Dog Health & CareDog Worms

The usual reaction people have when they see small pieces of white rice wandering around their dog’s rectum is a long, drawn-out vocal “eeeewww,” similar to police cars racing toward the local donut shop with sirens blaring.

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home for a new puppy
Dog TrainingGuest Post

So you’ve adopted a new 4-legged cuddly family member with an inquisitive wet nose and you couldn’t be happier. Now all that’s left is introducing your new puppy into your home with pets. This may take some time and patience, especially if the old pet[s] is an alpha dog or cat.

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NuVet Labs
Animal Abuse, Dog FightingDog AdoptionDog RescueReviews

A book written from the heart of an animal advocate, in the book C.A. Wulff quotes Mahatma Gandhi, “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.”

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a dog story
Animal Abuse, Dog FightingDog AdoptionDog StoriesGuest Post

Vanilla had a home, of sorts, in a yard where she was thrown an occasional bone or maybe some leftovers. A friend of mine, an angel whose mission in life is to care for and nourish hungry dogs, had been feeding her for some time. One day she found her

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protect and care for pets
Dog TrainingGuest Post

Getting a dog not house-trained to go outside (or wherever you may want them to) can be tough, especially when you can start to feel more like a janitor than a trainer. Some dogs seem to pick things up pretty quickly and some seem to struggle, but the way you clean up the mess can have a pretty big impact on success.

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microchip reader for dogs
Guest Post

… the thought of losing our pet pooch is terrifying, since most of us love our dogs as if they were dear members of the family. This is why a dog ID is so vital. Microchips, dog tattoos and dog tags are three common ways to make sure your doggy is always identifiable, explained further in this ID guide for dog owners.

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Organic Dog Food
Dog Health & CareGuest Post

Feeding quality organic dog food is one of the responsibilities of taking care of your dog, and owning a dog or puppy is definitely a big responsibility.

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train your puppy
Dog TrainingGuest Post

If you own a puppy and you decide it’s time to teach him how to walk on a leash, then you should know that this is not as difficult as it may sound – when dogs are young, it is very easy to “mould” their behavior. To train your puppy

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Petra
Animal Abuse, Dog FightingDog AdoptionDog RescueGuest Post

Petra’s dog story began when she was surrendered by her owners and they realized how much her corrective surgery would cost. Petra had several large, angry-looking mammary tumors, and the surgery would have had to be very extensive.

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vet appointment
Dog Health & CareGuest Post

A trip to the vet’s office doesn’t have to be a nightmare. There are some simple, easy ways to make sure your visit to the vet’s office is fast, easy, and efficient. Veterinarians and assistant veterinarians play important roles in your dog’s vet appointments; yours is to make sure your dog is getting the best care possible by following these tips.

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bloodhound picture
Dog Breeds

Bloodhounds tracking poachers are making the news today saving animals. Bloodhounds belong to the family of scent hounds, a line that dates back to the Middle Ages when they were used for tracking people, hunting deer and wild boars.

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Old border collie
Dog Health & Care

As a shelter that deals with old dogs behavior on a constant level, dealing with the problems of old dogs means recognizing a decline in functioning.

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Dog Rescue

Caged foxes wearing human desired pelts are placed on death row the minute they are born. We received the “Letter from a Caged Fox” the other day from our Jamaica writer, Cindi Scholefield, about such a situation.

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My Congressman Dog
Dog News

My Congressman dog came about by accident, without once single vote. Or should I say Congresswoman?

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dog who travels
Dog TravelGuest Post

Traveling-pet-dogs is easy if you know just what to look for. There are a number of airlines and hotels that cater to tourists with traveling-pet-dogs. Numerous hotels provide everything from dog bowls to dog-parks and so many of the airlines have adopted a pet friendly policy.

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dog with behavior issues
Dog Health & CareDog TrainingDog WormsGuest Post

Dogs who eat poop causes more misery than any other behavior for dog owners, hands down. To go even further, most dog owners agree there is nothing more disgusting than a poop eating dog, chomping away in front of the neighbors and church groups going house to house.

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adult dogs
Dog StoriesFun Dog StuffGuest Post

If I didn’t have a dog .. or a cat, I could walk barefoot around the yard in safety. My house could be carpeted instead of tiled and laminated. All flat surfaces, clothing, furniture, and cars would be hair-free. When the doorbell rings, my home wouldn’t sound like a kennel.

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