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Canine Company Supports Norwalk River Valley Trail Expansion

- 5/18/2018 10:29:30 AM
Canine Company Supports Norwalk River Valley Trail ExpansionIn celebration of our 35th anniversary, Canine Company has donated $5000 to support the Norwalk River Valley Trail project, a dog-friendly recreational area in southwestern Connecticut where the company is based.
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Are Your Pets Protected Against Parasites?

- 4/3/2018 1:32:42 PM
Are Your Pets Protected Against Parasites?Flea and tick season is starting early this year for much of the northeastern U.S. and pest control experts are predicting 2018 will see a bumper crop of the problem parasites. 
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Trouble Training your Dog? You May Have Fallen for One of these Myths

- 3/20/2018 2:11:29 PM
Trouble Training your Dog?  You May Have Fallen for One of these MythsTeaching basic good manners can make living with a dog happier and easier for everyone in the family.  To be successful, you need to know the right things to do. 

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Four Questions to Ask a Pet Sitter Before You Book

- 3/13/2018 2:51:03 PM
Four Questions to Ask a Pet Sitter Before You BookWith spring vacation just a few weeks away, and summer not far behind, many of us are booking vacation travel. As pet lovers, an important question we need to answer is "what will I do with the family dog or cat while I'm away." 
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Canine Company Honored for Support of Pet Adoption

- 3/7/2018 1:16:01 PM
Canine Company Honored for Support of Pet AdoptionThe Ridgefield Operation for Animal Rescue (ROAR), a Connecticut animal shelter, has honored Canine Company with its Community Business Star Award for our long-time support of the ROAR’s mission to find loving homes for pets in need.
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Does your Dog Have Cabin Fever? Here’s How to Help!

- 1/25/2018 10:54:45 AM
Does your Dog Have Cabin Fever? Here’s How to Help!Did you know that your dog can suffer from winter time depression? Short daylight hours and cold temperatures means fewer opportunities for outdoor exercise and dogs accustomed to running and playing can become frustrated at being trapped inside all day. 
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