Top 15 Dog Breeds That Run Away

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Heaven forbid you leave the back gate open or accidentally let your dog off the leash. Before you know it, you’re looking at the next Usain Bolt, in dog form, already halfway down the street. Good luck competing with that.

According to DogTime.com, you’re better off running the opposite direction of your dog. By calling their name and getting on the ground, they’ll sense something’s wrong. If you’re an aspiring actor, this is your chance to put your skills to the test. Be as dramatic as possible. Fall to the ground, yell out in pain; whatever it takes to get his attention.

The unusual behavior will certainly catch your dog’s attention and also your neighbors’… and the people passing by, but that’s beside the point. We’re here to get your dog back.

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How To Educate Your Kids To Prevent Child Abduction

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As a parent, it’s hard to know that you can’t always be there to step in when your child’s being threatened. If you’re a parent who worries often about the dangers of his or her child out in public, you aren’t alone. Educate your children on child predators so they can better protect themselves from harm.

A study at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota found that about three quarters of parents feared that their children might be abducted. One third of parents said they feared this more than sports injuries, car accidents and drug addiction.

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8 Benefits Dogs Have on Your Kids’ Overall Development

benefitsAs smelly, messy, time consuming and expensive dogs might be they’re totally worth the extra work, right? They especially are if you have kids – even if the kids are just as smelly and messy most of the time. Not only will getting your kids a new pup garner you Parent of The Year award, but most importantly, having a dog will benefit your kids’ overall development. A dog becomes your child’s companion, protector, and entertainer. It keeps them healthier and secretly teaches them all kinds of skills like responsibility and patience. Hey, if you can’t get them to listen to you, maybe having a dog to teach them lessons isn’t such a bad idea.

If your child dreams of the day that you bring home a dog, you might consider making his or her dream come true after reading these eight amazing benefits of having a dog.

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Keeping Dogs Cool This Summer – 6 Easy Tips

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As summer is approaching and the temperature is rising, I notice my dog wanting to spend less time outside. Can you blame him? Keeping dogs cool with all that hair and no sweat glands can be a challenge.

Unless I’m dipping into a pool or relaxing under some shade with a cool, refreshing glass of lemonade, you’ll find me inside. But dogs need exercise and that means plenty of outside time. With this in mind, it’s super important to remember to keep your dogs cool when they are working out their seemingly-endless energy supply in the scorching summer heat – especially here in Florida.

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