Important Reasons to Adopt and Not Shop
It’s a common belief that dogs in shelters have medical issues or behavioral issues that usually cause them to end up there in the first place. Most dogs are taken up by the shelters because they’ve had some kind of ...
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How to Recognize when your Pet Is in Pain
Grumpiness or a sudden distress prevailing over your dog? Well here is all you need to know to be sure if your dog is healthy or not. If lately your dog is being antisocial more than usual, is keeping human ...
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What to Do if Your Pet Has Fleas or Ticks
Most dog owners dread summers because it is very easy for their dog to catch fleas in this season. One moment you’re giving a nice massage to your pet and the next you spot a tiny brown dot and then ...
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If you like to walk your dog along paths that have a plenty of trees, weeds and giant grass during spring, it can cause you some major trouble with the fleas and ticks. During late spring and summer, tick season ...
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Why Do Dogs Bite?

Generally, dogs bite when they are feeling threatened for some reason. It is pertinent to understand that no matter how well trained your dog is, every dog has the capacity to bite. Most commonly, children end being affected by it ...
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Is your dog exhibiting an unusual behavior? Do they seem to be excessively stressed or anxious? If so, something most probably is wrong with them. Stress is pretty common among dogs and can affect your dog’s health adversely. Below mentioned ...
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Things to Remember when Leaving your Dog with Pet Sitter
Let’s agree that we can’t take our dog with us everywhere and leaving them with a pet sitter can get stressful at times. It’s always better to plan in advance and arrange for a pet sitter for starters. Once you ...
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How to Puppy Proof your Furniture
Keeping dogs in the house may come with a price. Dogs tend to chew furniture merely because either they are anxious, stressed or just bored! It’s hard to monitor your dog all the time to prevent them from doing it ...
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5 Tips on How to Make Your Home More Pet-Friendly
When decorating your home, you can spend whatever amount is required, time and energy to ensure it looks the way you want and that you can live there comfortably. But what about your furry friends? During the decoration process, you ...
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Why Dogs Jump on You When you Get Home (2)
Dogs do not speak the same language as you do and hence they jump on you to communicate many different things. To put a light onto this behavior, below are the reasons why dogs jump on you when you get ...
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You will be astonished to know the number of weirdest Hybrid Dog Breeds you never knew exist. Hybrid dog breeds display a combination of qualities including alertness, intelligence, love, and improved adaptation. Below mentioned are some weirdest hybrid dog breeds ...
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For reasons that still escapes many of us, loyalty seems to be wired in every dog’s DNA. They cry when we leave the house, they jump with joy when we return, and they endlessly fawn over us to get our ...
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The Secret Languages of Dogs

Communicating with your pet Have you ever wanted your dog to talk to you? Well, he does it; just not in words. Studies show that the dog has its own way of communicating with its owners, like with other dogs ...
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We all know that playing with dogs is fun, but we often do not talk about how important it is to their overall well-being. Play provides cognitive, physical and social benefits for dogs and is a great way to relieve ...
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The American Pet Products Association recently published the results of a survey that measured the number of pet owners in the USA. As it turns out, 60.2 million households in the country own a dog. The total number of dogs ...
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Whether your dog is big or small, here are some ways to improve your dog's behavior: Customize your attitude First ask yourself, "What would I like if he or she were to do it?" Instead of instructing a dog to ...
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How to Travel With Dogs Smoothly
There’s a lot of things to consider when you have your canine friend in tow to your trips. Say goodbye to constant anxiety about the well-being of your pet back at home. Before you hit the road, make sure your ...
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Walking with a dog can be a lot of fun. It is the perfect way to combine your love of nature with your best friend! Walking allows you and your dog to do some exercises, strengthening the bonds you share ...
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Great Benefits of Dog Toys

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Despite the fact that dogs are domesticated, it is very easy for them to get "bored". And when your dog gets bored, everything collapses. Toys make sure that dogs stay stimulated in such a way as to keep the pillows ...
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Reasons Dogs Need Chew Toys
This is one of the greatest mysteries of life: why do dogs need chew toys? Why does your best friend love to chew on bone than sit next to you on the couch and get an endless amount of belly ...
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So how to tell if your dog is playing rough? If two dogs are struggling and it seems too rough to you, with all that growling and snarling, body-slamming, and biting off each other’s necks, should you intervene? Can you ...
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Why do Dogs Destroy Toys

Why Dogs Destroy Toys 12.30.18
It is no top secret that dogs love their toys, but even so, they know how to destroy them. But why do dogs destroy toys? But as you might have predicted, the behavior is perfectly natural since your dogs don’t ...
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Ways to Teach your Big Dog to Play Nice with Smaller Dogs 12.28.18
We all want dogs of all sizes to interconnect, but sometimes the owners of small dogs (understandably) can be a bit nervous about calling larger dogs to play. Below are some ways to teach your big dog to play nice ...
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How to Train Dog to Not Bite other Dogs 12.26.18
Training your dog not to bite or annoy other dogs proves to be a necessary yet challenging task, regardless of the size of dogs you have. Below are some of the top ways to train your dog to not bite ...
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What to Do When Your Dog Plays Too Rough_12.24.18
Rough plays are all part of the fun of being a dog. Playing is one way for dogs through which they explore their world and socialize with all other animals and humans. It is very reasonable, safe, and healthy in ...
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How do I Stop my Dog from Destroying Things_12.22.18
Is chewing different things a destructive behaviour? Here is the most straightforward answer: Only if he is chewing on the wrong thing. So give him something that is okay to chew. Puppy chewing is an essential part of the teething ...
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