Dog Health

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Tips to Keep Your Dog Safe in the Summer Heat (Graphic)

Your cat or dog might really love the warm weather of spring and summer, but your pet can also be super stressed by changes in heat and humidity. Say, for example, that you’ve let your dog go on a mid-afternoon run with you. Think about their paws touching the pavement: They’re not wearing shoes, so […]

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8 Reasons You Should Consider Feeding Your Dog Raw Food

Recently – among humans – the Paleo diet (initially popularized by researcher Loren Cordain, and later by Ray Audette in his book Neanderthin) has become very popular. The diet is based on the idea that all animal species have a basic genetic diet that is “biologically appropriate” to that species. Keeping with a diet appropriate […]

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Signs Your Dog has Fleas

Every pet owner dreads talking about fleas. The hot months of summer become even more frustrating due to the attack of fleas on your pet. It annoys the pet as well as the pet owner and causes trouble to them both. If you are a first-time pet owner, you need to understand the problem is […]

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Signs That Your Pet Has Ticks & Fleas

Ticks are not only irritating but can also cause a world of problems for your pets. However, it is not easy to tell if these tiny parasites call your dog’s fur their home sweet, home. If ticks are an annoyance, fleas are downright irritating. Just like ticks, the signs of their infestation may not always […]

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Top 8 Ways to Protect Your Dog from Fleas

Fleas can be harmful to not only you but also your dog. Flea bites can be extremely itchy and can keep your pet in an irritated state. They can also lay eggs on the dog’s body, which can later hatch and complicate the situation. This is why it is extremely important that you take all […]

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Of Pooches and Herbs: Knowing the Good from the Bad

If you’ve been into healthy, natural food as of late, you’ve probably learned to appreciate the benefits herbs provide. You might also be thinking of letting your pooch join you in your quest for holistic health. While you have the right intentions, you shouldn’t just assume that whatever is right for you is also good […]

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5 Puppy Feeding Tips That Every New Dog Owner Should Know About

So now you have a new addition in the family…..your all new canine friend! There is happiness, pride and joy that you feel as a new dog owner. The spark of affection you see in the pet’s eyes when you come back home is a moment to relish. And nothing sounds better than holding it […]

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Top 8 Reasons to Consider Socks for Your Dog

Say what? Socks for your dog? Are they just trying to sell you on another silly dog fad? Think what you will, there several are good reasons why you should consider dog socks. Whether you have a new puppy who can’t get traction on your hardwood floors, or you have a senior dog with arthritic […]

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Fun Indoor Exercises for Your Dog

There is no doubt that one of the things your dog looks forward to most during the day, is his daily walks. The smells, people, and dogs he encounters daily are stimulating, entertaining, and an excellent motivation to stay fit. However, on really chilly days, dogs can be reticent to go outside for more than […]

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Ideas for a Beautiful, Dog-Friendly Garden

If you could ask your dog what his favorite place in the world was, he would probably answer, “the Great Outdoors.” Dogs love coming across other canines and people, sniffing plants and flowers, and rolling around in verdant areas like parks or your backyard. In warmer months, you probably enjoy spending time in the garden […]

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