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How To Choose The Right Dog Bed

Ideas On Where To Start Dog beds are a necessity. Your dog needs his own bed for the same reasons you do. Dog beds give your dog their very own place to sleep, a place to relax and watch the world go by

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What Is National Dog, Puppy & Pet Day All About?

They say Man’s best friend is the Dog. No one is as loyal as our pet dog, usually considered as much a family member as anyone else. We take them away on holidays with us, snuggle with them when it’s

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What Do Dogs Lick, Why & What Does It Mean?

From the time they give birth, mothers communicate with their new puppies by licking. They do this to stimulate breathing and to clean them when they are born. Dogs are therefore taught to lick right from

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Why Do Dogs Eat Poop & Grass?

Spending quality time with your dog, especially in activities such as playing catch with his favorite toy, can be a satisfying and therapeutic experience for both of you. But there’s another side to

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Can A Tough, Durable Dog Toy Ever Be Indestructible?

Wouldn’t you love it if you could buy your dog a toy to last him the entire year and also keep him/her interested in it throughout? If you’re thinking “fat chance of that happening”, we don’t

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Different Types Of Fun & Functional Dog Toys

Figuring out a fun toy to get for your dog can sometimes feel like playing a game of charades. After spending hours on the supermarket aisles picking out what you think is the perfect toy for him, you

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Choosing The Right Toy For Your Dog

You will find them by the hundreds, stacked on shelves in the supermarket pets’ section, wrapped in eye-catching packages that leave you at a loss as to which toy you should pick for your furry friend. Toys

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6 Reasons Why Dogs Love & Need Toys

It is no secret that dogs love toys. Some say they love their toys almost as much as children love candy, especially the kind that squeal and squeak. Dogs may not speak the same language as we humans,

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