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Take Your Dog to Work! (INFOGRAPHIC)


Are you ready for Take Your Dog to Work Day on Friday, June 23rd? Find out why dog-friendly offices attract and retain happy employees in the below graphic. Did you know that 90% of people wish they worked in a dog-friendly office and 32% would be willing to take a pay cut of 10% of more? Looking to make your office dog friendly? See our Top 10 Tips for a Successful Dog-Friendly Office to make it successful for everyone.

Take Your Dog to Work: Dog-Friendly Office Attract and Retain Happy Employees

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Dog-Friendly Hiking Trails - Lake George, NY

Photo Credit: Laurie CarrLake George, located in northern New York state at the southeast part of the Adirondack Mountains, is full of hiking opportunities for people and dogs of all abilities and ages. Filled with challenging steeper trails with stunning views of Lake George or peaceful paths of undisturbed ponds and wetlands, there is something for everyone. The Lake George Land [...]

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Botanical Basics for Your Dog

Dogs have a nose for odors. In fact, they possess 50 times more olfactory receptors in their noses compared to humans, and the part of a dog's brain that is devoted to analyzing smells is 40 times larger than ours. Using botanicals is a perfect way to help our pets with anxiety and stress, as well as to [...]

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​5 Hiking Dogs to Follow on Instagram

Here at Kurgo, we're all about enjoying life together with your dog. Many people love exploring the outdoors with their pups, especially during the warmer months. We talked with a few of our favorite Instagram friends to see what they love most about hiking with their dogs. Here’s what they had to say:Atlas the Adventure Dog: @atlastheadventuredogFavorite month to hike with [...]

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Spring Travel Hot Spots for You and Your Pup

It’s that time of year – days are getting longer, the air is getting warmer, and the travel itch has begun. However, many dog owners are under the impression that they cannot experience the places they want because they don’t want to leave their pup behind. Good news – you don’t have to! Whether you want to go somewhere [...]

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Many people have the same seemingly innocuous items laying around their houses: foods, medicine, pest killers. However, we all too often forget to put these things out of reach of our beloved pups. And, while some things are probably okay to leave out in the open, it’s always better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your [...]

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Dog-Friendly Hikes: British Columbia

The western Canadian province British Columbia is an outdoor mecca, given that it is home to four mountain ranges, 18 volcanoes, and countless rivers and lakes within the 14 million hectares of parkland and reserves. Both Vancouver and Victoria are surrounded by abundant nature, so adventure is never far. Both cities have fantastic hiking directories that allow you to filter [...]

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Running with Your Dog (Infographic)

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5 Expert Tips for Running with Your Dog

Let’s face it - running with your dog can, at times, be the most rewarding experience and, at others, the most frustrating. In fact, in the course of a single run, it can be both… twice over. So why, you might ask, do we do it? For me, the simplest answer is that it makes me happy and, [...]

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