How to Remove Dog Stains and Smells From Your Car

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There are three easy ways to remove dog stains and smells from your car, using supplies you probably already have in your home: baking soda, mild soap and water, or vinegar and water. Read on to learn how to keep a clean and sweet smelling car, even with ‘dog’ as your constant copilot.


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What If You’re Allergic to Your Dog?

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Discovering you’re allergic to your dog is upsetting, but there’s no need to fret—dog allergies don’t have to undermine good times with your best friend. Unless the reaction is severe, you can take steps to make living with your beloved canine more comfortable. Here’s how to manage allergic reactions to your dog.


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Can Dogs Eat Holiday Foods?

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Yes, there are some holiday foods dogs can eat. But it’s important to know many holiday staples can make your dog sick, and others are downright dangerous for dogs to ingest. Below we cover the safety of common holiday foods, and offer tips to keep your dog safe from risky seasonal fair. Let’s start with the main course:


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What to Do If Your Dog Hates Car Rides

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You can train or condition your dog not to hate riding in the car, just as you trained him in basic obedience. Read on to learn how you can help your car-averse dog tolerate—perhaps, even enjoy—the ride.


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Is Your Dog a Senior?

Older dogs have a lot to offer. Photos by Jane Sobel Klonsky, Project Unconditional

Just like people, dogs slow down with age. But how do you know if your dog is a senior? And what can you expect as he gets older? Similar to people, aging in dogs is highly variable based on dog breed, size, health, and environment. But there are some . . .
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#MomentofChill 12.17.18: I’m Going to Catch You

Today's #MomentofChill stars an exuberant pup who simply loves the camera. Being outside has numerous benefits for a dog. Studies show that dogs who play outside regularly have fewer weight problems, . . .
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Best Dog Gifts for Christmas [2018]

Your best friend hopes to find something exciting under the tree on Christmas morning.

The very best dog gifts are a mix of functional, durable, and fun. Sturdy dog beds that hold up to constant chewing. Dog crates that are rugged, comfy, and portable. Dog toys your best friend can enjoy well beyond Christmas morning.


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A Guide to Dog Coat Types

Not all dog coats are the same.
From the neat, flat coat of the Labrador Retriever to the abundant shaggy mop of the Old English Sheepdog, a dog’s coat type is one of his most distinguishing features. Dog coat type refers to the differences in texture and length of the fur, and . . .
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