It’s never a goodbye!

By Shweta Khurana

What’s good in a goodbye I wonder? How do you say goodbye to someone so dear?

Sparkle came into our lives when he was just 1.5 months old, the little heartbeat became our heartthrob from the very first moment.

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I miss you more too!

By Shweta Khurana

So, I miss black and white—the fur, the warm nose, the mesmerising eyes, the six dots on the nose, the way he jumped and wanted to be with only us in the morning. I miss him in all the big things and all the little things—his stubbornness, his playfulness, his anger, his highness being grumpy and demanding his meal, and not to forget, the right over each snack which was served.

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One of a Kind Travel Tale!

By Vipul Agrahari

It all started one evening and promised it by mistake to Happy that we will go to Leh- Ladakh with Guggu and Breezer. Time flowed like a river flows and years passed. We lost Breezer, but I had it in my heart to go for that promised road trip.

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Teach your dog skills to live life to the fullest

By Misha Deb

One of the best ways to build a healthier relationship with our canine is to use the principles of positive training that allow us to foster a relationship based on mutual trust and respect.

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Paw’tastic vacation at Birdcage in Mukteshwar

Scenic car rides through the mighty mountains, windows rolled down, crisp fragrant breeze! Looks like a perfect holiday? Nah! If you’re a pet parent you know what’s missing to make this an ideal setting.

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Meet Divya Dugar the wanderlust pet parent

By Kritika Manchanda

In a country like India where travelling with dogs is still not a popular thing, Divya Dugar and her husband are breaking stereotypes and keeping their wanderlust feels alive by travelling all across the country with their two dogs – Marco Polo (6 years) and Tigress (8 years).

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Abandonment – a crime, pledge NO & NEVER!

By Bhavani Sundaram

As an Animal Lover and Activist I am appalled at the rate at which animals, pets are abandoned and lost thanks to rresponsible pet parents. Shelters and animal NGOs are struggling with the increasing rate of abandonment.

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The Fundamental Rights of A Canine Citizen

By Garima Singhal

We love our pets, go the distance to protect their health, and would even risk our lives for them. Our beloved pets have licked and purred into our lives and hearts and are slowly making a place for themselves into our legal systems as well.

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Once Bitten Twice Shy – Lesson I learnt after a dog bite

By Kritika Manchanda

I write this while nursing an injured left hand. Lesson learnt – not every dog has to be patted. Telling you firsthand experience of a dog bite and the right medical care.

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