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Biking With Dog: How to Train Your Dog for Canine Cycling

Did you know that the average dog can run at speeds of 30 mph? That is more than 3 times the speed of the average human being, running at 8 mph! And, just in case you are curious about which dog breeds are the fastest and slowest, read our blog post here. If you are not able to keep up with your dog’s pace, why not try a bike ride with your canine friend? With your dog running alongside or pulling your bike in the fresh air and soaring speed; what more could you ask for?  Biking with your dog provides benefits for both of you. However, you should never simply strap a dog bike leash to your bike and...

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Best 10 Pieces Of Dog Exercise Equipment

Do you want your dog to be healthy and happy? Here’s why exercise is so important and the best exercise equipment to buy for your dog. Just like people, dogs need regular exercise to stay fit and healthy. As humans, our mental health is linked to our physical health, and the same goes for dogs. By exercising our dogs regularly, we can take care of their health and ours too! Usually, dogs need between 1 and 2 hours of exercise daily, depending on their breed and age. To learn about exercising your dog, including the best pieces of equipment that we recommend for exercising your dog, keep reading! Your pup will be grateful for the new experiences you introduce to...

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How to Put on a Dog Harness: A Step-By-Step Guide

Did you know that some dogs who wear a traditional collar and leash combination could be at risk for neck injuries? Jerking back the leash can cause your dog whiplash and bruising injuries, causing a great deal of discomfort and pain.  In more extreme situations, jerking the leash can crush the windpipe and cause fractures to the vertebrae. There are some breeds of dogs that are predisposed to develop trachea collapse, including Chihuahuas, Pomeranians, Shih Tzu's, Lhasa Apsos, Toy Poodles, and Yorkshire Terriers  In most cases, the owner does not intend to cause injury or pet health concerns to their beloved pet, but it can be avoided.  Instead of using a collar and leash, an excellent alternative is to purchase...

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Dog Skiing: 7 Tips For Skiing With Your Dog

Do you want to learn more about how to go skiing with your pup? Then read this blog post to discover the best tips for dog skiing! Skiing is a mountain sport where people can enjoy the incredible natural vista of the mountains in winter, whilst gliding along on skis or other equipment. But, did you know that you can get your pup involved too? Cross-country skiing, alpine touring, and skijoring are all activities that you can adapt to include your dog in - after all, why should they miss out on all the fun? You must make plenty of considerations before starting a winter sport with your dog, this guide is designed to give you all the tips you...

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Do Dogs Need Snow Boots? Cold Weather Recommendations

Do you want to know if boots are the perfect solution to protect dogs from snow, salt, and chemicals in winter? Then read this blog post to learn our recommendations. There is much debate on whether dog boots are necessary or not. However, we know that dog boots are the best protective gear available to protect dogs' paws from winter hazards. Experts always recommend preparing your dog for cold climates with dog booties. Dog boots can protect dogs' paws from the hot ground in the summer and ice, chemicals, and salt during the winter. Dog boots are necessary for dog sports like skijoring and dog mushing but are also needed for daily activities like walking during the winter. It’s not...

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