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10 Ways to Know What Your Dog Is Thinking

Your dog is an excellent communicator, and like humans, they rely on non-verbal cues to communicate with other dogs and us humans. You need to look no further than their body language and listen to their verbal cues if you want to know what your dog is thinking.Understanding how to interpret how your dog is […]

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5 Easy Tips to Pup-Proof Your Home

Whether you are getting a new pup, or are moving into a new apartment with one, you will need to take appropriate steps to pup-proof your home. If you want to be a great pet parent, you will need to make sure you leave no stone unturned, especially considering how pups can be quite curious […]

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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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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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Auto Dog Ball Launcher: Teach Fido In 4 Easy Steps

Every pet lover wants to keep his/her pet healthy and happy. Pets adore playing and always love their owner’s company. They need playing as it is a source of entertainment and also helps to burn extra energy. But, pet owners cannot always spend time with their four legged friends. That is why they look for alternatives, […]

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Why Labradors Make Great Service Dogs

Labradors are one of the most popular dog breeds in the world. They are famous for their gentleness, intelligence, and friendly demeanor. Because of their obedient and kind nature, these dogs have not only made the best companions and helpers, but they are often used as service dogs for a variety of tasks.Though there are […]

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