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Be a Responsible Dog Owner: How to Avoid Dog Bites

April 2, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

The onset of a dog bite or attack brings harmful consequences to your family. If your dog bites someone, you may be forced to pay for injuries cause by the bite or even defend yourself against a lawsuit. Your property insurance bill may also increase which affects your household budget. Some neighborhoods have even drafted […]

Doggy Distress: Top Three Symptoms That You Should Call The Vet

February 14, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Some dog owners have a tendency to worry themselves over every little thing. Then there are those that don’t seem to worry enough, letting real symptoms affect their dogs without a second thought. It can be difficult to tell the difference between what is worth worrying over and what things are normal occurrences. The well […]

Great Dog Photos ~ How To Take Them

February 2, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

By Elaine Mashburn It’s very common to hear people speaking about experiences they have had trying to photograph their pets. Many times you will hear of mini disasters where an animal will fall from some sort of make- shift prop, or where a prop has fallen on the pet. Most often it is frustration you […]

Dog Health Care – Monitoring Your Dogs Protein

January 27, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Protein seems to be a foggy issue when it comes to our pet’s diets. There are vegetarian dog food diets, and there are some diets that are heavily meat-based. So, what kind of protein does your dog need? And how much protein should they have in their daily diet? Here are a few facts about […]

7 Ways To Help Stop Your Dog From Digging Up Your Garden

January 19, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

By Michael Webber Dogs love to dig, let’s face it, it is a very natural and instinctual part of their makeup, and “it is a very enjoyable behavior for them” says Deborah L. Forthman, Ph.D. digging is something that dogs have been doing from the beginning, but there are ways to reduce the amount your […]

8 Ways to Control Dog Fleas

January 17, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

By Martin Brock There are numerous products that will kill adult fleas on your dog. However, they vary in the duration of their effects. 1. Flea shampoos, sprays, and powders. Most products will kill any fleas present on your dog at the time of application, but many have no lasting effect – your dog may […]

Simple Steps To Building Your Dog’s New House

January 15, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

By Robert Michael More than half of the population allows their dogs to stay inside their houses sleeping on the couch or their owner’s bed. Others prefer their dogs stay outside in dog houses. If you would like to build a dog house for your pet the following tips should help you get started. 1. […]

How Much Will That Pet Cost … to Care for?

January 14, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

When my daughter was younger, she could watch for hours in the window of the local cat hospital (aka pet shop, aka shelter). The cutest kittens would parade in front of her and she would be delighted. But how much would a cute kitten or a cute puppy, parrot or fish cost to have in […]

Healthy Dog Food Recipes

January 13, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Feeding your dog requires your attention. For sure, you only want to give your pet the best possible care. Each breed of dog needs to follow a certain diet to keep them strong and healthy. And so you need to provide healthy dog food recipes for them. Here are good suggestions: Boston’s Best Cream PieGreat […]

Keeping Your Pet Safe During The Holidays

November 15, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

The holidays are a time to create and share memories, laugh and eat great food; however, there are many hidden dangers that are lurking around your home that can cause serious injury or even death for your four legged family members. Here’s a list of some common holiday dangers to look out for: Christmas Kitten […]

Boston Terrier Dog – Five Reasons To Get One

November 4, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Abhik Sarkar If you are mulling over getting a Boston Terrier dog, but are unsure if it is the best choice for you and your family, then this article will expose five reasons to help make a decision. While all too often dog lovers decide to get a breed based more on the look […]

Are You Getting A New Dog?

November 4, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Think about it first. 1) Why do you want a dog? It may be that you have recently lost a dog to illness or old age and she has left a blank space that you need to fill. If your children are now grown up and moved away, it may be that you need a […]

What Every Dog Owner Ought to Know About Holiday Safety

October 8, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Jennifer Koretsky The Christmas holidays are fast approaching! While you’re busy decorating and preparing your home for guests, here are a few important tips to keep your dog safe this season. The Christmas Tree Tinsel, small ornaments, and ornament hooks are major choking hazards for dogs. It’s best to avoid tinsel altogether and keep […]

Turning Feline Foes into Fido’s Friends

September 30, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Amy Ammen Properly introduced, dogs and cats usually end up being the most devoted of friends. On the other hand, on rare occasions, the combination can be deadly for the cat. So it’s not a decision to be made lightly. Your dog’s breed should be a factor in weighing the possibilities. Even if your […]

Dental Care Tips For Your Dog

September 2, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Dental care is important responsibility for pet owners, but too many owners are not familiar with the steps to maintaining the dental hygiene of their dog. Your dogs’ mouth is a breeding ground for bacteria, and even though their natural defense systems are very effective, certain issues can spiral out of control if not recognized […]

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