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While there has not yet been an official diagnosis of Seasonal Affective Disorder in dogs, animals can certainly be negatively impacted by the changing seasons.
A new year is all about new adventures with your dog.
With all the busy holiday cheer, it’s easy to lose track of the routines that keep your four-legged family members safe.
Dogs don’t have to miss out completely on the Thanksgiving menu. They can even come to your rescue and help you use some of your leftovers.
While you’re sipping your pumpkin spice latte, why not allow your pup to enjoy a pumpkin treat of his own?