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Extra Large Dog Houses For the Great Pyrenees

Extra Large Dog Houses For the Great Pyrenees

Staff June 28, 2017 0

With their long thick fair fur, jet black noses, and extra large size, the friendly faces you’d be looking into may sound like and look a little like a polar bear cub but these

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I Thought I Knew Her Well – In Honor of Mother’s Day

I Thought I Knew Her Well – In Honor of Mother’s Day

Staff June 28, 2017 0

I knew my mother well I never fancied myself an author. In fact, part of the reason I chose to go to engineering school was that it didn’t involve much writing. My master’s degree

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Human Medications Toxic To Dogs

Human Medications Toxic To Dogs

Staff June 26, 2017 0

Every day, veterinarians treat puppies and dogs that have gotten into human medications; most, which can be or are toxic to our canine companions. The degree of danger often depends on the type and

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Dog Dominance Behavior – Dog Humping and Dog Mounting Problems

Dog Dominance Behavior – Dog Humping and Dog Mounting Problems

Staff June 26, 2017 0

Among the many dog dominance behaviors, those surrounded by perhaps more myths than any others are dog mounting problems and dog humping women. No, contrary to popular opinion, these obnoxious dog instinctive behaviors have

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Best Dog Foods – What Dogs Ate Before They Were Domesticated

Best Dog Foods – What Dogs Ate Before They Were Domesticated

Staff June 26, 2017 0

What dogs eat today is far different to what they ate before domestication. While dog food today has nutrients that an animal requires and your pet may scarf it down hungrily, a wild dog

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7 Facts About Drinking Water for Dogs

7 Facts About Drinking Water for Dogs

Staff June 24, 2017 0

We know water is the elixir of life for us. But do our dogs need drinking water? If so how much? When to give themwater? 7 facts about dog’s drinking water have been listed

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Ataxia – Any Puppy or Dog Can Have or Get It

Ataxia – Any Puppy or Dog Can Have or Get It

Staff June 23, 2017 0

The word ataxia comes from the Greek. It means lack of order. It can show up in a puppy or dog, from the age of 3-4 weeks old to its senior years. It is

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Pug Anxiety Disorders – It’s No Laughing Matter

Pug Anxiety Disorders – It’s No Laughing Matter

Staff June 22, 2017 0

Anxiety in dogs can be just as complicated as it is with people. Actually, it can be tougher to deal with because dogs are not able to talk to you and tell you what’s

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Is Your Dog Showing Signs of Stress?  6 Simple Techniques to De-Stress Your Pooch

Is Your Dog Showing Signs of Stress? 6 Simple Techniques to De-Stress Your Pooch

Staff June 22, 2017 0

When it comes to our four legged friends, the impact of stress has long been underestimated. Stress in humans can lead to health problems, affect our relationships with others and can make us unbalanced,

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What is the Number 1 Most Important Factor in Greyhound Handicapping?

What is the Number 1 Most Important Factor in Greyhound Handicapping?

Staff June 21, 2017 0

We all want to pick winners, but we all have different ways of going about it. Some people just pick a lucky number and play it all night. Other people go by “feelings” and

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