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8 Ways Dogs Can Help People with Health Conditions

Dogs can help humans in many ways. Learn about service dogs and therapy dogs here.

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How to Talk to Your Veterinarian About End of Life Issues

It's best to be as honest as possible with your veterinarian about everything you're thinking and feeling regarding the end of your dog's life.

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Is It OK to Let Your Dog Lick Your Face?

Is it safe to let your dog lick your face? What about your child's? Learn about dog kisses.

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Things We Do That Annoy Our Dogs - Slideshow

Humans have different ideas about communication than dogs. Find out how you may be annoying your dog without meaning to.

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Earth Day: Ways to Observe Earth Day with Your Dog

Find out how you can green-up your dog-care routine for Earth Day. Some easy-to-implement ideas for decreasing your dog's environmental impact.

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Service Dogs Can Help Autistic Children: VIDEO

See how one family with an autistic child has benefited from the use of a service dog.

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Autism Service Dogs

Autism and ASD create special challenges for children and their caregivers. Service dogs can help. Find out how.

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Dogs Make the Best Matchmakers

Use your dog's natural ability to make friends to your advantage. Find out how your dog can make the best matchmaker.

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