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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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Scooter is a friendly 3 year old mix breed canine companion who loves car rides.

Scooter is a friendly 3 year old mix breed canine companion who loves car rides. Scooter is a friendly 3 year old mix breed canine companion. He weighs about 45 lbs, is house trained, and crate trained. He gets along with other dogs and cats. Scooter likes car rides and is leashed trained. He is […]

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Scooter is a friendly 3 year old mix breed canine companion who loves car rides.

Scooter is a friendly 3 year old mix breed canine companion who loves car rides. Scooter is a friendly 3 year old mix breed canine companion. He weighs about 45 lbs, is house trained, and crate trained. He gets along with other dogs and cats. Scooter likes car rides and is leashed trained. He is […]

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Garbage-can gut: A common canine malady

Garbage-can gut: A common canine malady Our family has a farm dog. Which is fine, except she lives in town. You could say life for Ginger, our Welsh Corgi, is pretty routine. She gets up, goes for walks, and takes naps on a regular schedule. The routine extends to her diet: she’s gotten the … […]

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Take Your Canine Pal With You With Boston Terrier Checks

Do you love your Boston Terrier? Unfortunately, you can’t take your little pal with you wherever you go. However, when you carry Boston Terrier personal checks you can always have a reminder of your favorite canine buddy with you, even when he has to stay behind. Be prepared to be charmed by these lovely personal […]

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Australian Shepherd Training: How It Affects Canine Concerns

Training your Aussie the proper way enables you both to coexist with ease and become best buddies. Lack thereof may cause various behavior issues which can taint and eventually damage your wonderful dog and owner relationship. When you’re trying to deal with your dog’s behavior concerns, here are a few Australian Shepherd training strategies you […]

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High-flying canine has achieved much despite disabilities

High-flying canine has achieved much despite disabilities A 2-year-old old Australian Shepherd hasn’t let being deaf in one ear or losing an eye stop him from being a champion. Finnian, “Finn” for short, and his owner and trainer, Steve Teer of Vacaville, compete in disc dog contests around the state just … Continue reading at […]

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From Valley Cottage Animal Hospital Bloat-a Canine Emergency, by Dr. Linda Atkins

From Valley Cottage Animal Hospital Bloat-a Canine Emergency, by Dr. Linda Atkins From Valley Cottage Animal Hospital Bloat – a Canine Emergency by Dr. Linda Atkins It’s 9 pm on Friday night. Continue reading at nyackvillager.com Siberian Husky Siberian Husky Siberian Huskies 2016 Square 12×12Siberian Huskies Wall Calendar: Siberian Huskies 2016 Wall Calendar features not […]

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Gene signatures predict doxorubicin response in canine osteosarcoma

There are two chemotherapies commonly used to treat bone cancer in dogs: doxorubicin and carboplatin. Some dogs respond better to one drug than to the other. But until now, the choice has been left largely to chance. New work by University of Colorado Cancer Center members at Colorado State University Flint Animal Cancer Center presented […]

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Possible biological trigger for canine bone cancer found

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine (SVM) have identified the biological mechanism that may give some cancer cells the ability to form tumors in dogs. The recent study uncovered an association between the increased expression of a particular gene in tumor cells and more aggressive behavior in a form of canine […]

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