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Why you should get an LED collar for your dog

LED light up dog collars can make romping around at night safe as well as fun! Whether you’re out on a family summer camping trip, or just taking a quick night-time stroll around the neighborhood, light up collars can help keep your canine safe and visible even in darkness. Why LED Dog Collars Rock LED light up dog collars are handy for a number of reasons: Keep Track Of Your Pooch at Night. LED dog collars are fantastic for keeping track of your dog at night. While you may not need to see your pooch glowing around in your backyard, they’re great for many outdoor situations, such as impromptu trips to the beach at night or camping in the woods. Instead...

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Amazing Guide To Dog Breeds - Helping You Choose Your Next Dog

There are so many dog breeds. And here I thought there would be a maximum of 10 but turns out there are more than 20 dog breeds. The most interesting thing? The fact that each and every one of them is unique and different in their own way. You might think their personalities don’t matter. However, you’d be furthest from the truth. You see, what If you are a runner and your dog is a lazy ass? We wouldn’t want that now, would we? That is why Grace Gogarty is here to help. She has created a series of dog breeds explaining every dog’s habits and whatnot. So you will be able to choose the right one for yourself. At the...

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This Chart Tells You When It’s Too Cold To Walk Your Dog; Thank Us Later

Want to walk your dog? Well, I won’t stop you unless it’s freezing cold out there. While you might not feel as cold, do remember that humans wear clothes. Yes, I am aware that dogs have a thin or a thick coat of fur depending on their breed. It doesn’t, however, stop dogs from suffering from hypothermia. Via Pixabay This is exactly the reason the Veterinarian Dr. Kim Smyth has created a chart which shows pet owners when it is safe to go out with your pet and when to stay in. So that you’ll always know when it is too cold for your canine best friend to go out. The chart had a recommendation based on the dog’s breed and size...

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