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Jun 15 2012

A Brief Blog Profile: Fidose of Reality

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by Thomas Hynes

 

Fidose of Reality is, as you might have guessed, a blog dedicated to dogs. It's a dog blog. Their tag line promises "Real dogs. Real situations. Real fun. Real life." The site is written for "dog lovers of the highest order." They offer advice on traveling with dogs, health and wellness news, plus loads of other interesting and funny content. Oh, and also, they use a lot of puns. Dogs and puns together? That's almost im-paws-ible to resist!

Today on Fidose of Reality there's a post about canine couture. It's billed as "wordless", as if dogs dressed up in costumes require no comment. And that's true. Some things are perfect just the way they are. But, it's not all dogs dressed up. (Though, that would be pretty cool.) There's also tips on what to expect from a veterinarian and recommendations on products for dogs with allergies. They also have suggestions on great books for dog lovers. And, if that's not enough, they can even give you help on making your dog an internet star!

I make no bones about how much I love dogs. They're often kind, helpful, loyal and hilarious. They look silly dressed up as people and are great on the internet. But, they also mean a whole lot to a whole lot of people. Their contributions and impacts are significant, not to mention, very real. 

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