Dog Training Using Intelligent Methods

Dog Training Using Intelligent Methods

Dog training using intelligent methods is new … slowly changing … yet with excellent results. Died-in-the-wool dog training methods do not work as well.  “New science reveals the multiple intelligences of mankind’s best friend,” says Scientific American.  Research has discovered that dogs have an exceptional ability to read communicative gestures in their owners or trainers. These new methods […]

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Dog Flu Epidemics – Chicago and Georgia

Dog Flu Epidemics – Chicago and Georgia

We have seen two dog flu epidemics since the dog flu has spread throughout the United States – Chicago and Georgia. Since 2005, the canine flu has been rapidly spreading into the domestic population of U.S. dogs … a deadly flu virus. Over $100,000 of show dogs have died due to the disease. The dogs were found […]

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Dog Flu – H3N8 and H3N2

Dog Flu – H3N8 and H3N2

There are two identified Type A viruses associated with the canine virus, or dog flu. They are H3N8 and H3N2, considered to be endemic in the United States. Endemic refers to a disease or condition found among particular people  [dogs] or in a certain area [the U.S.]. According to CDC, “Canine influenza H3N8 virus originated in horses, […]

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What Types of Worms in Dogs Do You Have?

What Types of Worms in Dogs Do You Have?

What type of dog worms can your dog get? Can you recognize what type of worms your dog has inside its body? Do you know what damage each type of dog worm can do to your dog? Even worse … do you know how serious the damage is inside your dog, especially if your dog has never been routinely wormed? Controlling dog worms requires hands-on and head-on knowledge with lots of dog experience. Unfortunately, not everyone has it.

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Dog Flu – History of the Canine Influenza Virus

Dog Flu – History of the Canine Influenza Virus

Dog flu in 2004 … also called the canine influenza virus (CIV) … was discovered as the first infectious disease of dogs. Isolation of the virus occurred at the Animal Health Diagnostic Center at Cornell, along with another study at the University of Florida. The subject studied was racing greyhounds diagnosed with respiratory disease.

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Pet Friendly Garden – How to Make One

Pet Friendly Garden – How to Make One

When it comes to landscaping your garden, it’s important to think of designs that will suit you and your pet. If you want to stop your super cute four-legged sidekick from walking on planted areas or rummaging through bushes, make sure other surfaces are comfortable for them to walk on.

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IQ Dog Tests – New and Advanced Findings

IQ Dog Tests – New and Advanced Findings

New advanced IQ dog tests are developing through widespread and extensive intelligence canine tests. In the near future, we will be able to see if our puppy or adult dog is a canine Einstein. And not just because we think they are a dog genius but because they really are … scientifically proven!

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Keeping Dogs Warm in Winter

Keeping Dogs Warm in Winter

Knowing how to keep dogs warm in winter requires more than common sense and lots of doggie care. But keeping an outside dog warm in winter is different than keeping an inside dog warm while they are outside outside or going for a quick when toileting outside or going for quick exercise walks. Kind of a tongue twister, isn’t it? Maybe it depends on whether you have teeth or not…or at least inside your mouth!

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Pet Foods Your Dogs Should Avoid

Pet Foods Your Dogs Should Avoid

Pet foods your dog should avoid will save their lives. And … most of us know how hard it is to avoid giving our canine friends a tasty treat from the table when faced with a pair of begging puppy eyes. Few of us know what foods are healthy, especially those being offered from the table.

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Unexpected Health Hazards for Your Dog

Unexpected Health Hazards for Your Dog

Handling unexpected health hazards for your dog makes you into  a responsible dog owner. The easy stuff is ….. You buy your dog the best food you can afford You make sure they get adequate exercise You bathe and groom your dog Even though all these dog care measures are commendable, there is a lot […]

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Great Breeds of Dogs – Four That You Will Fall in Love With

Great Breeds of Dogs – Four That You Will Fall in Love With

There are 4 great dog breeds that anyone can fall in love with. And when you welcome a new dog to join your family, your life changes in innumerable ways.

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3D Prosthetics for Dogs and Vets

3D Prosthetics for Dogs and Vets

3D prosthetics, custom made, are being printed for dogs at 3D Systems in Rock Hill, South Carolina. This is allowing legless dogs to walk, run and play, all over again! 3D prosthetics are also being used for returning veterans according to a GlobeNewswire statement released by 3D Systems,

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Dog Fights: How to Handle Vicious Dog Battles

Dog Fights: How to Handle Vicious Dog Battles

Dog fights can be deadly to everyone involved – animals or humans. Truth be known, dog owners may have multiple dogs at home who occasionally do not get along with one another. Also, your dog may encounter a vicious dog on the street as they are being walked. Knowing how to defuse and handle tense situations […]

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Dog Grooming Tools – Four of the Best

Dog Grooming Tools – Four of the Best

Some of best dog grooming tools for you to use in the grooming process of your beloved furry friend!

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Dog Thyroid Health

Dog Thyroid Health

The human and canine thyroid are alike, both located in the neck and both control healthy digestion. Supporting a dog’s digestive system is highly beneficial to their overall health and works best at the cellular level. For this reason supporting the healthy function of thyroid hormones that control a cells metabolism is important. The human […]

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How to Love Your Dog

How to Love Your Dog

As old as the hills is the saying, “To truly know what a dog is thinking, you would have to be a dog.” This in turn, reverts to Descarte’s quote, “I think, therefore I am.” However, crawling into a dog’s mind without actually turning into a dog is close to impossible. Until the discovery of the fMRI and the discovery that brains can be hardwired to project our thoughts onto other people, or “mentalizing,” which did not include the dog. Wrong.

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Dog Intelligence – Citizen Scientists Helping Dog Studies

Dog Intelligence – Citizen Scientists Helping Dog Studies

There are several types of dog intelligence that have a basic process. To explain this further, we are focusing on the latest dog study on canine cognitive abilities, compiled by scientists and dog owners alike. The study is called, “Citizen Science as a New Tool in Dog Cognition Research.”

Citizen scientists, such as the average dog owner who lives next door or an elderly lady who moved in down the street, can evaluate the quality of dog intelligence ….

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