The DOGORA Blog

Equal parts brain and muscle, dogs are intelligent animals so it makes sense that a bored dog can become restless, vocal, and destructive. Social distancing and isolation at home can also be very confusing for dogs. More than ever, they...
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We associate spring with warmer days, paired with long walks outside with our 4-pawed pals but spring also brings some hazards we should be aware of. “A Bugs Life” Along with spring, unfortunately, come ticks, fleas, and other creepy crawlies...
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  You don’t have to be a dog whisperer to know that a wagging tail is a sign of affection and happiness, however, this is not always the case. There is a general misconception that a wagging tail always equals...
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Did you know that, on average, each dog has 18 muscles controlling each ear? These muscles allow them to rotate, tilt, raise and lower their ears, giving us another way to understand their emotions. Dog ears also come in many...
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  If you choose to walk bootie-free this winter, check your dog’s paws frequently for signs of cold weather damage. Some simple signs include: dry, cracked, flakey, and itchy paws. We have all seen our dogs lifting their paws during...
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