Great Dog Gifts 2016

Great Dog Gifts 2016

We’ve never published a gift guide before. But after spending three days at Superzoo, a gigantic trade show for pet-industry retailers, we came home with so many brochures and fliers and product samples – and so excited about some of the novel, useful, and fun things we saw there – that we had to share some of the best with you. We hope you get some ideas for great gifts for the dogs and dog owners you love.

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    A Tale of Two Puppies

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    Dog Health & Care

    Treating Your Dog's Hypothyroidism

    An integrative approach to treating a dog with hypothyroidism (low thryoid).

    Hypothyroidism (underactive or low thyroid) is a common disorder in dogs. A variety of breeds are known to be genetically predisposed, including the Labrador Retriever, Golden Retriever, Dachshund, Boxer, Doberman, and Cocker Spaniel. (It’s normal for sighthounds such as the...

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    Senior Dog

    Exercise Your Senior Dog

    Exercise is essential for dogs of all ages. It helps maintain muscle tone, a healthy weight, joint flexibility, good circulation, and overall health and happiness – but when movement causes pain, it’s only natural to slow down or stay still. That creates a vicious cycle...

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