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Dog-safe Decorating Tips for this Holiday Season

Decorating for the holidays is always a joyous time for us humans; Mariah Carey, eggnog, and rummaging through the tubs of festive décor. However, the decorations we love can wreak havoc on our four-legged friends. Here is a breakdown on holiday décor to avoid. And what to do if [...]


Training Treat: Enrichment

With Covid-19 causing more people to be stuck indoors, people have been making jokes about now knowing how dogs feel being trapped inside all day. I really like providing my dogs mental enrichment to alleviate their boredom. I use slow feeders for when I’m feeling lazy; these make my [...]


8 Essential Tips for Dog Safety on Halloween

Halloween is often enjoyable for kids and their families. For dogs, however, it can be a dangerous and scary time. Whether your furbaby joins you for trick-or-treating or stays home, all the strange-looking creatures wandering around can be very spooky. And don’t forget about the treats. Many of the [...]


The Best Places to Eat, Drink and Be Merry With Your Dog in Denver

Because #DenverLovesDogs there are plenty of businesses, restaurants, breweries, and cafes that not only allow dogs, but encourage us to stop in with our pups. While you’re enjoying Colorado’s sunny weekends - why leave your canine companion at home? Denver does have official rules for dog owners at restaurants [...]


Denver Dog Guide A to Z – Afghan

The Afghan Story In the 1900s soldiers from Britain serving in Afganistan brought these interesting pups back home with them. The dog's popularity spread quickly. The stylish canine became an obsession with Hollywood scarlets and "The Chicago Picasso" is thought to be an abstract replica of the Afghan dog [...]

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