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My New Book Helps People Deal with the Loss of a Pet

My New Book Helps People Deal with the Loss of a Pet

I’m excited to announce the publication of my NEW book “My Dog, My Love, My Best Friend”, available at BowsieWowsie.com. The book is based on the special relationship I had with my whippet, Golda, (who passed away in 2015). Following the loss of two other whippets last year within the space of six months from cancer, my wife Sherry and I were devastated by the loss of our dogs Lydia and Olive. They were only nine and eleven years old respectively; a young age for whippets.

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Keeping Your Hot Dog Cool

Keeping Your Hot Dog Cool

Wow, it sure is hot this summer! Have you thought about how the summer heat affects your dog? Humans can usually find shade, go to the pool and even hangout in the air conditioning. But your dog doesn’t always have these choices. Here are some tips on how to keep you hot dog cool.

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Do Our Dogs Really Care About Us?

Do Our Dogs Really Care About Us?

If you’re like me, you’ve probably wondered whether your dog actually cares about you. Yeah, sure, they bark at you, lick on you and do other cute things that are truly endearing. But when push comes to shove, does your dog have feelings for you and do they really care about you?

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Keep Your Dog Calm During Fireworks

Keep Your Dog Calm During Fireworks

Boom! Bang! Whiz! We’ve all been around fireworks during the Fourth of July and most of us are used to all of the noise, celebration and commotion. But our poor dogs can sometimes get a little freaked out with all the noise.

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How CBD Oil Benefits Dogs

How CBD Oil Benefits Dogs

There’s been a lot of buzz lately about how CBD oil benefits dogs (and people). But what is it really, and does your dog need it? There have been many scientific studies about the benefits of CBD oil.

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Why Talk to Your Dog?

Why Talk to Your Dog?

When it comes to developing a deep, lasting and meaningful relationship with your dog, there are a number of things you can do, including: petting, playing, feeding, scratching…and a whole lot more. But I think one of the most important things you can do is just to talk to your dog.

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Should I Crate Train My Dog?

Should I Crate Train My Dog?

If you’re a dog owner or even been around people who have a dog, you’ve heard horror stories about dogs that are not kennel trained and have ruined furniture, carpets, floors, drapes, doors, walls, etc., when left alone. It’s not an uncommon phenomenon — but it is avoidable if you crate train your dog.

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