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Who Is Head Of Your House?

Is it “Your House” You Live in or “Your Dog’s” House?Dog dominance is a real problem, even if it doesn’t immediately manifest in aggressive behavior, and this happens time and time again around

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Why is My Older Dog Peeing in the House & What Can I Do?

What are the possible causes of a dog starting to pee in the house? How does a dog owner determine if the reason his dog is having accidents in the house is that he is getting old? How can he know that

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Canines and the City: 3 Steps to House-train Your City Dog!

Many more city dwellers are choosing to have dogs as pets. The city can be a fun place for your pooch but does not come without its challenges. Here, we look at house-training puppies in the city and three

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Choose The Best Trainer or Training Course for Your Dog

Do dogs need a specialist trainer to help them learn all the essentials of behavior and socialization? Dogs are mostly kept as pets in the house so it becomes essential to train the dog and make it learn

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Separation Anxiety in Dogs: 5 Causes & 5 Treatments

Separation Anxiety is a fear/anxiety-based behavior in dogs. It is a common dog problem that can affect any dog breed at any age. They basically are afraid (anxious to the point of panic) about being left

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Delightful Dorkie Dogs: Possibly the Cutest Mixed Breed ever!

What do you get when you cross a Yorkie and Dachshund? A Dorkie! (as it is affectionately known). The Yorkie Dachshund mix can exhibit characteristics of both breeds in terms of temperament and looks.All

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Can My Dog Be Vegetarian? 5 Crucial Questions Answered

It is possible that many people would think vegetarian dog food is a wrong choice to feed a dog, based on the premise that it is a proven DNA fact that our domestic dog is a descendant of the Gray Wolf,

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Keeping Your Dog Healthy & When To Call A Vet

There is so much you can do at home to keep your dog healthy and when they do fall ill, you can learn to read the signs and decide whether it is time to call a vet. Dog owners are some of the most giving

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7 Top Tips For Shih Tzu Care: Tiny Dogs, Big Personalities!

The lovable Shih Tzu has come a long way. All the way from ancient China to now being one of the top 10 favorite dogs breeds for Americans. Also known as “Little Lions” or “Chrysanthemum-faced

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Is Big Always Better? 3 Things To Consider With Large Breed Dogs

If you love big dogs or have seen just too many families playing in the parks or on the beaches with theirs and you are thinking you have to get some of that action… well, we’re here to help you out.Why

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10 Top Tips To Prepare For Your New Big Dog

Ok, you’ve had a good look at all the different breeds of big dogs and have your heart set on the perfect one for your family. All you have to now do is bring him home and you’ll have a faithful friend

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Naughty Dogs…Stop Jumping! Stop Chewing! Stop Digging!

You love your furry friend but he can be rather naughty sometimes! Three of his favorite naughty games to play are jumping, chewing and digging. Sound familiar? These behaviors are all rooted in his canine

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15 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Getting A Dog

From puppy-proofing your house to choosing the right breed for you, what do you need to think about before taking the plunge and bringing a dog into your home?#1: Can You Puppy-Proof Your House?Puppies

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Frisbee and Flyball for Your Furry Friend

Frisbee and Flyball are two of the most popular sports for dogs, both for fun at home and training for competitions. This article gives you all you need to know about both sports.Dog FrisbeeFrisbee is

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The Only Guide to Dog Agility You’ll Ever Need to Read!

Agility is one of the fastest-growing dog sports. It’s lots of fun for both the handler and the dog! Most agility competitions are open to all dogs, mixed breed or pure breed, as long as they are

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Can I Crash On Your Couch For A While?

So, you have thought about helping out a dog out in need for a while and you are ready to take the plunge and you are wondering what your options are. Should you foster, foster to adopt or adopt? What

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10 Chill Out Tips For Angry Dogs

It’s important to realize that any dog is capable of biting under certain circumstances. It’s a myth that only vicious dogs bite.Understanding Dog AggressionFortunately, aggression is often predictable,

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What Shall I Feed My New Pup? Getting It Just Right

Introducing a puppy to a new home and giving it the life it deserves is enjoyable and exciting for a family. However, many families stress about purchasing the right food for their new pup so they can

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Confused? 5 Tips for Understanding Dog Food Labels

Unfortunately, as with so many other products, the majority of what we find on a label of dog food is pure, unadulterated marketing. Marketing designed specifically to get the consumer, you, to shell out

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Could Your Dog Be Allergic To His Dinner? 5 Ideas

Finding the best dog food for allergies or Intolerance will take a bit of time and effort as it is likely to be a process of elimination.1. Allergy Or Intolerance?It is worth noting that dog allergies

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7 Helpful Hints On Training A Small Dog

Small dog breeds are excellent for many reasons as the next addition to your family. You might live in a small apartment or home and want a tiny companion that won’t take up too much space or time. Maybe

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3 Tried & Tested Training Tips For Your Small Dog

Your small dog has specific training requirements that can help him become a happy and healthy companion. From choosing the right leash, dog collar and even considering a muzzle, there are many ways to

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