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#PinnacleHealthyPets Offers Quality Ingredients In A Grain Free Food

Django soaking up some Vitamin D This post is sponsored by Pinnacle and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping create awareness about Pinnacle's Newly Formulated Grain Free Dog Food, but Some Puppy To Love only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Pinnacle is not responsible for the content of this article. We should all be a little more like dogs. Dogs follow their instincts and live in the now. We  sometimes  follow the wrong idea and live in our minds and  the  future a little too much. When  dogs  are  thirtsy   they drink. When they are tired, they sleep. And when they are hungry, they eat... what we give them.  My black Lab, Django evens knows when she needs a little  Vitamin  D (see above).  With  new research and scientific findings, we know what we should all be eating more than ever. Like our bodies, our dogs' bodies thrive on healthy nutrition. The more pure a food, the better. That's why

7 Tips To Help Your Dog Adjust To Back-To-School Season

Right now, millions across the country are transitioning from summer freedom to a hectic school year schedule that can be a tough on kids, parents and man's best friend. This is especially true for owners of newly adopted and/or young dogs that do best with moderate exercise and supervision. Have no fear though; your couch and sanity can be saved by implementing common-sense training, enrichm ent and smart management strategies suggested by Wagfield Academy's (the newest online training academy) Lisa Gunter, Co-founder & Head of Training: A Tired Dog Is A Good Thing: While pups that suffer with behavioral issues are not cured by exercise alone, it can be helpful in reducing anxiety, boredom and create a mellower home environment. So when coming up with a plan for the new school year, take a look at the daily exercise you were providing your dog over the summer. Did he/she receive one to two hours of play a day? Did he/she go on a hike a few times a week? Use Tim

Celebrate “Gotcha Day” – The Day Adopted Pets Find Their Forever Home

For the first time, PetSmart will throw a “Happy Gotcha Day” celebration to help find homes for about 15,000 homeless pets during the next PetSmart Charities National Adoption Weekend, Sept. 11-13, when more than 1,400 PetSmart stores will host the event in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico. The thousands of pets with unknown birthdays that are expected to be adopted will now have a day to call their own. “For adopted pets, confirming a birthday is tough, so we wanted to call out to these new pet parents that special day – ‘Gotcha Day’ – to celebrate the moment they brought home their newest family member,” said Eran Cohen, executive vice president of customer experience, PetSmart, Inc. People adopting pets – at PetSmart or elsewhere -- can also receive PetSmart’s free Adoption Starter Kit, offered every day at stores and featuring tips for caring for a new cat or dog, and a range of coupons valued at $400 in savings. The coupons cover everything a new pet parent need

How An Adorable Labrador Helped A Couple Find Love

If you’ve ever tried online dating, you may have found that it can be just as difficult as regular dating. You scroll through several faces, trying to find a person who is compatible and attractive to you using this one dimensional cyberspace communication vehicle. While you may be attracted immediately to a face, you also might pass over someone with a very attractive, funny, and engaging personality.  Maybe you should try using your dog in your dating life. Richard Craggs signed up for and had very little success, so as a joke he switched his profile picture for that of his beloved pooch, George, a black labrador retriever. Kate Beddow happened upon his photo and was immediately drawn to George the dog , having always loved dogs and also thinking that the man who put up the photo must have some sense of humor. She wanted to get to know him more. Katie admits that the sight of George immediately drew her to Richard’s profile: “I always wanted a dog, so when I