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The Presidential Inauguration will bring masses of out-of-towners to Washington, D.C. If you’re going to be among them, here’s what you need to know to beat the crowds, stay safe and sane. Discovery travel inspira has travel tips for where to go and what not to bring with you. And don’t miss some historical spots where you may find a moment of peace and quiet. PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION TRAVEL TIPS It’s a Presidential Inauguration and excited crowds are coming to town. Whether to experience politics in action firsthand, take part in a rally or sightsee during an historic time period, expect more tourists and...

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Some people like big things and it extends to their dogs too. There are many biggest dogs breed, each with different health care and training needs. Today I will show you a list of the biggest dogs in the world. Big dog breeds that were bred to work all day will need daily activity to work off their energyThere are many breeds is classified as a biggest dog breed. You may know about the dog breed, but what do you know about the biggest dog breeds?Here is a list of the top 10 biggest dogs breed in the world.Irish wolfhoundGreat...

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So, you want to take your four legged friend on an adventure! That is fantastic! Just as it is important to be prepared yourself, it is equally important to be prepared to take care of your dog. One of the questions I seem to get often, is how to go about feeding your dog on outings. The following are a few points to consider, as you plan.The importance of having clean water available is going to be assumed in this article, as that is usually understood to be vitally important.When preparing to take your dog on adventures, the first thing...

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Like it or not, winter is coming. In fact, here in Canada, Ontario – we have already had our first snowfall! So, it’s time we start thinking about some winter safety for our dogs. Every summer, the internet is blasted with reminders about hot cars and hot pavement, and in my opinion, summer safety is taken way more seriously than winter safety. Dogs love to play in the snow, well most dogs… but that doesn’t mean they don’t still feel the cold. Chances are, if you’re cold, they’re cold! Follow these 10 winter safety tips, and you can help make...

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Anyone who has ever taken their furry friend on a trip knows that it requires lots of planning, foresight and unavoidable stress about safety in transit. Nearly 40 percent of owners now take their dog on vacation with them, according to a national survey of pet owners. That figure has increased nearly 20 percent from just 10 years ago. So, of course, a cottage industry has popped up to make pet travel easier for owners: Hotels, airports and trains now offer new services to help pets adjust to life on the road. But with so many new options, it’s easy...

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