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Features January 2017 Issue

5 Double-Dip New Year’s Resolutions

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5 Double-Dip New Year’s Resolutions

Making New Yearís resolutions that apply to you and your dog will make you more likely to stick with them. Here are five with cross-species overlap.

Another year and with it, another list of resolutions followed by a few weeks of good intentions. But what if you were to shake things up a bit this go-round, incorporating your dog's well-being into the list of things you want to improve on? There is a good deal of overlap between a number of resolutions suited to you and to your dog, and if you make them with both of you in mind, you might be more motivated to stick with them. Here are five suggestions for resolutions that will lead to wellness benefits for you and your canine pal at the same time, allowing you to double-dip into improved outcomes.

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