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Spring Cover Shoot with Doxie Pups from Agape

How fun and adorable is a cover shoot with 3-month-old doxie pups? About as fun and adorable as you can imagine! Check out all of the cuteness and grin as wide as your face. Then, once you've ooo'd and aww'd for a few minutes, learn how to help pups like these by supporting Agape's special campaign.

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Happy Campers: A Roundup of Local Doggie Daycare Options

Check out five local pet resorts that offer your pooch pal a day full of fun while you're at work...

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6 Holiday Pet Safety Tips

How to have a safe holiday season with your pet...

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Flying With Fido: Do or Don't?

Is air travel right for you and your pet? 

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Canine Water + Swim Safety

Summer is the perfect time to get out and enjoy cool water with your canine companion, whether by pool, stream, lake or ocean. However, many dogs die needlessly each year because the necessary safety precautions were not taken...

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Stand-Up Paddling Goes to the Dogs

Music City’s water ways are a great place to teach your dog a new trick

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Rex in the City

Local summer fun for you and Fido around town

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6 Ways to Go Green with your Pet

Going green with your pet pals is easier than you may think. Here's how...

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Adventures in Dogscaping


The journey toward taming our turf

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Restraining Rover on the Road

The only thing my dog Dodger loves more than riding in the back of our SUV is leaping back and forth from the rear cargo area to the backseat. That type of system probably won’t land me on a top ten list for safe travelers, yet I was never bothered by Dodger’s acrobatics nor thought much about it—that is, until the birth of my son, Alex. The arrival of the baby in February brought Dodger’s free-wheeling road style to an abrupt end.  Although Dodger is fond of his new riding buddy, he hasn’t yet adjusted to the car seat I’ve unwittingly situated in the exact place he uses as a springboard. However, Dodger is not one to be deterred by an obstacle as small as a sleeping newborn, so he promptly began leaping over Alex in an effort to maintain his reign over the former doggie domain. That’s when I decided it was time for a canine restraint harness...

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