Saratoga Dog Lovers Blog


Trail Etiquette for You and Your Dog

Hiking is an excellent way to give both yourself and your dog some physical and mental exercise. Hitting up a trail instead of a normal walk around your neighborhood gives you a change of scenery and can give your pup a new area to explore and get excited about. If you’re looking to take a […]

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Tommy 2-3yr Old Neutered Male Pit Mix (Adopted)

UPDATE: Tommy was adopted! Tommy got a wonderful home with a young man in August 2018. He lives on a couple acres and is loving life. His name is Tommy. He is a 2-3yr old neutered male pit mix. He’s a sweet boy who has had a rough road to date. Tommy was a stray in […]

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Benefits of Dog Kongs & Recipes

Ah, the Kong! Since the creation of the original Kong dog toy in the 1970s, humans and canines alike have found much to love about this ubiquitous rubber plaything. Whether you’re seeking solutions for chronic chewers, an aid for an anxious pooch, or simply a great gift for your best furry friend, a Kong just […]

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Sweet Jackson Is Looking For a Loving Home

This gentle giant is Jackson, and is he full of personality! He is a 4 year old Rhodesian Ridgeback mix weighing about 90 lbs. Jackson is in need of a new home. He is looking for a family with another dog (preferably female but male may work.). Unfortunately there should be no small children. However, […]

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Spring Health Tips for Dog Owners in Upstate New York!

With April heralding the approach of warmer days ahead, you might be feeling eager to stow your winter gear and hit the grass with your furry friend in tow. Or perhaps you’re looking to celebrate spring with a bit of sprucing up around the home. Whatever your goals for the changing seasons, check out these […]

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Tips for Hiking with Your Dog in Cold Weather

There’s nothing better than enjoying a stroll through nature with your best furry friend in tow. And with four beautiful seasons to experience here in Upstate New York, there’s no reason why the fun should stop come wintertime. With our winter tips, you’ll be fully equipped for your next outing, so you can spend less […]

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Pet Tech: Get Trained in Pet First Aid and CPR

by Jennifer McDonald Recently, I completed my re-certification at the Pet Tech PetSaver CPR & First Aid class at Milton Manor Pet Spa & Resort. Pet Tech is the first international training center dedicated to CPR, First Aid & Care for dogs and cats. Twyla and Cassi, our class instructors did an amazing job of […]

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The Simple Dollar – Pet Cost Calculator

Pet ownership represents a large emotional – and financial – commitment. Whether you buy from a pet store or a breeder, adopt an animal from a shelter, or take in a stray, initial costs are just the beginning of the story. The Simple Dollar’s Pet Cost Calculator examines the different costs associated with pet ownership […]

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Tips for Owning a Dog in An Apartment

Owning a dog is one of the most rewarding and enjoyable experiences in life. Ask any dog owner and they will tell you there are few relationships more rewarding than the bond you share with your beloved pup. That being said, it can be a daunting and stressful task finding suitable living arrangements for you […]

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Tips for Camping with Your Dog

Summertime means time to enjoy the outdoors! And for many of us, it’s the perfect time of year to go camping with our four-legged friends. There are plenty of great reasons to take your dog with you on your camping trip: Like you, your dog loves the great outdoors. Most dogs are great cuddlers, keeping you […]

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