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Latasha Doyle

Latasha Doyle
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Latasha Doyle is a writer, wife, and a fur mom living outside of Denver, CO. She has always been an animal lover and adopted her dogs, Clyde and Webster, in 2008. Latasha and her husband also have four cats for a complete and friendly family.

How Not to Get Scammed Adopting a Puppy

Adopting a dog instead of buying one from a breeder is a commendable thing. But not everybody goes to a local shelter or adoption...

5 Ways to Help Dogs With Itchy Skin

Consistent itching and scratching in dogs – a valid and common concern for most pet owners. It's normal for dogs to experience some kind of...

16 Healthy Human Foods for Dogs (That You Haven’t Thought Of)

Rarely if ever are we encouraged to feed our dogs “human foods”, but some whole foods can actually have great health benefits. But some...

82 Heartwarming Christmas Dog Movies [Infographic]

Looking to incorporate a little canine love into your holiday season this year? The best Christmas dog movies will put a smile on any pet...

8 Artificial Christmas Trees That Are Safe for Dogs

Christmas can be a dangerous time for your dog if you are not careful enough. There are many things that can harm your dog,...

25 Cool and Unique Dog Christmas Cards

If you’re a holiday traditionalist like me, then you enjoy the process of sitting down and writing Christmas cards. One of my favorite parts...

World’s Best Dog-Friendly Holiday Resorts

Going abroad for a holiday can be great fun when you have a dog, but it can also be troublesome. Some dogs don’t like...

30 Top Spots for Best Holidays with Dogs in the USA

Looking for a holiday spot with your dog is always a challenge. It is a rewarding challenge, of course, since going on a holiday...

A Full Year’s List of All Dog Holidays

With the holiday season upon us, it’s time to start thinking about presents for our family and friends. What about our furry, four-legged friends,...

5 Reasons Your Dog Has Canine Bloat and How to Prevent...

To nobody's surprise, canine bloat is exactly what it sounds like – a bloated stomach that makes your dog incredibly uncomfortable. But unlike humans...

8 Remedies for Dog’s Kennel Cough

Kennel cough is no fun for dogs of any age, and as the owner you are probably desperate to find a way to help...

6 Uses and Health Benefits of Honey for Dogs

Many humans love honey for a number of reasons, including its natural sweetening properties and its many uses for health and diet. Recently, after...

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Covering the subject of homemade dog food recipes is a big part of Top Dog Tips. Today, though, we’re breaking out the lab coats...
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The Complete Guide on Osteosarcoma in Dogs

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