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Keep Your Dogs Healthy During National Poison Prevention Week

Sat, 21 Mar 2015 by Linda Rosado

Keep Your Dogs Healthy During National Poison Prevention Week


Spring is finally here - it's time to stow away those winter coats and break out the jogging shorts. Every year, spring brings cleaning, great weather and healthy living. Although important year-round, making sure you and your dogs are in good health is especially significant during this season, when pups might be feeling especially curious on frequent outings.

Ways to Make Your Campground Pet-Friendly

Sun, 15 Mar 2015 by Linda Rosado

Ways to Make Your Campground Pet-Friendly


As a campground manager, you might be confronted with an array of different dog-related questions and problems throughout your day. Dogs are seen as "man's best friend" so, naturally, hiking through parks and trails with their owners is a treat for both pet and parent. If your campgrounds are pet-friendly, offering services and things, like dog waste receptacles can help keep your campgrounds clean and enjoyable for everyone. Here are a few additional points that can be an asset in making your campground pet-friendly and as safe as possible.

Iditarod: The Slippery Dog-Sled Race on Land and River

Tue, 03 Mar 2015 by Linda Rosado

Iditarod: The Slippery Dog-Sled Race on Land and River


Do you hear the heavy panting of a dozen dogs, fierce mushing and paws rapidly stomping on ice? Welcome to Anchorage, Alaska, and Iditarod, The Last Great Race on Earth®. Every year in early March, people of all walks of life - lawyers, doctors, miners, and more - gather with their team of dogs to participate in an homage to the dogsledding tradition. The first Saturday in March, which is March 7 this year, mushers will start their journey of more than 1,000 miles on a variety of terrains, facing the Alaskan cold.

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