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How Dogs End Up In Shelters

Why Dogs End Up In Shelters

Things are improving. More and more people are having their dogs spayed or neutered. In fact, more than 75% of the dogs in the United States have undergone this procedure. Also, people are getting the message that when they want to buy a dog, the first place they should look is their local animal shelter. Nevertheless, […]

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Things To Do With Your Dog In The Fall

Things To Do With Your Dog This Fall

Fall is a great time to get out and about with your dog. There is an invigorating nip in the air and it’s time to get moving. Some of these activities are specifically designed for participation with dogs, Others are just traditional fall activities which you can take your dog along to. Pumpkin PickingPumpkins are […]

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Ways You Could Be Inadvertently Harming Your Dog

You Could Be Inadvertently Harming Your Dog

As dog owners, we love our dogs. We do everything we can to make sure that their needs are taken care of. We often treat them as a part of the family. This is the problem – a dog’s needs are different from ours. We should take this into account during our daily interaction with […]

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Dogs And Cold Weather

Dogs And Cold Weather

Dogs are descended from wolves and because of this people tend to think that dogs don’t feel the cold. The truth is, there are some temperatures which are just too cold for dogs. Prolonged exposure to cold weather can put your dog in danger of hypothermia and frost bite. Use common sense and don’t take […]

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Why Isn’t My Dog Sleeping At Night?

Why Isnt My Dog Sleeping At Night

Dogs adjust to the sleeping patterns of their owners. So, after he has had a few weeks to get tuned in to your routines, your dog should be going to bed and getting up at the same time as you. When your dog changes his nightly sleep pattern it is usually a sign that something […]

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Easy Ways To Exercise your Dog

Easy Ways To Exercise Your Dog

Sometimes we just don’t feel up to taking our dog for a walk. On the other hand we know that our dog needs his daily exercise. Fortunately, there are a number of alternate ways to keep your dog’s fitness level up. Playing Fetch.This is one of the best games to play with your dog. It […]

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Caring For A Senior Dog

Caring For Your Senior Dog

There is no getting away from the fact that at some point, our dogs will start to slow down and show signs of ageing. Generally speaking, smaller dogs age more slowly and live longer than large dogs. Nevertheless, sooner or later, all dog owners have to face the fact that their dog just can’t so […]

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Dog’s Dental Problems

Dogs Dental Problems

Dogs rarely show signs of pain from dental problems. On the other hand, dentists estimate that more than 85% of dogs over 4 years old will have some kind of gum disease. Other dental problems include cracked or broken teeth. Your dog can’t tell you he is suffering so It’s up to you to inspect his […]

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Do Dogs Like Hugs?

Do Dogs Like Hugs

Humans love hugging dogs. There is something about snuggling up against that warm fur that we really love. In fact surveys have shown that dog owners spend more time hugging their dogs than they do hugging their human companions. Because we love it we tend to assume that our dog feels the same. But does […]

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How To Feed A Dog Bones

How To Feed A Dog Bones

The overwhelming majority of pet dogs are fed dried food. Owners often don’t consider incorporating raw bones into their dog’s diet. This is despite the known benefits of feeding raw bones to dogs. Advantages of Raw Bones for dogs.Raw bones are great for oral health. The gnawing action cleans the teeth, massages the gums and […]

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