up by her. and will run away from other family members that try to pat/pick him up.

      Take a look at the ...

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    18. Is it Possible to be Procrastinator and Still be Productive?

      Is it Possible to be Procrastinator and Still be Productive?

      Here's a fascinating article from the Fast Company. It's called I Turned My Procrastination Habit Into a Productivity Hack.

      It shares some insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      I have a reputation for gettings things done. It’s very possible that I’ve tricked them all, but I think it’s because I use procrastination as a tool. I put off one task by working on something else, and the result is that I get something useful done most days—even if it’s not the thing I wanted to do.

      Take a look at the rest of ...

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    19. Tips on Going on Holiday With Your Pets

      Tips on Going on Holiday With Your Pets

      Stumbled upon this interesting piece from Advantage Petcare. It's titled Dog-Friendly Camping Tips for a Relaxing Holiday.

      It gives us some truly helpful tips. This one, in particular, we thought was worth the share:

      One of the best aspects of embarking on a dog-friendly camping trip is exploring some of Australia’s pristine nature. Quite often this includes spectacular bodies of water, that also make for refreshing swim spots. However, vet-n-pet DIRECT explains that it’s important to be vigilant and make sure your dog doesn’t drink sea water or any water from dams, creeks or rivers. Even ...

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    20. On Pet Ownership and Stress Relief

      On Pet Ownership and Stress Relief

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the blog called Snappy Affiliate. It’s titled Relieving Stress With The Help Of Pets.

      In it, James Ross offers some thought-provoking perspectives about pet ownership. Talking about dogs, he says:

      When they start to love a person, such will continue and will never end until the end of their lives. They are also capable of relieving your stress and feeling of frustration because they are the best company and friend a person could ever have.

      To find out more about James' perspectives on pets, take a look at the rest of ...

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    21. Where Does the Liability for Defective Products Lie?

      Where Does the Liability for Defective Products Lie?

      Came across this fascinating piece from Tamebay that thoroughly piqued our interest. The title is Could Responsibility for Defective Products from Chinese Sellers Rest with Marketplaces? and we thought it would be awesome to share it with you.

      Chris Dawson gives us an interesting look. Here’s an excerpt that caught our attention:

      A ruling in a US court has for the first time suggested that Amazon could be responsible for defective products sold by their third-party merchants. This has far-reaching implications as, if upheld, it could ultimately lead to marketplaces being accountable for all products sold on their platforms ...

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    22. The 101 on Relieving Your Pet's Anxiety When You Just Can't Shield Them From Fireworks Going Off

      The 101 on Relieving Your Pet's Anxiety When You Just Can't Shield Them From Fireworks Going Off

      Came across this fascinating piece from Life Hacker that thoroughly piqued our interest. The title is How to Calm Your Dog When There are Fireworks Going Off and we thought it would be awesome to share it with you.

      It shares with us some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      It would be great if your dog were used to the sounds of fireworks, but the day they’re going off is not the time to attempt to teach them. If you do want to desensitize your pup, you’d have to start weeks or months in advance, playing ...

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    23. How To Help Pets Beat the Heat [Stroke]

      How To Help Pets Beat the Heat [Stroke]

      With summer just around the corner, we thought you would appreciate the 101 on heat stroke in pets. Dr. Alex Haynes walks us through symptoms of heatstroke, first aid treatment, and prevention. 

      She writes:

      If your pet is suffering from heat stroke, they will need urgent veterinary attention as it can be life-threatening. Importantly- there are steps you can take in those first minutes that can make all the difference.

      Learn how to keep your pets cool by reading the full article!

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    24. How and Why You Should Incorporate Meditation into Your Daily Routine

      How and Why You Should Incorporate Meditation into Your Daily Routine

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the blog pages of Dr. Sara Gottfried. It’s called Meditation: Precision Medicine for the Brain and Body.

      It offers some thought-provoking perspectives. Here’s one that we thought was interesting:

      Recently I’ve begun a daily walking meditation with my dog. It takes ten to thirty minutes, and you don’t need a dog to reap the benefits.7 It’s an intentional form of walking slowly and meditatively, where you walk ten to thirty small and natural steps, then retrace your steps.

      To find out more, take a look at ...

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