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How to Help Your Dog Live Longer

Pet owners all want their dogs to live long and healthy lives. And there are a number of things dog owners can do to help their pets live long and live well. Here are a few. Continue reading

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Christmas Gifts for Your Dog

When looking for Christmas gifts for your loved ones, you certainly don’t want to forget your pet. If you need some ideas for the dog that has everything, here are a few items that would make great holiday gifts for your loyal companion. These gifts sell for under $30. Continue reading

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Why Some People Prefer Cats Over Dogs

Believe it or not, not everyone loves dogs: there are people who prefer cats to dogs, or who like cats just as much as dogs. That may be hard to fathom if you are a dog lover: after all, a cat will never show you the affection, adoration even, that you will get from your dog, so why would anyone love a cat more? Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Day Foods That Are Safe for Your Dog

Thanksgiving soon will be here, and, naturally, the highlight of the holiday is the Thanksgiving meal – turkey, filling, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie (and more). Continue reading

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“Winterizing” Your Dog

As winter approaches, you need to be aware of things you can do to help protect your pet in the cold weather. Just as humans do, pet owners need to take cold weather precautions for their animals. While it doesn’t snow (much) here in the Dallas region, here are a few tips for helping your pet in the winter. Continue reading

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Want Your Dog to Love You? Follow These Suggestions

First of all, if you just bought a dog, and you are not falling in love with each other right away, don’t despair. Like many relationships, it takes time for you and your dog to bond. Here are a few things you can do to get closer to your pet. Continue reading

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4 Dog Training Techniques You Should Never Use

When training your dog, you want to use positive training techniques that reinforce good behavior. There are a few techniques, however, that it is best to avoid when training your dog. Continue reading

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4 Reasons Some People Dislike Dogs

Telling people you don’t like dogs is like telling them you don’t like babies or apple pie. Many would find it incomprehensible. How could anyone not like dogs? But there are people who are not exactly fans of canines. Continue reading

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Exercising with Your Dog

Just like humans, dogs need exercise. They suffer from the same condition that humans do with a lack of physical exertion – obesity.

And dogs make great workout partners. They are full of energy and enthusiasm, always ready to go. Running or walking with your pet is an excellent way for both of you to get exercise. Before you begin, however, there are a few things you need to be aware of. Continue reading

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Tips for First-Time Dog Owners

Owning a pet for the first time is a wonderful, exciting experience. New pet owners look forward to many years of happiness and companionship with their animals. But getting a pet for the first time also can be stressful because it is a new experience. And there is plenty to learn. Here are a few tips if you are going to be a first-time dog owner. Continue reading

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