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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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4 Unexpected Ways Dogs Improve Our Lives

People own pets for different reasons. Some just love animals, others are looking for company. But owning a dog also has other benefits, good things you are probably not even aware of. Here are a few. Continue reading

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When It’s “Time”: Talking to Your Dog’s Vet

How do you know when it’s time to put your pet down? The answer is, “It depends.” It naturally varies from animal to animal. The key is to know when your pet is in pain and no relief is in sight. Then it may be time. Continue reading

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How to Help Your Dog Lose Weight

More than half the dogs and cats in this country are overweight, according to veterinary surveys. Just as with humans, this puts the animals at increased risk for a number of health problems, things such as heart and kidney disease, diabetes and arthritis. Continue reading

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Can Dogs Understand What We Say?

Dog owners talk to their pets all the time, offering praise, encouragement or even scolding. But most dog owners don’t really believe that the dog actually understands what they are saying. Rather, they probably believe the animals are picking up more from their owners’ voice level, intonation and body language. Continue reading

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Naming Your Dog: Some Common and Not-So-Common Names

It’s fun to name your pet. People usually give the naming process a lot of thought. It is important to pet owners. The name you give your pet says a lot about you as well, what your personality is like, and how you look at your dog in relation to you. Continue reading

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Summer Health and Safety Tips for Your Dog

People look forward to summer – and so do dogs. Who wouldn’t? The weather is warm, you can get outdoors in the sun, run around and play. It’s a wonderful season for your pet. Continue reading

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How to Get Some Help Paying Veterinary Bills

Although paying for your pet’s care may not ordinarily be a problem, occasions may arise – something unexpected or an emergency situation – when you are presented with a bill that is more than you can afford to pay. Continue reading

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