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Top 7 Service Dog Breeds

We already know that dogs make great companions, but that is only the tip of the doggy biscuit when it comes to their abilities and skills.

The canine species is now being used in many areas to help better serve humans. These include search and rescue, police work, therapy, sniffing out illegal substances at border crossings and airports, as well as alerting people to oncoming medical issues.

Check out the top 7 service dog breeds that may just save your life one day.

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Dog-Friendly Bars/Restaurants Around the U.S.

Do you ever find yourself about to leave for a restaurant or bar, and just before you close your front door, you see some very sad puppy dog eyes looking up at you? If only your dog could come to the bar with you – oh wait, he can! Here are some pawesome dog-friendly bars and restaurants around the U.S.

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Scout Success Story: Banjo

A few months ago, my boyfriend, Hunter, and I were on our way home to Gainesville, FL from Atlanta, GA. We had our dog, Banjo, with us in the car, and he was very well-behaved the whole car ride. I would have never guessed that I almost lost my dog forever that day.

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July is Pet Loss Prevention Month

Have you ever lost your dog? If you have, then you know the infinite feeling of worry and heartbreak that you have until your furry friend is returned safely home. If he hasn’t returned yet, then you’re still wondering if he’s out there.

July is Pet Loss Prevention Month, a month dedicated to raising awareness for one of the biggest problems that pet owners and families can have. According to the ASPCA, every year, around 8 million dogs and cats end up in shelters around the U.S., and a majority of those pets belong to families.

We wanted to give you some advice to make sure that you never have to lose your best friend.

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