Monthly Archives: July 2018»

  Dog Sitting & Boarding and How to Pick By Rose May As a current, or potentially new, dog owner, you may think that having a dog means you can never leave town or enjoy a well-deserved vacation. That is a myth. There many options you can consider to take care of your pet while […]

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Understanding A Dog Show

Understanding A Dog Show By Joyce Johanson Thousands, if not millions of people, tune in to watch the large televised dog shows, but what they see is only the tip of the iceberg, the Group and Best in Show Competitions. To be sure, these are exciting competitions, as the top dogs in each breed vie […]

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Important Things to Know Before Having a Dog

  Important Things to Know Before Having a Dog By Danny Iskandar When we see people with their lovely companion dogs so happily walking and playing around us, we will have a thought why don’t we have a doggy, so we can be happy like them? This is a common thought for every people including […]

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Top 10 Dog Supplies For the New Dog Owner

  Top 10 Dog Supplies For the New Dog Owner By Kristopher Hampton Whether you are bringing home a new puppy from a breeder or adopting an older dog from a local shelter, the excitement is still the same. There is so much joy in bringing your new dog or puppy home for the first […]

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Your Dog’s Health is As Important As Your Health

Your Dog’s Health is As Important As Your Health By Caroline Sanchez Learning how to give your dog a thorough home health check can help you detect any problems early on. Early detection is crucial in successfully treating potential health problems in your pet. Dogs can’t vocalize when they don’t feel well and it is […]

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What to Expect As Your Dog Ages?

  What to Expect As Your Dog Ages? By Yuliss Saint Pierre Various Size Dogs Reach Senior Years at Various Times Let’s talk about some of the physical and biological changes that happen as dogs age. Dogs age at different rates depending on their physical size. For example, larger dog breeds generally have a shorter […]

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Dogs and Cats Living Together

  Dogs and Cats Living Together By Dr. Jane Leon Dogs and cats are supposedly life-long enemies. Hence the phrase, “fighting like cats and dogs.” Having always owned both cats and dogs, I find the phrase and the premise to be far more inaccurate than accurate. Of course, we all know that there are those […]

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