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Think You Have A Smart Dog?

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According to an article in he Nov. 11, 2020 issue of The New York Times, titled Who Is The Smartest Dog? Let the Competition Begin, "scientists in Hungary are streaming experiments with dogs that know many words, featuring them in a contest of canine intelligence." "Starting on Wednesday at 1 p.m. Eastern time and continuing until Monday, Nov. 16, the contest, which is also a scientific experiment, will be live-streamed on Facebook and YouTube. It will test six of the world’s smartest dogs, found by word of mouth and social media, on their ability to learn the names of new...

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SodaPup dog toys featured in Pet Age Magazine

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Pet Age Magazine’s November/December issue is now out in print reaching 26,654 subscribers serving up the SodaPup durable nylon Hot Dog Toy. Link to full magazine: https://www.petage.com/digitaledition/dog-guide-2020/ PetAge.com also featured our SodaPup Industrial Dog nylon  toys.  These toys come in fun tool shapes including the Pipewrench chew toy, the Circular Saw blade chew toy.

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SodaPup Holiday Toys Featured in the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette

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SodaPup's holiday dog toy collection garnered more attention earlier this week with a call out in the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette.  You can see the coverage at this link. https://www.nwaonline.com/news/2020/nov/07/tools-and-toys/ SodaPup carries a wide variety of seasonal toys for your pups this season.  Order online at this link: https://sodapup.com/collections/holiday-collection

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Spread the Christmas Cheer Gift Guide 2020

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SodaPup dog toys have been featured in This Lady Blogs Christmas Gift guide for Pets.  You can see the article here. https://thisladyblogs.com/for-pets/ Have you gotten your dogs some holiday goodies yet?  It's not too late.  Go here to find some fun holiday gifts. https://sodapup.com/collections/holiday-collection

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Dogs are humans' oldest companions, DNA shows

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By Paul RinconScience editor, BBC News website A study of dog DNA has shown that our "best friend" in the animal world may also be our oldest one. The analysis reveals that dog domestication can be traced back 11,000 years, to the end of the last Ice Age. This confirms that dogs were domesticated before any other known species. Our canine companions were widespread across the northern hemisphere at this time, and had already split into five different types. Despite the expansion of European dogs during the colonial era, traces of these ancient indigenous breeds survive today in the Americas,...

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