Fitness

(Picture Credit: AleksandarNakic/Getty Images) Summer is a perfect time for kids to do some bonding with their pups. The nice weather brings plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities that will allow kids to form deeper relationships with the dogs they love. Dogs can teach children a lot about compassion, empathy, and responsibility, too. Just remember to
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(Picture Credit: eyecrave/Getty Images) If you live on a farm, you know it’s more than a peaceful, picturesque slice of life in the countryside. It takes a lot of work to keep a farm going, and you usually need all the help you can get. Before many of our cherished dog breeds became our family
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(Picture Credit: alexei_tm/Getty Images) If you have a dog with seemingly endless energy, you probably need to find ways to keep your furry friend active throughout the day. When you don’t, your pooch may invent their own fun “activities” out of your shoes, books, furniture, or anything else they can possibly chew on. While a quick
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) It may surprise some dog lovers to learn that our pups don’t all automatically know how to play fetch. Even though it’s a stereotypical dog game, running after a toy and bringing it back doesn’t always come naturally to pooches. Fetch is a great form of both mental and physical exercise.
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(Picture Credit: Klaus Vedfelt/Getty Images) One of the best things our dogs do for us on a daily basis is make us happy. It sounds like a simple thing, yet it’s very important for us as pet parents and enriches our lives. There’s no better feeling than when we open the front door and see
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(Picture Credit: malamooshi/Getty Images) Many people think of fetch or tug-of-war when it comes to games to play with your dogs. However, there are some pups who might be too old, nervous, or just not thrilled with the prospect of one of these standard dog games. In fact, they might rather go for a long
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(Picture Credit: Karen Moskowitz/Getty Images) If you feel like you might be the only one who spoils their lovely pup, don’t worry because you certainly aren’t. Virtually everyone who’s a pet parent spoils their dog one way or another. And I’m sure when we hear the word “spoiled,” there’s some negativity attached to it. But
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(Picture Credit: PeopleImages/Getty Images) Heroism can be defined as courage, especially when under duress. A hero someone who selflessly comes in with a helping hand–or paw–for anyone who’s facing peril. And what’s great about heroes is they can come in any shape, form, or species–even a dog! We’ve often seen the heroics of Lassie on
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