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The Importance Of Grooming For Your Dog

October 4, 2017

Dog Grooming is Important Do you realize the importance of grooming your dog? If not, this article should be very helpful to you and your four-legged friend. Most people that own long haired or double-coated breeds understand the importance of brushing, particularly when the dog is shedding. If the owner doesn’t brush, the entire home…

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Large Dog Breeds And How To Own One

September 25, 2017

Owning Large Dog Breeds There is no absolute determination as to what separates a dog from a medium to large sized breed. As a general guideline, weight is often a simple way to differentiate. Dogs that are classified as the toy breeds will weigh just a few pounds at maturity, typically not more than 10,…

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Homemade Dog Food: What’s Good And What To Watch For

September 19, 2017

Tips on Making Your Own Homemade Dog Food Making your own homemade dog food can be a great way to monitor your dog’s diet. So I have some great homemade dog food tips for you. One of the easiest ways to monitor your dog’s diet and make sure that he or she is eating only…

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An Overview of Puppy Vaccinations

July 11, 2017

While there may be an ongoing debate about the scheduling and requirement of all types of vaccinations for adult dogs, the research is very clear about the need for puppies to have regular vaccinations as they grow and develop. Vaccinations for puppies work in the same way as vaccinations for children. They allow the puppy’s…

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The Medical Benefits Of Dogs

April 18, 2017

Service dogs are specially trained canines that can provide a wealth of support and assistance for people with disabilities. There are dogs that are trained to detect seizures and alter their owners to sit or lie down as well as dogs that can act as a person’s eyes, ears and even as their hands, fetching…

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Overweight Dog

March 28, 2017

Dogs, just like people, are healthier and less prone to diseases and musculoskeletal conditions when they are fit and in the healthy weight range. In fact, the same issues that can lead to weight gain and obesity in humans are the cause of weight problems in dogs. You may be wondering how to know if…

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Maryland Dog Trainer Speaks About Exercise

March 6, 2015

By: Maryland Dog Trainer Andrew Fraser Length of exercise should be around 30 minutes to 2 hours depending on your dogs age, breed and overall health. Always start small and build up over time. 2 types of exercise Physical – aerobic activity will keep your dogs body healthy Walk, Jog, Run Fetch, Tug of War…

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Nail Trimming Tips and Tricks

February 4, 2015

Nail trimming is an important part of ensuring your dog is healthy and happy. Long nails can easily break and lead to infection if the quick is exposed. Long nails also cause the paws to splay outwards preventing your pet from walking properly or comfortably, which can then potentially lead to skeletal damage or deformation.…

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