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Yesterday while driving in Denver I looked at my car thermometer and it read 100 degrees! This got me thinking about our furry friends and how we can help them beat the heat during these dog days of summer. Plus, in Colorado we love being outside with our dogs, so here are some  to help you and your dog get through this heat!

WATER! WATER! WATER!
It’s important we make sure our friends stay hydrated and have access to fresh, cool water during these hot summer days. Lack of water can lead to dehydration and heat stroke. If you are planning adventure out with your pup bring him his own water, so you both stay hydrated and cool.

WATCH THE THERMOMETER!
Keeping an eye on the heat is very important, especially if you are planning an outing or taking

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Denver’s First Pop Up Park! The Square on 21st

 New Things to do in Denver

Pop Up restaurants and shops have maintained their chic-mystique over the past several years. But, ahead-of-the-cool-curve-Denver has taken the concept several steps further with a pop up park! The Square on 21st spans 21st street from Larimer to Lawrence (The Ballpark Block) and will be entertaining Denverites until August 15th, 2017 from 7am to 11pm, daily. Mayor Hancock explained the new project - a partnership with Denver’s Department of Public Works, upon its July opening, “Our parks bring neighbors together, and this new public space will allow the community to spend time outdoors and experience our vibrant downtown in new ways.”

The Live Urban Real estate marketing team attended

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Do’s and Don’ts for Keeping your Pup Safe this Independence Day

Fourth-of-July-Pet-Safety

Fourth of July Fireworks are fun and exciting for us, but can be truly terrifying for our pets. It can cause them to go into Fight or Flight Mode, either destroying the house or leaving a Fido sized hole in the window screen. More dogs go missing and end up in shelters on Fourth of July weekend than any other time of year. According to PetAmberAlert.com, animal control sees a 30-60% increase in lost pets on July 4-6 every year. Sadly only 14% are returned to their owners. We want your dog to be safe and happy this Independence Day, so we’ve put together a list of Do’s and Dont’s to minimize the negative impact on your best friend, because a happy dog makes a happy home! 

Fourth-of-July-Pet-Safety

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Take-your-dog-to-work-day

This Friday, June 23rd is Take Your Dog to Work Day, an annual tradition started in 1999 by Pet Sitters International to showcase the joy that dogs bring to our lives and to encourage pet adoption.

The Live Love Wag Team works alongside our pups every day and we can confirm that it definitely makes work more enjoyable! Be everyone’s favorite co-worker and suggest that your office participate! Well behaved pets best serve the purpose of the event, so make sure your dog is friendly towards humans and other dogs and bring his favorite toy or long lasting treat to keep him busy while you work. Of course you’ll want to make sure that your office is free from hazards and be mindful of co-workers with allergies.

If you can’t talk your boss into

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