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What to Do When Your Dog Soils the Rug

There are many different reasons why a dog might begin to soil inside the house. It’s important to ascertain the exact cause so you know what particular course of action to take as far as treating it. Continue reading

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Help Your Dogs and Cats Get Along

You may have a dog and want to get a cat too, or vice versa. But you are understandably concerned about how the two animals will get along. To ensure a friendly relationship, you need to pay special attention to the way in which you introduce the animals to each other. This is of key importance. Here’s what you do. Continue reading

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How to Help Your Aging Dog Stay Active

As your dog ages, he or she is going to slow down a little. That is to be expected. But just as with humans, if he stays active and engaged, the mental and physical decline will not be as great. Continue reading

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How Young is Too Young to Board a Dog?

Generally, your dog needs to be at least four months old to board in a kennel. The reason for this is that usually four months is the minimum age at which a rabies vaccine can be given to a dog. And the vaccine is required by law to be administered before a dog can be put in a boarding facility. Continue reading

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What to Do if Your Dogs Don’t Get Along

In households where dogs exhibit aggression toward each other, there are certain common elements – the dogs are the same gender, they fight only when the owner is present, the dogs are both adults (over four years), and they fight over who will be dominant. Continue reading

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Choosing the Right Dog for Your Family

If you are looking for a dog, it can be a tough decision. There are so many breeds to choose from. They come in all shapes, sizes, and personalities. Some dogs will need more attention than others. You may need to give some more training or take more time with exercising them. Continue reading

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Kennel Alternatives When You Go Away for the Holidays

You are going away the holidays this year. But you need to make some arrangements for your dog during that time. Should you board him at a kennel? Probably. But let’s take a look at some alternatives, just in case. Continue reading

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4 Mistakes New Dog Owners Make

New dog owners are often as excited as their pets to have a new friend. And they are eager to care for their pet – feeding, walking and grooming him. They have the best of intentions. But often, because of a lack of knowledge about the best way to care for their pet, new dog owners make some common mistakes. Here are four of them: Continue reading

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When Your Dog Has Arthritis

Humans aren’t the only animals that get arthritis as they age. It can happen to dogs as well. Caring for a dog with arthritis is in some ways similar to arthritis care for humans. Here are some things to do if your dog has arthritis. Continue reading

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Dog Grooming Basics: Taking Care of Your Dog’s Teeth

Most dog owners do all that they can to maintain their pet’s health. But often there is one area that gets overlooked – oral hygiene. Veterinarians estimate that 85 percent of all dogs over the age of four have some form of periodontal disease. If this condition is not taken care of, it can result in loss of teeth and other infection. Continue reading

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