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Dogs, From Wild to Pets

The domestic dog is loyal and courageous, intelligent and adaptable. Useful as well as affectionate, the dog guards people's flocks, plays with their children, and helps them hunt. A loving…

Feeding Your Older Dog

What changes do you need to make to your dog feeding regime as your dog gets older? The changes you make to your dog feeding regime, and when you make…

Ring Worm in Dogs

Ringworm is one of the most common diseases in pets, especially dogs. Unlike its name, Ringworm is not a worm but fungi called Dermatophytes that thrives on dead tissues present…

Intro to Doggie Emotions

Your dog is more similar to you in their emotions than in their mentality. Some of their emotional reactions are so much like ours, that we tend to humanize them.…

Dog Training Secrets

Every dog and every dog owner has his or her own unique dog training challenges. Each breed of dog has a different temperament as does each individual dog. And dog…

Bye-bye Doggy Breath

According to the American Veterinary Dental Society (AVDS), eighty percent of dogs and seventy percent of cats have periodontal disease by the age of three! Alarming statistics? Yes, and it…

Are You Ready For A Dog?

Adopting a dog is a big commitment and you need to really think about if you are ready before you start shopping for your new pet. Not only will a…

Five Most Deadly Plants for Dogs

Most of us (and our dogs) love summer and the chance to be outside and to travel both locally and across the country.With that, however, Louise Louis of http://www.ToyBreeds.com reminds…

Is Your Dog Getting Old?

The usual signs that your dog is getting old are:1) Grey hair around the muzzle.2) Skin and coat become drier.3) Movement is slowed. It will take Fido longer to lie…