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Play Around with your Hound


FUN PLAYTIME with FIDO I often get asked, “How do you workout with your dog?” It’s a reasonable question. Taking a group fitness class WITH your dog is a new idea for most people. There are other classes to take together (obedience, agility, rally, etc.) but none that focus on the health of your dog […]



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Be Prepared to be Safe with your Dog!


Although September if officially Emergency Preparedness month, I thought better late than never in making sure you are also prepared to keep your pets healthy in the event of an emergency. Would you know what to do if your dog was bite by snake, like this brave dog was when protecting his loved ones? DOG […]



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Summer Fun with Strutt your Mutt and Surf Dog Weekend


Summer might be officially coming to end on September 21st, but you can still get in some fun outdoor activities with your favorite pooch! Don’t forget sunblock, shade, water, and your dog’s favorite shoes! ————————————————————————————————- STRUTT YOUR MUTT – SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2013 – 8am to 3pm – Woodley Park, 6350 Woodley Ave, Van Nuys, […]



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Healthy heart, Healthy Dog..and healthy owner!


Great news for dog owners! The American Heart Association “reviewed dozens of studies, and over all it seemed clear that pet owners, especially those with dogs (the focus of most of the studies) were in better health than people without pets,” states this great New York Times’s article. Awesome! Oh what’s that you say? Despite […]



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Summer Furry Fun at the Beach! Dogs Welcome!


Summertime and the living is easy. Fish are jumpin’ . .and so are the dogs! Berlin absolutely loves the sand. She loves to sprint back and forth and dig a hole on either side of her self imposed track.  This works out well since I love to sunbath at the beach. So what could be better […]



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July 4th Fireworks are FUN..but not for your dog


Summer time is full of BBQs, outdoor concerts and holiday firework celebrations. It is during this time that there is an unfortunate rise in animals at local shelters. This is often because pets are scared of the loud festivities and alarming popping noises and run, wherever they can, to avoid them. Some key tips to […]



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Retractable Leashes


Walking Berlin is the highlight of my day. It is a stress reliever for me, exercise for both of us and great bonding time with my best buddy. Berlin easily heals by my side and in turn I let her periodically have the reigns and sniff freely, no more than the length of our 6ft […]



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Patriotic Paws for Memorial Day – Safety Tips


It is always this time of year the shelter has a lot of “Possible Owner” dogs in its kennels. This means he/she has a microchip and the shelter has used the information to contact the owners,  who are also hopefully looking for their furry friend. Why the flood of lost dogs that end up at […]



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Bark for Life and Pawsapalooza!


Lets lighten it up a bit and head out to some great charitable events with our dogs! The American Cancer Society is hosting BARK FOR LIFE, a Canine Event to Fight Cancer, is on Saturday, June 1,  2013. Held in Kenneth Hahn Park at 4100 S. La Cienega Bvld., Los Angeles (MAP), this event is […]



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Whats so wrong with a leash? If you love them, leash them.


I was getting ready for work today and heard the yelp of a dog and screeching car tires. I looked out to the street to see a big, black SUV in front of a small white dog, Bella. Without much thought, outside of grabbing my Dog First Aid book, I ran downstairs. Bella’s mom had […]



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