Friday Funny: Report from Deputy Gage

Living his best life in Ingham County, Michigan. Until next time, Good day, and good dog! Doggies.com Dog Blog

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Hola From Mexico!

Hey friends! After nonstop activity around here the last few weeks, you may have noticed that the blog has been pretty quiet this week. That’s because we’re in Mexico for the week, and guys, it’s glorious. We are here for … Continue reading

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Taking Care of My Skin From the Inside Out

This post is in partnership with PURENEW. All thoughts and opinions are mine. Thank you for supporting the brands that help make Bubby and Bean possible. Last month, I shared a challenge I’ve committed to called 100 Days For Positive … Continue reading

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Should Detection Dogs Used by the Government Come from Domestic or Foreign Breeders?

From the American Kennel Club: The U.S. imports 80-90% of its bomb- sniffing dogs from overseas breeders. Increasing demand and a shortage of dogs places U.S. national security in unnecessary jeopardy. HR 4577 creates a path forward to improve standards … Continue reading

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Win a Handcrafted Dog Leash Hook from G3 Studios! #Giveaway

Summer means a time to grab your dog and head out for fun at a moment’s notice–and that means having your dog leash close at hand! Whether you’re preparing for a morning walk or a… [[ This is a summary … Continue reading

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Get Working Dogs From Shelters – Not From European Breeders!

Photo by Universal K9 Why does the United States military – and various police departments around the country – continue to spend tens of thousands of dollars per dog to buy potential working dogs from Eastern Europe? Not long ago … Continue reading

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Less than one week from Westminster

There was time when this blog was part of an official network of bloggers. We would amplify each other’s posts. The most important thing was to be anti-kennel club and anti-dog show. If one could be rude as possible about … Continue reading

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Alaska Dog Saves Owner Suffering from Seizures

It’s not common to see a dog loping by himself through the halls of a hospital. However, that very thing happened this summer at Sitka Community Hospital in Sitka, Alaska. A large Labrador Retriever ran down a hall because he … Continue reading

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As someone who raised a low content wolfdog from a…

As someone who raised a low content wolfdog from a poor backyard breeder, I know the challenges of pups like that. My Shiva was sold to me (then 18) as being mostly wolf. 8 years later I had her DNA … Continue reading

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Removing Ticks From Dogs

Removing ticks from your dog should be a priority as soon as you notice even one tick appearing on your dog’s skin. Many ticks can carry serious diseases like Lyme’s Disease. The types of environments where ticks are usually found … Continue reading

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