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Dog-Friendly Activities in Washington, D.C.

Our nation’s capital is full of history, culture and national pride, attracting tourists from all over the world. Along with human visitors to Washington, D.C., come their four-legged friends ready to explore.

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Dog-Friendly Dallas: Parks, Restaurants and Hotels for Fido

The most populous city in Texas is Dallas: home to many a cowboy, cowgirl and cow-pup. Luckily, Dallas welcomes city slickers of both two and four legs to participate in much of what the city has to offer.

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A List of Dog-Friendly Places in San Francisco

San Francisco is one of the most puppy-friendly cities in the country; in fact, the city has more dogs than kids! Because of this, you’re sure to find plenty of places in the city to spend with your four-legged friend.

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Your Puppy’s Development: 6-12 months

Congratulations, your puppy is now reaching adolescence! During these “teenage years” you can expect your pup to be a bit of a handful, but she’ll emerge as a full-grown doggy adult before you know it and you will miss these silly puppy days. S

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Best Boston Restaurants and Bars to Bring Fido

Since dogs are like our family, it’s no surprise we like to take them everywhere with us. Thankfully in Boston, the third-most puppy-loving city in the country, there are plenty of public places where Fido is very welcome.

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Dog Parks in LA, Ranked

Dog parks are the perfect opportunity for your pup to get exercise, socialize with other canines and blow off some steam. Luckily, if you’re looking for a park in Los Angeles, there are plenty of good ones to choose from.

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Hiking Hot Spots in LA to Try with Your Dog

Hiking is a quintessential Los Angeles activity that your dog is bound to partake in. If your pup is fit enough, then she’ll love the following trails we’ve picked out for you in the City of Angels!

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7 Top Dog Parks of NYC

New York City is home to hundreds of thousands of dogs, and with all those pups, there needs to be somewhere for them to play. Check out these 7 dog parks to take your pup in the most dog-loving city in the nation.

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Your Puppy’s Development: 5 Weeks

Week five is when a puppy is exposed to new faces other than his mom and littermates. At this age, your puppy appears more playful and curious by the day. She is exploring the world around her and learning how to interact with others.

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How to Minimize Separation Anxiety When You Must Leave Your Pet

We love spending time with our dogs and if we could have it our way, they would accompany us on all adventures – vacations and business trips included! We’ve partnered with DogVacay, an online service that connects pet owners with loving pet-sitters, to share their best practices for minimizing separation anxiety.

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How to Plan the “Pawfect Birthday Pawty” for Your Pooch

While it may seem like a frivolous idea, a pup b-day party is a great reason to get a group of like-minded dog lovers and their furry children together and snap some adorable photos that will last a lifetime.

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Puppy Bowl vs. Super Bowl: Get Ready for Some Ruff-housing!

While football fans crowd around to watch the Super Bowl, dog lovers will also turn to the Puppy Bowl, featuring 78 adorable rescue pups this year. Let’s see just how much the two programs have in common.

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How Your Dog Can Help You Make Friends and Meet People

Owning a dog comes with many perks. There’s the unconditional love, health benefits and sense of security, just to name a few. But what you may not know is that your furry friend can offer you companionship from humans, too.

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