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It’s Baseball Season, and Dogs are Welcome!

Batter up! Another baseball season is underway, and we’re looking forward to cheering on our favorite teams. In recent years, many ball parks have held events that welcome our furry friends into the stands, too. So this year we’ve rounded up some of these upcoming events sure to delight all you baseball-loving dog owners out there. Check ‘em out, and see if your local team has joined the dog-friendly club!
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WKC Best in Show 2016 - Photos via Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show Facebook Page

Best in Show at the 2016 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show Goes to…

Best in Show WKC 2016 - Photo from Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show Facebook pageCongratulations to CJ, a German Shorthaired Pointer, who beat over 3,000 dogs to win the top prize – Best in Show – at the 140th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show last evening at Madison Square Garden in New York City. CJ, a three year-old male who’s full name is CGH VJ-Myst Garbonita’s California Journey, is only the third German Shorthaired Pointer (GSP) to win Best in Show at Westminster. He is the grandson of Carlee, who took the Best in Show title at Westminster in 2005.
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The DogWatch Office Dogs: Hard-Working Pups!

Each of our 10 office dogs has an important job to do at DogWatch Headquarters in Natick, MA. Check out Biz the Black Lab, Brodie the Dachshund, Nellie the Australian Shepherd and more in this, our latest DogWatch Office Dogs video!

What job is your pet best suited for? Tell us in the comments!

Dog Tails Dog of the Month Ludivine

Dog Tails Dog of the Month: Ludivine the Marathon Bloodhound

We’re starting a new tradition in the new year – the Dog Tails Dog of the Month! In this feature, we’ll share fun, adventurous, inspiring stories of dogs who have made headlines and captured our hearts.

Our first Dog Tails Dog of the Month is Ludivine, a Bloodhound from Alabama who became a sensation earlier this month when she accidentally joined a half-marathon race in her hometown. How did Ludivine go from a “lazy girl” to a world-famous dog athlete? Read on to find out!
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