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National Dog Day

National Dog Day History National Dog Day serves to raise awareness of the thousands of dogs that need to be rescued and encourages appreciation for family dogs and working dogs, such as bomb dogs, service dogs, rescue dogs and law enforcement dogs. Dogs are owned by many families in the US, however many other dogs […]

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Police Dog

Police dogs are dogs that help the police to solve crimes. They have become a major part of law enforcement in the past several years. Police dogs have saved many lives with their unique skills and bravery. They are loyal, watchful, and protective of their police officer counterparts and are often deemed an important and […]

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Flea Control Tips

Keeping your carpet clean is key to preventing infestations. Use a high-power vacuum or get your carpet professionally cleaned periodically. Or your could get rid of your carpet altogether! When moving into a new location, make sure it has been thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. Keeping your pet and his bedding clean can keep the fleas […]

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How Dog Flu Works

What are the symptoms of dog flu? ”Just like when people get the flu, you can expect your dog to sneeze, have a runny nose, and cough,” says Barry N. Kellogg, senior veterinary advisor to the Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association. Other symptoms are tiredness and lack of appetite. Some dogs also can have a […]

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How to Choose the Right Dog Bed for a Shih Tzu

A shih tzu is a Tibetan dog about 10 inches tall (25 centimeters) and weighing between 9 and 16 pounds (4 and 7 kilograms). Its length is greater than its height, and it has rather short legs. Shih tzus are sturdily built and have long hair, hanging ears and a short muzzle. The American Kennel […]

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What to Feed Your Chihuahua

Keeping your Chihuahua healthy begins with offering the best of food. It is important to know that the main element that separates a high quality or poor quality dog food is the amount of fillers. A dog’s digestive tract is designed to process large quantities of proteins, some carbohydrates and certainly not fillers. The majority […]

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10 Reasons You Do NOT Want a German Shepherd Dog

Health problems. The GSD is not a dog for those who just want to plunk down cash for the first puppy they see and head home (in fact, you should never do this with any puppy, for a number of reasons). German Shepherds, like any large breed, are prone to canine hip dysplasia, a crippling […]

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Golden Retriever Facts

The golden retriever was first bred in the Scottish Highlands in the late 19th century by a gentleman named Dudley Marjoribanks, 1st Baron Tweedmouth (Lord Tweedmouth to you), a Scottish businessman and politician who bred dogs as a hobby. Other breeds that are found in the retriever’s lineage include the Flat-Coated Retriever, the Tweed Water […]

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Shitsu Grooming

Grooming Bathing and General Grooming The Shih Tzu is a dog that does require routine bathing and grooming.  This happy, affectionate toy breed has a profuse coat which needs to be bathed as frequently as every week up to no longer than every 3 weeks.  Frequency of baths depends on the amount of coat and […]

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Blue Doberman | Fawn Doberman

Seen much less often, the Doberman dog is also born in a fawn color and a blue color. Blue Dobermans and fawn Dobermans are both color dilutions. The fawn Doberman, (sometimes called Isabella color) is a diluted red. The blue Doberman is a dilute of black. The blue Doberman is sometimes called a gray Doberman. The color […]

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