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Why the World Needs Purebred Dogs

May 1 is National Purebred Dog Day, a day to appreciate the centuries-old tradition of breeding dogs for specifically valued traits. While mixed breeds are cool, too, there are good reasons to support purebreds.

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7 Things You Didn’t Know About the Boxer

Built like athletes, Boxers are a sporty dog breed that is both easily-trained and friendly with others. Learn more about these popular family dogs with our 7 things you need to know about Boxers!

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Dog Walking Etiquette

Have you ever considered there is a certain way you, as a pup parent, should behave when walking your furry child? Here’s a helpful list of do’s and don’ts to help you master dog-walking, prevent potential problems with other dogs and people you encounter on your walks, and make it an overall enjoyable experience for both you and your pup!

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5 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day with Your Dog

Earth Day is a reminder to respect and care for the planet that provides us with water, air and so much more. Since both humans and our furry friends are important parts of this amazing world, we can all get involved in giving thanks to Mother Earth.

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6 Things You Didn’t Know About the Bulldog

Bulldogs are a fan-favorite for many reasons, landing them the #16 spot on PuppySpot’s list of most popular dog breeds! Learn more about the adorable Bulldog with these 6 need-to-know facts!

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The Link Between Animal Cruelty and Violence Against Humans

The public often condemns animal abuse and domestic abuse as separate issues, but there is evidence clearly linking the two.

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These 10 PuppySpot Puppies Would Like to Wish You a Happy Easter

Easter Sunday is a time for family to get together, have egg hunts and celebrate rebirth in spring. And when puppies get involved, it makes the holiday all the more enjoyable!

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SERIES: When The Bite’s Bigger Than The Bark: Aggression in Dogs Part 3

Just like humans, dogs have faults and behaviors that need correcting. And one of those common issues is aggression. In this final part to our special series, we hold a microscope to four additional classifications of aggression.

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SERIES: When The Bite’s Bigger Than The Bark: Aggression in Dogs Part 2

To better equip you with information and tools for how to rehabilitate an aggressive dog, in the second part of our three part series, we explore four additional types of aggression, the respective motives and recommended training approaches.

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SERIES: When The Bite’s Bigger Than The Bark: Aggression in Dogs Part 1

Aggression in dogs is a scary, yet complex behavioral pattern, but is common and treatable with an intensive training plan. By watching out for the signs early on and addressing them, aggression issues can be overcome.

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Human Health Benefits Related to Dog Ownership

You’ve probably heard about all the emotional benefits that come along with having a furry friend – joy, love, companionship, loyalty, compassion. But, what about the physical health benefits?

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A Guide to Fido’s First Aid Kit: What’s in Your Doggy Bag?

In celebration of First Aid Kit Awareness, we’ve put together a comprehensive list of items to include in your dog’s emergency medical kit.

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