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Dog @ Nextcolumn
Nearly 2 months ago

Keeping your pets safe for Thanksgiving

Although our pets are part of the family too, this doesn’t mean they should eat everything we eat. While some food we eat is

Dog
Nearly 2 months ago

How to Train your Dog to Socialize

When it comes to having a puppy, you will be busy for a while. This is because having a puppy is hard work. Think

Cats have been around for a long time as our pets.
Nearly 2 months ago

Corduroy is again the World’s Oldest Cat at 26

Corduroy the cat has once again been named World’s Oldest Living Cat. According to a report by the Miami Herald on Aug. 14, Corduroy

dog-at-work@nextcolumn.com
Nearly 2 months ago

Purebred Breeders: An excellent service to help you find your next perfect puppy

If you are looking for a certain purebred puppy because maybe you have children and you want to ensure that the puppy will get

Cats have been around for a long time as our pets.
Nearly 3 months ago

Awesome facts about cats you didn’t know

Like dogs, cats are a part of our family. Not only do we love our cats like they are our children but did you

Dog @ Nextcolumn
Nearly 3 months ago

Training tips: Using dog treats to train your dog to behave

When it comes to training your dog to behave, you can easily use treats to accomplish this task. Dogs not only love treats but

Pet, Dog, Cat
Nearly 3 months ago

Keeping your pets safe for July 4 and all summer

Your pets are part of the family and because of this, you need to do everything you can to keep them safe during the

pet
Nearly 3 months ago

Cool facts about dogs you might not have heard of before

It is true that many people think of their dogs as part of the family. We all love our dogs and wouldn’t know what

Pet, Dog, Cat
Nearly 3 months ago

New app helps you find your missing pet

It is terrible when a pet goes missing. They are part of your family after all and should be treated like that. This is

Dog Cancer
Nearly 4 months ago

Early Symptoms of Cancer in Your Dog

According to the National Canine Cancer Foundation, one in three dogs can develop cancer, and it occurs in both purebred and mixed breed canines.