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7 Things To Think About Before Adopting A Dog

Choosing a dog is an important decision. Choosing the right dog means considering breeds, and whether you'll choose buying a purebred or dog adoption. Although adopting is kind, it isn't a good fit for

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3 Ideas To Stop Dog’s Whining, Growling & Biting

1. How To Stop A Dog GrowlingIf you are a dog owner, no doubt you love your pet dearly, but perhaps you have some behavioral problems with him or her. One of the most common problems with dogs is growling

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4 Major Skin Problems Your Dog Might Get

Your dog’s skin is very similar to human skin. The skin is the largest organ and the first line of defense against harmful bacteria. Your dog’s skin will serve as a visible warning to the dog owner

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10 Crucial Considerations for Healthy Dogs & Puppies

1. WormingAll puppies should be treated as though they do have worms, in order to avoid a missed diagnosis. Assuming that your dog has come from a responsible breeder, he should have been wormed from the

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Why Dogs Need & Love Crate Covers. Top 3 Reviewed

As pet parents, we’re all aware of how crates are important for housebreaking as well as providing a place for your best friend to retreat and relax at the end of the day. But did you know that crate

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5 Different Types of Dog Toy To Consider

Dog toys may include just about anything that dogs find interesting enough to focus their attention on. Even simple items like twigs and pieces of cardboard boxes fall into the category of dog toys. What

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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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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 Frisbee Frisbee

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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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Get the Best Dog Door, Kennel and Fence for Your Little Dog

Your small dog just loves going outside…and sometimes she loves to laze around in the house. What are some ways of making sure she can have the best of both worlds? Dog Doors Sometimes when you

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4 Accessories for the Pooch That Has Everything!

Beds, harnesses, car seats and toys… How do you choose the best versions for the smaller dog? #1: Small Dog Beds If you can easily imagine your own Scottie or Chihuahua as the petite star of a canine

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Does My Tail Look Big In This? Fashion For Your Furry Little Friend

Cozy coats to protect against the winter wind chill, measuring your pooch up for a sweater to wear on snowy walks and finding cute costumes for Halloween! Shopping for your dog can be great fun. Coats

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Can Your Dog & Your Baby Really Be BFFs?

Dogs and children can grow up to be great friends. Many of us have very special memories of being with a “best friend” as a child. But unfortunately not all dogs relish the company of a boisterous

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Road Trip! 5 Top Tips for Dog Car Travel

Dogs travel about in cars for all sorts of reasons – to accompany us to work, to get to the park, to go on holiday, to visit friends. Many of these journeys will be short, but we also take our dogs on

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The Great Dog Crate Debate Rages On

Dog owners who have never done any crate training with their dogs may see dog crates as a form of punishment. They’re anything but punishment and should never actually be used to punish your dog. Dog

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The Extraordinary Guide Dog…How Do They Do It?

From 18th Century Paris to the many partnerships between guide dogs and blind handlers today; what is the history of the guide dog and how do they provide the crucial support and companionship that helps

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What Are The Rules Regarding Airline Approved Dog Crates?

Traveling by air has changed a lot over the last two decades. So much so that flying with your four-legged friend is no longer a matter of simply shipping him off as checked luggage in his crate. We have

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How Color-Blind Are Dogs & Why Does Their Visual Spectrum Differ?

Regardless of what you might have heard, dogs see more than just black, white, and gray and are therefore not colorblind in that sense. However, the color range they are able to perceive is much more limited

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Are Igloo Dog Houses The Warmest? 5 of the Best Reviewed

During the bitter winter months, it’s always better to be indoors with your dog and the rest of the family.  However, if that’s not possible you can always turn to the next best thing to keep Fido

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Do Invisible Dog Fences Work? 5 of the Best Reviewed

There’s no doubt that fencing is one of the best ways to prevent your dog from becoming a nuisance in the neighborhood. However, this is just one side of the story. Fencing also keeps him safe from misfortunes

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Why Are There So Many Rescue Dogs and Are Breeders Making It Worse?

There’s no question that shelters are full of dogs that are in need of good homes. According to the ASPCA close to 6.5 million pets end up in U.S. animal shelters nationwide every year; 3.3 million

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