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Doggy Holiday Treats

12/14/15 at 01:57 PM | by Quaker Pet Group

Everyone loves the gift of holiday cookies. But it’s unlikely that anyone enjoys them more than our dogs! With ingredients like peanut butter, cranberries and even sardines, these dog Holiday treat recipes are sure to have tails wagging.

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Introducing goDog Ripzzz™

06/19/15 at 11:39 AM | by Quaker Pet Group

To dogs, there’s a certain appeal in destruction, whether it’s finally severing the last thread of a shoelace or tearing through a room full of balloons! So when our Research and Development team sat down to brainstorm about new goDog™ toy concepts, we wondered how we could incorporate the feeling of destruction all wrapped safely inside of a well-constructed dog toy made with Chew Guard Technology. The answer was Hook and Loop Tape.

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Managing Dogs and Kids

05/19/15 at 09:12 AM | by Sandy Robins

A relationship between the family dog and young children can be very rewarding bond. In fact, very often the family pet is a toddler’s first friend. There are other pluses too; children that grow up around pets learn to understand them and not be afraid of them. It’s all about teaching to respect one another and this includes respecting and learning to differentiate between each other’s toys!

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“Spring” Into The Season With Outdoor Games for Dogs

04/28/15 at 10:32 AM | by Quaker Pet Group

Even more so than humans, your dog needs ample exercise to stay happy, healthy and away from destructive behavior. Regular exercise will tire your canine out (both physically and mentally) in a positive way. Outdoor games abound where you can share time with your pooch and help both of you stay on the path to healthy living. Here are a few tips so you and your four-legged buddy can take advantage of the great outdoors this spring and summer.

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Managing Your Dog's Toy Box

04/20/15 at 06:01 AM | by Sandy Robins

Just like children, dogs often have a favorite toy. And it’s not unusual for a quirky plush toy to meet all three “needs” and thus be an action toy to throw for them to fetch, a distraction “prey” toy to be shaken around and subdued. And then, when all is said and done, your dog will go off to sleep with his plush buddy, treating it as a snooze companion.

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