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Best Pet Camera Reviews

Best Pet Camera Reviews: See What Fido Does When Home Alone!…do you have a problem with keeping your dog at home alone when you are going away?…is your dog suffering from separation anxiety?…have you tried all the recommended therapy and meditation techniques without success?If you answer yes to any of the above, then you are […]

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Dog DNA Tests That Check For Health Issues:

Why Dog Genetic Markers Matter!Dog DNA tests are now being offered in the $60 to $250 price range, with the most popular tests falling within the $80 to $130 range. This makes these screenings affordable to most dog parents and dog breeders. While most of these dog DNA tests focus on determining the breed heritage […]

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Dog DNA Breed Identification Tests

Finally the Mystery Is Solved!In this post you’re going to learn about dog DNA breed identification tests that can help you solve some of the greatest mysteries in a dog parent’s life!So, you adopted a dog from the shelter or your cousin gave you a pup from their family dog who got pregnant from an […]

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Pooch Approved: Dog Summer Safety Tips!

When it is summertime, you and your pooch can have a lot of sun and outdoor activities. However, the higher the temperature is in this period may pose serious hazards to your pets, especially your pooch since it tends to go out more than other pets.Armed with the right safety precautions, you can help your […]

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The Amazing German Shepherd Dog Breed!

The German shepherd dog breed is by far one of the most popular breeds around, not only in America but in the United Kingdom. It ranks second in popularity in the United States, and fourth in Britain. What makes this breed of dog so popular? Here is everything you ever wanted to know about the […]

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10 Biggest Dog Training Myths Busted!

There is conflicting information about dog training on the internet these days.It has become more and more difficult to determine which ones are true from the ones that don’t have any factual basis.As dog owners, we love reading about interesting and FUN facts regarding our favorite pooches.However, it can sometimes get VERY overwhelming finding CREDIBLE […]

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Top 12 Dogs That Are Easy To Train

Have you been on the lookout for another dog?Perhaps you are looking for a dog for the first time.If you fit either description, then please read on for a list of our top 12 dogs that are easy to train. German Shepherd These dogs are VERY smart dogs and are VERY active as well. You […]

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Can Dogs Saliva Pass Worms? Learn More Here

You love your dog.Your dog loves you.You want to show your precious pup how much you love them by showering them with toys, treats and affection.In turn, your dog shows you their appreciation through their playfulness and slobbery saliva filled licks.All is well and good in this pet-owner scenario, until you realize that there may […]

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Why Is My Dog Shaking? Read On

It can be a scary sight.Out of the blue, your dog starts trembling or shivering.Thoughts immediately start to run through your head like…“Why is my dog shaking?”“Are these symptoms to something worse?“What if they don’t stop?”“What do I do? Do I take them to the vet?”As a dog owner, any time you witness your dog […]

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How to Train Your Dog

A dog is an animal and may therefore not behave the way you may want it to. Sometimes it may bark too much, poop in the house, pull on the leash while you are walking him. Your dog may bite others, not respond to commands, chew on items in the house, be aggressive, plus many other […]

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Aggressive Dog Breeds

An aggressive dog breed is one that exhibits behavior such as biting, growling, snarling, showing teeth and charging at a person. There are many reasons why a dog would exhibit such behavior, such as when protecting a family member, when it sees an intruder, is fearful, in pain or when protecting its possessions. Some dogs are […]

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New Puppy Tips

Having a new puppy comes with excitement and with it also comes challenges because it has not yet been trained how to behave. You will have to deal with some unfavorable behaviors such as chewing, whining, pooping and jumping.It is therefore important to ensure that you start your relationship on the right foot and that […]

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