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Summer Travel Tips

Going on a road trip with your pets is still possible in the era of the pandemic. Here are our tips do to that safely. After more than two months of social distancing and quarantine we’re all getting a bit of cabin fever. Maybe you’re dreaming of a getaway. Maybe you’re interested in doing more than dreaming. With flights mostly grounded you might be thinking of a road trip with your dog. I’m here to give you tips based on our experience—we travel full-time and are staying on top of all travel regulations and restrictions. Whether you camp or stay

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Navigating the Fourth of July with Your Dog

July 4 may be a favorite American holiday for us, but it is probably our dog’s least favorite holiday. Fireworks can be downright terrifying for a dog. Below are some tips to plan ahead to minimize stress and increase safety for your dog this July 4. While large public gatherings won’t be as prevalent this year, it is still worth noting that if your dog can become overly bitey/jumpy/barky or exhibits distance increasing behaviors when around groups of people, you are better off leaving him at home. That is not the time to be working on social skills. Let your

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Summer Travel Tips

Going on a road trip with your pets is still possible in the era of the pandemic. Here are our tips do to that safely. After more than two months of social distancing and quarantine we’re all getting a bit of cabin fever. Maybe you’re dreaming of a getaway. Maybe you’re interested in doing more than dreaming. With flights mostly grounded you might be thinking of a road trip with your dog. I’m here to give you tips based on our experience—we travel full-time and are staying on top of all travel regulations and restrictions. Whether you camp or stay

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Navigating the Fourth of July with Your Dog

July 4 may be a favorite American holiday for us, but it is probably our dog’s least favorite holiday. Fireworks can be downright terrifying for a dog. Below are some tips to plan ahead to minimize stress and increase safety for your dog this July 4. While large public gatherings won’t be as prevalent this year, it is still worth noting that if your dog can become overly bitey/jumpy/barky or exhibits distance increasing behaviors when around groups of people, you are better off leaving him at home. That is not the time to be working on social skills. Let your

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Off Leash Playtime

Greater Cincinnati’s Best Dog Parks Summertime means lots of time outdoors with our furry friends. With that in mind we headed around town to check out some of the best dog parks for you to spend some outdoor playtime with your pups. Otto Armleder Dog Park 5057 Wooster Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45226 Otto Armleder Dog Park (near Lunken Airport) is Great Parks of Hamilton County’s first off-leash dog park. The park features 10 acres of fun and includes separate areas for large and small dogs under 22 pounds. Because of its proximity to the Ohio River the park can be closed because of

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See You On The Dock

Soaring to new heights. Leaps that defy gravity. Incredible strength. Fearless determination. Does this sound like your dog? If so, your dog might love the sport of dock diving. By Julie Althaver Competitive sports for dogs began in the late 1970s and by the mid-90s television stations started taking an interest in the competition. In 1997, pet food manufacturer Purina® sponsored and produced an Olympic-style event that brought the best-of-the-best dogs together in various sporting disciplines, the result was the creation of the Purina Incredible Dog Challenge. Over the years, the sport of dock diving has gained in popularity and spread to other countries, including

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Putting Together the Perfect Picnic with Your Pup

Recipes and Expert Tips for a Stress-Free Outing How many of us have dreamed of creating a romantic picnic with your partner complete with wine and cheese, beautifully packed into a lovely wicker basket under the perfect tree with gorgeous weather? Now, as an adult, I have the picnic basket with real plates & wine glasses but have never used them because it just seems like a lot of work. As a newly married pet parent, the thought of adding our furry friends to the mix sounds even more unrealistic and daunting. Never fear, I’m here to make planning a picnic with your

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Tails of Cincinnati, a Book Project for Charity

Local pet photographer and founder and publisher of CincyPet Magazine, Susannah Maynard, has announced the launch of Tails of Cincinnati, a coffee table book project for charity. The SPCA Cincinnati will be the beneficiary of funds raised from the project. Tails of Cincinnati will be a hardcover coffee table book featuring local area pets photographed around the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area. Ms. Maynard is also the owner of local pet photography studio, Pet Love Photography, and is the author of three books about rescue pets: Rescue Dogs: Portraits and Stories; Rescue Cats: Portraits and Stories; and Rescue Rabbits: Portraits

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