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Strawberry PAWpsicles

It has been a pretty hot summer here in Edmonton. We personally love it, the warm sun beating down on us when we’re out jogging with dogs, but we own a large Pyrenees mix who has so much fur and takes a while to cool down. I figured why not test out some easy cold treats to help cool Mr. Koda off. These were painless to make, unless you have troubles with a blender. Strawberry PAWpsicles Ingredients: Strawberries Cottage Cheese Water You will need: Blender Ice cube trays I did not measure out any ingredients.  I free poured the strawberries,…
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YEG Boss Babes

On Saturday, July 22 we had the pleasure of spending the afternoon at Edmonton’s Dog Boutique, Fox & Tux. Naomi, the store owner, invited us to participate in a store event called YEG Boss Babes, that featured female entrepreneurs who own and operate pet businesses. Naomi is a huge supporter of local business and thought it would be great for her customers to have the opportunity to meet and get to know a few of us. Naomi opened Fox & Tux just over a year ago and it’s a huge success! It’s crazy to think that in this short period…
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National Hug Your Dog Day

April 10 is National Hug Your Dog Day! Does this mean you should rush home and hug your dog? Maybe, maybe not. There are quite a few studies out there showing that dogs don’t like being hugged. This doesn’t mean you have to believe the studies, but do a test with your own dog to see how they react before you, or anyone else (especially kids!) give them a hug. Here are a few things to look for: Some signs you have a dog who doesn’t mind a hug are: their body relaxes their breathing slows they may lean into…
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