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Keep Your Pets Safe This Independence Day

4th of July is upon us once again! This week’s celebrations will be filled with family and friends, food and drinks, and plenty of elaborate fireworks displays to honor our nation’s independence. We scoured the web (along with having some of our own experiences as pet owners) finding the best tips for having a safe holiday. Below are some that pretty much all had in common:

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War Dogs: what you need to know about dogs in the military

Dogs are used all over the military. Since the beginning of war, humans have used dogs in their military for their superior sight and smell abilities. These four-legged heroes not only help in detection and attack, they play an even larger role in boosting morale and providing therapy to the troops.German Shepherd used in the United States Military

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Dogs in the Workplace: Our Pet Pawlicy

Watch an exclusive PetDoors.com documentary below, learning what “Bring Your Dog to Work” day every day is all about! There is more buzz around companies allowing dogs in the office. Here at PetDoors.com our pet pawlicy is pretty flexible. On a daily basis, there are at least three to four dogs in the office! We have been able to document what it is like to work in a dog-friendly office; our doggy door experts share their thoughts, made by our very own, Claire Liu. Continue reading

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Flaps for Fido Program Gives Back to Animal Rescues

PetDoors.com has created a program to benefit animal rescues called Flaps for Fido. When buying an Endura Flap Pet Door, the consumer receives a 10% discount on the product by mentioning a non-profit animal rescue organization. PetDoors.com will donate a matching 10% of the original price to the mentioned rescue group!  Continue reading

Dog and Corgi Pups

Raw versus Veggie: Doggy diets that ditch the cans!

These days it seems like more people are jumping on the healthy or dare I say unusual diet bandwagon, and they are bringing their pets along for the ride. Being a veggie myself I looked around and found a couple more popular alternatives to your typical canned food and bagged kibble and here is what I found about current diets.  Continue reading

The Top Techniques For At Home Pet Door Training

Pet doors are the perfect addition to any pet owner’s home. Not only do they help your pet keep its active lifestyle, but they also protect against accidental pet messes around the house. Most pets take instinctively to their new pet door, but others are timid and need direction.  Continue reading

8 Weird Sleeping Positions of Dogs & What They May Mean

Are you curious if your dog is the only one that sleeps in weird positions? The sleeping positions of dogs usually varies with their mood. Sometimes,your dog’s sleeping position can reveal a lot about their personalities. How do your dogs sleep? Comment your thoughts below.

tonks sleeping on side

Corgi falls asleep playing with her toy

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Four Reasons Why Your Lazy Dog Might Be Really Smart

Columbus appreciating paper origami

Columbus appreciating paper origami

This is my lazy dog, Columbus. He’s a 9 year old Shih Tzu and can be one of the most stubborn and ignorant dogs I know. Sometimes I’ll call his name to come – he’ll look at me – then go back to sleep. He doesn’t really follow commands well and looks at me clueless… he pretty much does what he wants yet I still love him. But maybe there’s a reason for that… here are 4 reasons why your lazy dog might be really smart.
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