Some dog breeds tolerate cold weather well, while others would much rather be warming up under the blankets. No matter how your four-legged dog reacts to the dog days of winter, keep your pooch comfortable with these helpful tips. 1. Provide Warm Shelter This sounds like common sense, but a warm dog bed on a cold floor makes a huge difference! Consider using a heated dog bed if it’s chilly in your home. If your pup loves hanging out in the backyard, provide them with the appropriate shelter. The shelter should have a sloped roof, insulation and a protected entranceway.…

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So as many of you know, I am NOT a fitness expert at all!!!! In fact, quite the opposite. But….. in an effort to try and stay on top of my semi forgotten New Years Resolutions , the pups and I are trying to get more active. For this post, we asked fitness expert to the stars  Nadia Murdock  to share some of her ideas on how we can get fit with Fido. I am not a dog owner but I have always admired pet owners getting their dose of physical fitness side by side with their pooch.  Dogs are man’s…

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The 3rd NYC Retails and Sales Pet Expo is coming up on Tuesday, October 13, 2015 from 2pm – 8pm in the Gold ballroom at the Hotel Pennsylvania, smack dab in the middle of Manhattan! With ease of location, (directly across the street from Penn station), pet friendly hotel and perfect fall weather – it’s the best time for retailers, veterinarians, groomers, media and vendors to attend this boutique mini-trade show for the pet industry.   This show is featuring many ‘New’ pet product vendors that are made in the USA and some who have just launched here.  Presented by American Pet Professionals, LLC and Whitegate PR, this is the “paw-fect” opportunity for pet retailers…

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Unfortunately, tick’s are not just a country dog problem. Last year, both my dogs (and myself) picked up ticks from our local park while just out on a regular walk. Ticks are parasites that feed on the blood of their host, which can be an animal or a human. Ticks are sightless. They get around by using tiny pincer-like claws on the ends of their eight legs to grab onto rough surfaces. When a tick emerges hungrily from hibernation, it wanders blindly until it bumps into something, then grabs hold and starts climbing upward until it can rise no higher.…

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Question: Now the weather has warmed up, I want to take my dog to the beach with me in NYC. Where do you recommend? Answer: At beaches run by the Department of Parks and Recreation including Rockaway Beach, Coney Island and Brighton Beach, dogs are allowed from Oct. 1 to May 1 which is wonderful when the weather is nice enough to go during the winter months. But where are our pets supposed to go during the beach season? Thankfully Bring Fido does all the hard work for us with their list of beaches in and around the NYC area that are dog…

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