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How to secure your home with pet proofing

How to secure your home with pet proofing

How to secure your home with pet proofing are ideas that all pet owners, present and future, should master. It is also the key to maintaining a happy and healthy pet in a safe home. Your home and your pet will thank you if you learn how to protect both of them.

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How to Draw a Dog

How to Draw a Dog

Learning how to draw a dog is easy, even if you have no talent. There are many ways to draw a dog — cartoon dogs, realistic dogs, coloring book dogs, stylized dogs, and so on. Cartoon drawings of dogs add a little humor into our life, allowing us to fully enjoy our dog’s humor and […]

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How You Can Tell if Dog Teeth are Bad

How You Can Tell if Dog Teeth are Bad

Knowing how you can tell if dog teeth is bad is something every dog owner should know. It is part of the maintenance contract you invisibly sign when you bring your dog home, one that few people know about. Note: By age four, most dogs are already showing signs of dog dental problems.

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Dog Poop – The Ins and Outs

Dog Poop – The Ins and Outs

Dog owners have developed the fine art of watching for early morning dog poop for any abnormal signs, while sipping their first cup of hot coffee and munching on a chocolate bagel — paper towel and poop bag sticking out of their robe pocket. Ahhh … what a picture the mind can conjure up!

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Separation Anxiety in Dogs – the Hard, Painful Truth

Separation Anxiety in Dogs – the Hard, Painful Truth

Mother Teresa once said, “The most terrible poverty is loneliness, and the feeling of being unloved.” She was speaking of humanity, but dog studies are rapidly proving they have similar emotions. Separation anxiety in dogs is considered to be the most common cause of behavioral problems …

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How to Tell What Types of Worms Your Dog Has

How to Tell What Types of Worms Your Dog Has

How to tell what type of worms your dog has is difficult at best, requiring some hands-on knowledge and lots of dog experience. Even better, a close relationship with the family vet is much needed. What most people are not aware of is that worms in dogs are not always bad, if you know how to tell the good guys from the bad guys.

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How to Find a Long Coat German Shepherd

How to Find a Long Coat German Shepherd

The long coat German Shepherd (GSD) was previously not considered eligible to enter AKC conformation dog shows; only the short hair GSD was accepted due to breed standards. Odd, as the long coat was the early ancestor of the short coat. However, quite recently this has changed in the UK. If the dog is a registered GSD with the AKC, it can be shown in UK AKC dog conformation shows as long as it is not spayed or neutered and its breed standards are accepted by the judge of the dog show. They can also be shown in AKC obedience and agility shows in the UK.

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5 Ways to Welcome New Puppies Home

5 Ways to Welcome New Puppies Home

Purchases and adoptions of new puppies that are not considered carefully can be unfair and problematic for both you and your pup. Before you acquire a puppy, it is important to think carefully whether you are a match made in heaven or hell. To help you make the right decision, here five things you should […]

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Funny Puppy Pictures on Pinterest!

Funny Puppy Pictures on Pinterest!

Funny puppy pictures, heart-warming and adorable, fill the Internet on a minute-by-minute basis, if not second-by-second. Maybe just not funny puppy pictures trip your trigger, but also some really cute pictures of puppies or pictures of dogs in just about any setting! We are sharing some of our funny puppy pictures from WayCoolDogs on our Pinterest boards. Enjoy!

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Toxic Foods for Dogs

Toxic Foods for Dogs

Toxic foods for dogs is a behavior that benefits only them, not us. In the process, you will be the one who faces the consequences of not doing something about it from the beginning…. you know …. that cute little puppy stage; the stage where you can’t say no to a certain someone with beautiful puppy breath? ( blink blink)

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Chronic Dog Diarrhea and Vomiting

Chronic Dog Diarrhea and Vomiting

Chronic dog diarrhea and vomiting is not the same thing as a occasional case of dog diarrhea and vomiting. The word chronic refers to occurring for a long duration, or reoccurring frequently. In other words, your dog may have a major problem that could eventually be life threatening, which requires a trip to the vet and tests. In fact, dog diarrhea and vomiting are the most common emergencies that bring a dog to the vet emergency room.

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Dogs Pooping Blood

Dogs Pooping Blood

When I was visiting a close friend, she was outside picking up dog poop while chomping away on a Mars bar. At the same time, she was closely observing for worms, blood, mucus, abnormal color and consistency. NOTE: She was observing dog poop, not her Mars bar.

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SARDS, or Sudden Blindness in Older Dogs

SARDS, or Sudden Blindness in Older Dogs

SARD occurs in the adult dogs of various ages ranging from 6 to 14 years old. The affected dogs remain in good health, but some dogs may have a recent history of lethargy, obesity, increased appetite, increased consumption of water or/and increased urination.

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Neurotic Dogs and Psychotic Cats

Neurotic Dogs and Psychotic Cats

I have always considered dogs easy to train and work with. This went totally out the window this winter when the stray cats arrived, beginning with their group opinion that I was an old woman who lacked in intelligence.

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How Music for Dogs Influence Their Brains

How Music for Dogs Influence Their Brains

Music for dogs can influence their brains, even with the simplest of tones, by affecting a group of distinct neurological processes. Whether it is the dog’s owner or the family dog itself, soul stirring music like “The Leave Taking” from the Lord of the Rings or “Trains and Winter Rains” by Enya can affect both in the same way.

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How to Find the Best Vet for Your Pooch

How to Find the Best Vet for Your Pooch

How to find the best vet for your pooch is about providing the best care for your dog. Dogs have a way of working their way into our heart and becoming more than just an everyday pet.

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6 Incredible Reasons to Get a Rescue Puppy

6 Incredible Reasons to Get a Rescue Puppy

When you save a rescue puppy, you are saving its life. Many shelters have to put dogs to sleep because they can’t afford to keep them. When you decide to take a rescue animal home with you, you are giving it a second chance in life. Many rescue dogs used to have owners, but their owners treated them poorly or abandoned them. Pets deserve better than that. You have a chance to make a real difference to an animal’s life, and so you should take it.

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