How to Tell if your Dog is Suffering from Canine Autism – 5 Signs to Look Out for
The subject of canine autism has always been polemical. While some scientists are skeptical about it, others believe that it is possible for a dog to suffer from some sort of autism. Autism in human beings shows itself in the ...
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If you are a parent, the day will come when your kids will ask if they can have a pet. Whether it's a dog, cat, or other furry critter, there's no doubt your kids will put on a full-court press ...
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6 Signs Of An Unhappy Cat

6 Signs Of An Unhappy Cat
Why do cats get depressed? Can cats die from depression? Cat-lovers are commonly interested in these questions and often ask them if they see something strange or unclear happens to their pets. So cats can actually be sad and they ...
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How to Cheer Up Your Bored Dog with Babble Balls
Just like humans, dogs can get bored if they are not stimulated enough. When a dog gets bored, however, it can lead to all sorts of destructive behaviors. The best way to avoid this is by keeping your dog active ...
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Dogs get bored just like people do. As much as your dog loves you, your presence alone can't always keep them entertained, so you need to buy them toys. But, you need to be careful what toys you buy. Some ...
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Best Dog Breeds for People with Children
Dogs have been described as man's best friend, and they are a fine friend to your kids as well. The right sort of dog will make a wonderful companion playmate for your young ones ...
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When most people first think about owning a dog or a puppy, they think about buying either from a pet shop or from a reputable breeder. There is another option open to new dog owners, and that is adopting a ...
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Things to Consider Before Adopting a Dog
They say failing to plan is planning to fail. Just like everything else in life, the process of adopting a dog needs careful planning and considerations if you hope to carry out the process successfully and be a good parent ...
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Why does man’s best friend love playing fetch so much? Click here to find out what’s going on in your dog’s head every time you throw the ball ...
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You don't want your dog chewing on a disgusting, dirty toy day after day. But, dog toys can be expensive. Not to mention how attached some dogs get to their toys. Instead of throwing dirty toys away, try cleaning them ...
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Although dogs from the shelter are not that much different from any other pets acquired from elsewhere, they do require some special attention. These pets have had to deal with a change in environment; in their former homes they probably ...
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8 COMMON REASONS DOGS DIE

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This list is especially true for puppies!  1.       The kids are playing with Legos or some other little toys and one gets stuck in your dog’s throat or even goes down into her digestive tract. Know your dog and keep ...
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Many people have a misconception as to why dogs are in animal shelters/recue centers. The usual assumption is that the dogs are in shelters/rescue facilities because they were dumped there by their owners, or they were stray dogs roaming the ...
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Nose-Nudging in Dogs

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You come home in evening after a long day at work, and the first thing your dog does is touch you with a wet nose. I used to find this behaviour annoying because I like to be warned before any ...
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You are likely to get a bargain because the dog will have all his vaccinations up to date and all his medical records in order before you can take him home. These services would cost you extra if you were ...
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Many dogs are happier with something nice to chew. It’s one of the few things in the house that they can chew without getting yelled at. They especially like it because it was a gift from you! They have your ...
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When you decide to rescue or adopt from a shelter, the first thing you are most likely to do is research on the topic. Most of the information available especially online is misleading and can give you the wrong idea ...
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Everybody knows that dogs like to chew on things. But, it's not until you own an aggressive chewer that you realize not all dogs chew the same way. While some dogs might like to chew on a toy, but leave ...
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You likely use the same dog toys as everyone else. A few balls to throw around, maybe a Frisbee, a couple nylon dog chew toys, and some squeaky toys. But, if you're looking for something different to play with with ...
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When you think about owning a dog, one of the first things that come to mind is taking the dog for a walk. Taking a dog for a walk is one of the most basic things a dog owner has ...
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Puppies come in all breeds and sizes. The chew toys you choose for your furry friend must be selected with care. A puppy needs to have appropriate chew toys, or else he or she will chew on whatever is available, ...
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Choosing a Vet for your Dog

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One of the major considerations when choosing a vet for your dog is costing. Have in mind there are practices that hide their prices if their clientele is mostly in the higher earning bracket. You need to research and find ...
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Choosing a Vet for your Dog

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It’s a fact that dogs fall ill or have some unexpected emergencies like needing a caesarean section. In addition, they sometimes need to have regular checkups just to make sure they are in good health. Just like you would be ...
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There are few things more adorable than a new puppy. And few things are more fun than playing with your furry new friend! Here's a quick guide to choosing the right toys for your new canine companion. Chewing Is Natural ...
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The Cat’s Sense of Taste

The Cat’s Sense of Taste
We can't possibly talk about a cat's sense of taste without talking about its tongue. But, the cat's tongue deserves its own unique mention because it serves more than just a tasting function. A cat has fewer taste buds compared ...
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Pug and Its Origin

Pug and Its Origin
The Pug was recognized by the American Kennel club in 1885. The breed is believed to have originated from China, where monks valued the breed and the dog's appearance. The breed later was brought to Holland and one later became ...
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