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It’s Raining Cats and Dogs in Michigan
At the groundbreaking symposium on animal welfare.
Today, the eyes of many in the world of animal care are focused on Michigan State University (home of non-animal mascot, Sparty the Spartan), where veterinarians and animal welfare experts are meeting for the first-of-its-kind Joint International Educational Symposium on Animal Welfare. “We think that this symposium could have tremendous impact,” says Dr. Ron DeHaven, CEO of the American...
Blog: Weekly Smilers
November 9th 2009 - Smiling Dogs
Blog: Guest Posts
Check Out The Dog Run
Field-tested advice on jogging with your co-pilot.
Feeling inspired by Meb Keflezighi’s NYC Marathon victory? Channel those nervous legs and check out the November issue of Runner’s World. In a special column, Bark’s very own Claudia Kawczynska provides some quick tips on jogging with a dog including the benefits for you and your pooch, selecting a running buddy and getting started. Quite a few of our writers, bloggers and editors are serious...
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More Working Dogs
Meet the “Wonder Dogs”
It’s no secret that in addition to being great companions, dogs are our willing and generous collaborators, doing jobs that make our lives safer and easier. As Barbara Robertson observes in “Wonder Dogs” in the upcoming issue, “They’re more than our best friends, they’re our partners. For millennia, dogs have lived and worked at our sides, helping us in ways too numerous to count.” In the soon-to...
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PetSmart Backs Huge Adoption Event
Holiday drive to find more than 15,000 lifelong, loving homes.
PetSmart Charities is going gangbusters on homeless animals next month with an ambitious Holiday National Adoption Event, November 13-15. More than 2,000 animal-welfare agencies throughout the United States are expected to participate by bringing adoptable pets to in-store adoption centers in all 1,082 PetSmart stores. While it’s rarely a good idea to give animals as gifts at any time of year,...
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Get Cooking on Halloween
Recipe: Quick and easy bonbons for dogs.
Are you worried your dogs feel left out every time a little goblin, sheik or princess grabs a handful of candy from your Halloween sweets bowl? They are. Don’t try explaining that candy is bad, even dangerous, for them. Instead, provide a delicious alternative. Pet nutritionist and founder of The Honest Kitchen, Lucy Postins, has concocted an All Hallows Eve treat, made with pumpkin and beef, for...
Blog: Weekly Smilers
November 2nd 2009
Smiling Dogs
Blog: Weekly Smilers
Oct 26th 2009
Smiling Dogs
Dog's Life: Lifestyle
Dog-Friendly Apps and Online Helpers
Smart uses for your smart phone
Cell phones that only make and receive calls are so 2008! With a satellite signal and Internet access, today’s smart phones put the world—both yours and your dog’s—in your pocket.   1. Keep track of your pup’s day-to-day doings using the DogiDuty app; iPhone-toting dog walkers or sitters can manually file reports on her intake and output, then email them to you.   2. Pump up your walk. Map,...
Dog's Life: Halloween Central
Dog Food Recipes: Pumpkin Puree
Repurpose that still-fresh jack-o-lantern into a tummy-taming treat.
1. Preheat the oven to 350° degrees F.   2. Cut your jack-o-lantern into large wedges. Place the wedges skin side up on a lightly oiled baking sheet. Bake for approximately 90 minutes, or until the pumpkin wedges are fork tender.   3. When the pumpkin is cool enough to handle, scoop the flesh out of the skin into a bowl, then mash it or whirl it in a food processor. If the purée is a bit watery,...

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