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Bailey on Biking Part 4 – Don't Forget the Little Guys

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Bailey is a three-year-old male Golden Retriever. Since a puppy he has been living with his best friend, Susan, in a town on the Atlantic coast of the United States. Bailey is always up for hitting the road with Susan and trying new things for fun on this beautiful planet. They have plenty of friends, human and canine. Don't Forget the Little Guys - Beach Boy Bruce     My best friend, Susan, and I have been biking successfully for a while now. I've grown accustomed to the fun routine and she keeps a close eye on me while we're out....

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Bailey Begins Biking Part 3 – Getting in the Groove

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On the Road
One fine morning, Susan rigged me into my harness and hitched me up to the lead she had attached to the frame under the bicycle seat. We walked to one of the quieter streets in our neighborhood. When she figured that I was once again comfortable with the bike, she hopped on and started pedaling slowly. (This is the third in a series of articles about my new experiences as a biking dog. To start at the beginning, point your nose here.)

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Bailey Begins Biking Part 2 - A Milestone

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Basic Biking
I am at a loss for barks when I try to express my appreciation for the benefits we've both enjoyed ever since my best friend Susan turned me on to biking. The bonding, the exhilarating exercise, and the sheer joy of being outside with my best friend, doing fun stuff, is beyond yelps of delight.

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The Best Tips for Traveling With Pets

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The Best Tips for Traveling With Pets

  For many people, pets are just as important as family members and enjoy the same luxuries, such as vacations and holidays. Animals require a different set of responsibilities, however, and it’s important to remember when traveling with them that they have needs outside of what you might have in mind. For instance, dogs can overheat on hot days just like humans, but the best ways to help them cool down differ a bit from what you might do for a person. Because they can’t let us know how they’re feeling, it’s important to watch for warning signs that they’re tired or...

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How to Pick the Best Dog Bed

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How to Pick the Best Dog Bed

We all know that cozy, safe feeling of getting into bed at the end of a long day especially on those cold rainy or snowy nights - believe it or not, so is your dog. Who  doesn't like a place that is soft and cushy and relieves pressure on the joints to lay your head on?  Traveling - wouldn't it be great to take your own bed along with you? Maybe we can't, but our dogs can which is especially helpful when they need to adjust to new sleeping arrangements. Many of us may have had the experience of buying...

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