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Dog Noses

Fido’s Nose Knows (and LOVES) You

Scientists have confirmed that you are your dog’s favorite smell, according to research from a new study conducted by the Center for Neuropolicy at Emory University, led by Neuroscientist Gregory Berns. The noses of pooches in Boston, Worchester, Springfield and Lowell, Mass. can discriminate a number of scents, just like their canine counterparts in the […]

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Keep your dog safe on Halloween

5 Halloween Tips to Keep Your Pup Safe

Halloween celebrations in the Bay State (including Boston, Worcester Springfield, and Lowell) are plentiful and pooches often go on parade alongside their pet parents in style. But the veterinary experts at Pet Health Network offer these five safety tips to keep in mind: 1. Dogs may not fare well Halloween festivities! The noise and excitement […]

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Do not pet working dogs

Service Dog Etiquette

Is it ever okay to pet an on-duty service dog?  Service dogs in Boston, Lowell, Worcester and Springfield provide invaluable assistance to those they serve and aren’t all that different from their canine counterparts in other parts of the U.S. When you see one of these special animals out in public with their owner it’s […]

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Fearless Dog

Make Your Dog Fearless

Getting a new puppy or even bringing home a new dog is always exciting! As we know, it’s not always roses when our new additions come home with us. Some dogs have potty training issues, some have aggression issues, some are incredibly fearful and the list goes on and on. For any potty training issues, […]

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Walk Your Dog - Off Leash K9 Training

Daily Dog Walks: Timing Is Everything

The importance of daily exercise to your dog’s health can’t be overstated. Taking your pooch for a walk is an important ritual for bonding as well as for his or her fitness routine. And the exercise is most likely an added benefit for you, too. Experts share some tips about establishing the best time of […]

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