Dog Shedding Tips

Dog Shedding Tips

Almost all dogs shed, probably except those hairless dogs such as Peruvian Inca or America Hairless Terriers that are considered non-shedding dogs. Human sheds too. Hair loss usually are a result of environment change and genetics. “Blowing the coat” or shedding is important to prepare the body from seasonal changes...

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How to Keep Dog Fleas Away

How to Keep Dog Fleas Away

Dog fleas are a bane to pet owners. But the sad truth is that sooner or later, you will have to deal with the problem. Knowing how to get rid of these parasites is very important because this problem does not go away without intervention. One thing you need to...

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Emergency First Aid on Your Dog

Emergency First Aid on Your Dog

Dogs can get severely injured when vehicles hit them. You can save the dog from further injuries by carrying it away or helping it walk away to safety by slowing down traffic. Knowledge of First Aid is essential as it helps you when you wish to help an injured dog...

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What to Expect When You Are Potty Training Your Puppy

What to Expect When You Are Potty Training Your Puppy

This is often the first thing you need to do with your puppy. This is your first training requirement for your new puppy. To save you lots of work, confine your new family member, the puppy, to rooms that are tiled or have washable rugs. This will save you a...

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Can Your Dog Get Along with Other Pets?

Can Your Dog Get Along with Other Pets?

The idea of adding another pet to your family may sound interesting, but you may have doubts based on whether your dog will agree with your new addition or whether your chosen pet will like your dog. Dogs can live successfully with a host of other animals such as cats,...

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Microchip on Pets

Microchip on Pets

Every pet owner wants to keep his/ her beloved cat or dog as safe as possible. You do everything you can to make sure your pet is well cared for and healthy. If you have an indoor pet, you may not think that keeping identification tags is important, but it...

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Osteoarthritis Prevention for Labrador Retrievers

Osteoarthritis Prevention for Labrador Retrievers

Large canine breeds like Labrador Retrievers are more likely to suffer problems relating to bones and joints that makes movement difficult and painful. We are aware that Labrador Retrievers are active and energetic dogs but if you notice that your pet is no longer the usual active and energetic dog...

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Lyme Disease in Dogs

Lyme Disease in Dogs

Yes, Lyme Disease doesn’t just occur in humans, but in dogs as well. However, diagnosing the ailment in pets is harder than it is in humans. The bacteria could be in your pooch for several months without displaying any signs of it. A rash, the first symptom of the disease...

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Bringing up an English Bulldog with Children

Bringing up an English Bulldog with Children

Traditionally bred for baiting and attacking bulls, the English Bulldog has gotten a bad reputation as an all-round aggressive dog. Nothing could be further from the truth! This breed of dog is actually very friendly, sociable, and intelligent. Bulldogs can be wonderful with children, adults, and other animals as long...

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How to Preventing Dogs and Cats from Fighting

How to Preventing Dogs and Cats from Fighting

A house with a dog and a cat is a common situation. In fact, many family considered dogs and cats as extension of their family. As such, these two different species should have been become friends considering their role in the human family. But instead of living together peacefully, these...

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