By Katherine Novak, Certified Pet CPR Instructor Are you thinking about getting a second dog? Let’s go over the reasons for this decision. Is it because you feel like your dog needs someone to keep him company during the day while you are gone? Is it because you are gone 8 hours a day, or sometimes more? Is it because when you get home in the evening you are too tired to give your number one dog the attention that he deserves? If you answered yes to any of these questions, please rethink your decision to bring another dog into your life. Here is whatRead More →
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