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Wednesday January 28th, 2015 at 09:40 AMToday's "theme" over at BlogPaws is all about exercising your right to vote...in the 2015 BlogPaws Pet Blogger and Social Media Nose-to-Nose Awards, that is. So hurry on over and nominate your favorite pet blogs in a plethora of categoriesnominations are open through January 31, 2015!And let's not forget that January is also "Get Fit With Your Pet" Month. Let us know how you're ramping up
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Wednesday January 28th, 2015 at 09:30 AM
Last October we put down Dylan, our almost 13-year-old chocolate Labrador Retriever (and the best brown dog in the world). About a year earlier I wrote a post about finally acknowledging that he wouldnt be around much longer because he stopped running upstairs to the kitchen when he heard me making a meal (or doing anything with food).
Being a soft touch, I always dropped something I was making on the floor for him, but when he began to stay on the couch in basement instead of coming upstairs...
from Dog Blog Fun
Wednesday January 28th, 2015 at 08:29 AMThe Silence of Dogs in Cars Martin Usbornes photo series consists of over forty-five images of dogs gazing silently through car windows, often in the dead of night. The images, which are staged and highly cinematic, evoke a mood of loneliness and longing. They are not so much portraits of dogs as studies in separation: 
from Seattle DogSpot
Wednesday January 28th, 2015 at 08:23 AM
The Today Show ran the debut of Budweisers Super Bowl ad this morning featuring the Clydesdales and an irresistible Labrador Retriever puppy. (Is their any other kind?)
Its much better than the horrible ad Go Daddy posted, then removed yesterday after outrage over it swept across the internet like wildfire.
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from Travel, She Wrote
Wednesday January 28th, 2015 at 08:21 AM
There is still gold in them THAR hills. When you are looking for a peaceful, quiet, and relaxing getaway, you will definitely want to visit the Courtwood Inn, high on a hill, overlooking the forest and the town of Murphys. It is a new lovely modern and spacious log cabin home with a tennis theme. The pet friendly room is downstairs (the Davis Cup) so that you and your pooch can come and go through the outside patio door.
Each of the five rooms offer Microsilk spa tubs and fantastic views. Our...
from Pets Best Blog
Wednesday January 28th, 2015 at 08:00 AM
By Arden Moore, a certified dog and cat behaviorist with the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants. Arden is an author, radio host, and writer for Pets Best, a pet insurance agency for dogs and cats. Far too often, kittens are misunderstood by people. What people may regard as a misdeed, to a fast-growing kitten 
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from All Things Dog Blog
Wednesday January 28th, 2015 at 08:00 AMby Carrie Boyko, CEB AllThingsDogBlog.com Reach for the Treat, Oliver! If there's one thing my dogs would tell you if they could, it's always important to know who has the treats and how they can score one. Today's Doga practice landed each of them a Z-Filet for effort. Oliver did a nice job dancing and twirling, while Tanner supervised Patches--no easy task during this photo session. Watch for more of our #SuperDogSunday antics after the party date. We'll be sure to share some bloopers as... Wednesday January 28th, 2015 at 07:30 AMAt the horse farm that I wrote about Monday, Elsa got to play with two of the owners dogs. This black and white Bully type named Dora was 8 months old but pretty intense but wanted to play after the initial meet. Today's blog, Monday's and Tuesday's blogs are all about asking, reading, feedbackand watching. Many people think that you just toss your dog into the ring of life and let them figure it out. WRONGO. It is our job to know when and when not to allow interactions. If we do allow an...