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We know you love your furry companion and we want to help you both live life to the fullest.
That’s why we’ve created Dog’s Best Life – an online magazine to provide information for dog lovers to help you keep pet happy, healthy, playful and loyal.

Teach your puppy to walk on a leash

By Karen A. Soukiasian Many a dog owner dreads the twice-daily practice of walking their dog. Usually they are the one who created the problem, not the dog. Getting your puppy accustomed to walking properly on a leash will spare you a lot anxiety, and make walking your dog a pleasure. Americans love their dogs… Read the rest »

Know the danger that lurks in your dog’s food

Dogs are more than pets, they are family members. One way to ensure your pet leads a long and happy life is to feed him/her the correct food. Read on for six bad ingredients in your pet’s food you should avoid. Check infographic below for more ingredients to avoid. 1. Carrageenan According to a research study conducted… Read the rest »

Avoid the green-eyed canine monster

By Karen Soukiasian Let’s face it, none of us like to feel jilted, and that includes your puppy or dog. Dogs do sense when their status has been compromised and that’s when you need to beware the green-eyed canine monster. If a new person, baby or puppy has entered into your dog’s life, and unexpectedly,… Read the rest »

Mutts illustrate the best in dog breeds

By Karen A. Soukiasian Depending on where you live, there are a number of fascinating names for them. Here in the U.S. we refer to them as mutts, Heinz 57, Sooners, mongrels, hounds or tykes. In Hawaii, they are known as Poi Dogs. Country folks in the South, call them feists or curs. In Newfoundland… Read the rest »

Dog health: Behavior changes can signal health issues

By Christie Long A friend recently told me a sad story about his young cat that died fairly suddenly. She had stopped eating all but a little food and was extremely lethargic for several days. The family didn’t realize how sick the kitty was. By the time she got to the veterinarian, it was too… Read the rest »

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