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Survival Kit for Dogs Infograhic

Survival Kit For Dogs InfograhicSurvival Kit for Dogs (Why You Should Have One)Natural disasters and other emergencies seem to be featured on the news almost weekly these days, wouldn’t you agree? It was only a month ago or so that Britain faced terrible snow storms that caused everything to come to a standstill. As a result, […]

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Signs and Symptoms of Heartworm in Dogs

Ah, the weather is finally warm and sunny – perfect for long nature walks with your dog. However, with warm weather come nasty mosquitoes that can completely ruin your relaxing outing. Yes, they are annoying, but they also might carry a bigger problem that can affect your dog – heartworm! So, if you live in a […]

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Train Your Dog to Get Along with Your Bird

Have you wondered if you could train your dog to get along with your bird? Many people drop the idea as they think the animals will be unable to adjust and get along.The thought of keeping birds or other small pets with dogs does seem impossible at first. What we don’t know is that dogs […]

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Impulse Control Training For Dogs and Why it Matters

Training your dog to be better-behaved is an important part of being a responsible dog owner. If you don’t attempt to train your dogs, then they’re going to follow their natural urges and will be really difficult to handle. By their nature, dogs aren’t the most patient animals. They can be naturally loving pets but will […]

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Help… How Can I Treat Excessive Shedding In My Dog

Does your dog suffer from excessive shedding? Are you tired from constantly vacuuming, trying to keep up on floating hair everywhere? Unfortunately, dog shedding is related to your dog’s health, and you can’t stop it with a magic potion. However, you can treat excessive shedding in dogs by keeping them well groomed and healthy.What are the […]

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Why Are Dog Lovers So Awesome??!

When you’ve got a dog, you’ve got a friend for life. They are the ultimate roommate, the best listener, the most honest love there is. Not only are they adorable little piles of fur to love and pet, but they are also our companions for life. If you don’t already have a dog but are considering […]

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Shiba Inu Dog Breed Info: The Independent, Feisty Dog!

The Shiba Inu Dog has become an internet phenomena. It’s cute, “fox-like” expression has captured the hearts and minds of thousands of people around the world. You’ll now find Shiba Inu dogs with hundreds of thousands of followers on Instagram. But it’s not just memes and Instagram fame, there’s so much more to this breed. Let’s dive […]

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Are You Feeding Your Dog The Highest Quality Dry Dog Food?

If you believe that your dog deserves only the best nutrition that it craves, then you should really start giving her the highest quality dry dog food. I really have to emphasize ‘highest-quality’ here since there are plenty of products that are of mediocre quality. By getting ONLY high quality dry dog food, you are ensuring […]

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5 Basic Tips to Teach Your Dog Discipline

Having a disciplined dog is not the same as having a well balanced dog. However, if your dog knows basic discipline, it can be useful when handling behavior issues – existing or bad behavior that may develop later on. Where do you begin to teach your dog discipline? Well, for this, you have a few options; […]

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Useful Tips on How to Test Blood Sugar In Dogs

Looking for some useful tips on how to test blood sugar in dogs?Need helpful hacks for when you test blood sugar in your dog? We can help…Managing diabetes of your dogs can be very difficult. The readings of blood glucose level can change with food consumption, stress level, exercise and other basic daily fluctuations.You also […]

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Most Common Signs of Canine Heart Disease

Like most medical issues, early diagnosis of heart disease is crucial. Unfortunately, heart disease is quite common in dogs, affecting as much as 10 percent of all canines.  The good news is that the condition is rather easy to spot if you know what to look for. Here are some of the most common signs […]

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