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Dog's Life: Travel
Hike with your dog in New England
Happy Trails
Tower Hill Botanic Garden, in Boylston, Mass., has launched their 2014 Tails ’n Trails program, which encourages dog lovers to hike with their leashed dogs on Tower Hill’s splendid woodland trails. Their theme this year is health and wellness and, as Kathy Abbott, executive director, observes, “What better way to experience the outdoors than a walk with your dog?” Their dog-walking trail includes...
Wellness: Healthy Living
Summer Dogs Checklist
It’s time to get out, kick back and have fun with dogs—safely!
Homework: Before you set off on your summer road trip, check out rules and regs and make a list of dog parks, vets and doggie hang-outs at your destination (and stops along the way). There are apps for that—BringFido (bringfido.com), for example. Be Ready: Put together a “go-bag” for your dog, which can also serve as an emergency kit; include basic first-aid supplies, an extra collar with ID...
Dog's Life: Lifestyle
Experts Share Their Pet-Tested Cleaning Tips
Dog Cleaning with Broom
Fur Begone Most pet owners spend a lot of time vacuuming up pet hair, and to be sure, a good vacuum is a key weapon in the fight against hair-covered floors and furniture. But did you know that rubber is the natural enemy of pet hair? Yup, it sure is! You can use the same Love Glove you use to de-fur your pets on upholstery and carpeting, or you can just go over hairy areas with a plain old...
Wellness: Food & Nutrition
Egg Calcium
Home-Cooking Tip
COOL STUFF FOR EGG HEADS For an easy, quick source of calcium … Grind up cleaned, dried eggshells into a powder using a spice/coffee grinder or mortar and pestle. Half a teaspoon of eggshell powder equals 1,000 mg of calcium.