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Lessons We Should All Learn From Dogs

October 12, 2016

Dogs are excellent teachers, you can learn a lot from how unconditionally they love, how they trust their natural instincts, and how loyal they are to whom they trust. To have a dog is to have a lifelong friend and companion who is always by your side, growing up with a dog is much like growing up with another sibling, they are as much a part of the family as anyone. Dogs can teach us […]

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Are Ghost Dogs A Real Thing?

October 5, 2016

Do you hear disembodied howling? Objects that your dog loved are now moved or missing? You might have a ghost dog visitor stopping by. Don’t be alarmed, the appearance of doggy apparitions are not unheard of and most often never menacing. Usually a ghost dog is the spirit of a dog you recently lost, or maybe an old childhood dog stopping by to say hello from beyond the grave. In any case, a dog will […]

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Signs Your Dog May Have Fleas

October 3, 2016

  Fleas are nasty little pests that can make your dog a very unhappy pup and can also cause you trouble if they make there way all over your house. Getting rid of fleas early is important since they will only multiply more and more the longer they are around, so finding a treatment sooner rather than later is essential. Not sure if you dog has these pesky creatures? Here are some obvious warning signs: […]

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Video: Are Dogs Colorblind?

September 29, 2016

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Dog Training – Why Won’t My Dog Play Fetch?

September 21, 2016

  Playing fetch is synonymous with dog behavior, we all expect our dogs to magically know how to do this trick without too much effort, this is obviously not true. Depending on your dog’s age, breed, demeanor and patience level, they may not be made to fetch. Often times, dogs have no idea that fetching something for their master is a thing. They probably just figure you can get your own newspaper. Proper dog training […]

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Video: Dog Proofing Your Home

September 19, 2016

Whether or not you’ve had a canine household member before or not, dog proofing your home is an important and somewhat tricky part of pet owing. You have to scour your house for things that could be toxic, dangerous, or otherwise unhealthy for your pet to ingest. As well as health concerns, you may be wise to move things out of site and availability to your pet that are valuable (breakable, too). So what advice […]

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Before Getting A Dog With Your Partner Ask Yourself These Questions

September 15, 2016

  If you and your love share a passion for pups, then you may be considering taking the leap to co-parenting your very own mutt. This can be both a relationship bonding experience or a messy train wreck depending on how the two of you are doing. Getting a dog is a lot like having a child, you are completely responsible for them and they rely on you for everything. On the bright side, dogs […]

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Does Your Golden Retriever Drool ( a Lot)?

September 14, 2016

  Got a pet with extra slobber? Don’t worry, it’s a normal thing that all dogs do, the extent of the drool however, that depends on the dog. Some drool is pretty common, but if your dog leaves a spit trail of where he/she has been all day, then you may have something to worry about. Too much drool can be an indication of the following conditions: Illness such as organ failure Certain breeds are […]

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Golden Retrievers Share These Common Medical Conditions With Their Humans

September 12, 2016

  Your furry friend shares many things with you, including the potential to develop certain types of health issues. From conditions that can be overcome to chronic problems that must be managed for the rest of the pet’s life, you may be surprised at the range of health issues your dog can experience. Here are some of the more common ones that apply to canines as well as humans. Cancer Your pet’s risk of developing […]

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Never Feed Your Dog These Dangerous Foods

September 8, 2016

    If you have recently bought a dog, then you are likely feeling happy and excited to welcome your new pet into your home, but it’s also important to keep the health and safety of your new dog at the front of your mind if you want it to live a long life. With good intentions, many people like to share their food with their pets, but doing so is often a dangerous mistake. […]

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