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DealDash Pets: Choosing a Great Dog Food



Choosing a great dog food is important for your pup’s health. Here are some tips from DealDash to help you choose a yummy and healthy food for your best friend.

It’s easy to pick up a bag of dog food. Individuals often simply pick the first canine food bag they see at the store. It’s easy to neglect the value of pet dog food but it is vital to choose the right one for your canine. Here are some tips from DealDash to ensure that you pick the best food for your pup.

Food and Water are the Basics

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Merry DealDash Christmas, Enjoy Winter

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Merry Christmas from DealDash!! The first official day of winter was a few days ago, here are some winter-related thoughts.

Winter definitely isn’t my favorite season, however, I still think it’s a wonderful time and cozy season for creativity and the New Year’s Day always brings new beginnings. Whether you’re inside huddling with your pets next to the fireplace or out playing with your kids in the snow, there’s a whole winter season’s worth of inspiration all around us, and there’s always something exciting happening or something beautiful to look at if we really try. Here are some ideas to  — Read full post


DealDash Talks: Rescued Pets

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If you’re thinking of getting a new pet, please consider getting a rescued pet instead of purchasing one. It’s the kinder solution.

When you are preparing to get a new pet there are various places to get them – online, the newspaper, a pet store, a rescue group, a friend, or an animal shelter. All of these are viable options, of course, but the kindest thing that you could do is adopt a homeless pet from a shelter or rescue group.

If you’re wondering why you should adopt a rescued pet instead of buying one from the pet store, the  — Read full post


DealDash Decodes Dogs

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Do you ever wonder what your dog is thinking? Let DealDash help you figure out your best friend’s thoughts.

“Whoof yelp yipyipyip!” Do you have any idea what that means? Of course not! Luckily, dogs try to communicate with humans in a variety of ways. When we are examining dog communication, it can include facial expression, eyebrows, eye contact, vocalizations (as mentioned above), and body posture, which includes the dog’s torso, legs, and tail movements. Humans also try to communicate with dogs, as you may well know. We use vocalization, hand signals, body posture and petting. Here are some of  — Read full post