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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. […]

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 […]

Benefits of a Vegetarian Diet for Your Dog

March 26, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

More and more people are choosing a vegetarian diet for their dogs. While you might expect that this choice is just about the person behind the dog and their beliefs about vegetarianism, in fact there are some benefits to a vegetarian diet for your dog. Some people who ate meat themselves even find themselves feeding […]

Dog Allergy – Treatment And Prevention

March 10, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Dermot Condell We know enough to care for our skin and keep dermatitis at bay. Just as in humans a dog allergy can be very painful and uncomfortable. A dog allergy can be extremely trying for both dog and owner. Unlike dogs, we look after our allergies, mainly because we are able to. It’s […]

Steps to Finding the Right Dog Trainer For You and Your Dog

March 4, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

You just got a new puppy and now comes the fun part – the training. Don’t get nervous. It isn’t all that bad. As a matter of fact training your new puppy can be quite fun. You can either do it yourself or find a professional dog trainer to help you with the process. Just […]

Dog And Pet Insurance – How Much Does It Realy Cost?

February 25, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Dog insurance can be a complicated matter for some, but it needn’t be anymore… Most dog owners spend on average $479 on pet bills in one year alone with the price rising more and more each year. Dogs are one of the most expensive dogs to keep and within minutes of your dog having an […]

Understanding Dog Behavior – part II.

February 5, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By David Beart …. continued from part I: Aggression You know him as your sweet and lovable friend. Your friends and neighbors know him as the terror on your doorstep who wants to eat them. Aggression is not a nice quality in your dog. Aggression comes from the desire to protect, and anything perceived as […]

Understanding Dog Behavior – part I

February 5, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Dogs are considered the most genuinely happy creatures on earth. Their entire day is filled with you whether you are there or not. They are waiting for you, sleeping on your bed, watching for you out the window, wondering where you are while they are patiently waiting for you in their crate. Once you come […]

Click Training Video: Even a Child Can Train Your Dog

January 14, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Lorenzen Katia As odd as it may sound, the click training video in the field of dog training is not exactly for the dog; it’s for the dog trainer. Obviously, the dog won’t pop the video into the player and take down notes. This instructional material is for the trainers. And it is not […]

Shih Tzu – Housebreaking Techniques

January 3, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Connie Limon Paper training a puppy is an excellent method of housebreaking especially for owners who cannot be home enough to get a puppy outside as frequently as needed. Puppies need to urinate more often than older dogs. How to paper train: Leave her in her space with baby gates and cover the entire […]

How to Help Your Dog Lose Weight

January 2, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Emma Snow Obesity is on the rise for canines. The reasons for this influx are similar to those that humans experience, too much food and too little exercise. The results of obesity are similar for your canine friends too. Studies reveal that 25% of overweight dogs experience severe joint problems. This effects there daily […]

Good Dogs for Children

December 31, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

The big day has finally arrived, a new member of the family will be joining your ranks. When you bring the little one home, you want to know you have made the right decision, are they going to fit in well with the other family members, will they be kind to everyone, will they be […]

Train Your Dog to get the Morning Paper

December 28, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

Today I was just genuinely surfing the Web… linking from Problogger, spotting a name, using my intuition. Before I knew it I landed at Christina Jones’ video, and I LAUGHED!!! The video should be rated ‘T” for “Too Cute”. Thank you, Christina, for making me laugh!

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