Dogs in an animal shelter

How To Choose A Dog From A Shelter

Some great advice on how to go about choosing the right dog at an animal shelter

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Lost Dogs

What To Do If You Find A Lost Dog

Have you found a lost dog? This article teaches you the basic protocol of how to handle a missing or stray puppy.

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A Mummified Dog

Cancer in Dogs – The Man Made Killer

The first cases of canine cancer weren’t related until post WW2. What changed? What flicked the cancer interrupter to the “on” position?

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People annoyed by dogs

6 Annoying Habits Of Non-Dog Owners

This article discusses some fairly annoying habits that non-dog owners are guilty of.

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Great Dane Puppies

Take Proper Care Of Your Marmaduke (Great Dane) Puppy And You’ll Have A Loyal Gentle-Giant

A Great Dane’s personality is a big as his body, while he may seem like a tough guard dog, if he left in yard he will feel left out of the family.

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Working Dogs

Dogs at Work

Yes, it’s a dog-eat-dog world out there, and one must work like a dog to keep afloat in these trying times. By the end of the day, your dogs may be barking, but remember that all dogs will have their day!

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Dogs watching tv

Does Your Dog Watch TV?

Have you ever wondered if your dog watches the TV? Well, it seems that there is a TV station in the US, and now in Israel, especially for dogs. But do they watch it?

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Keeping Dogs Cool in Summer

Keeping Your Dog Cool In The Warm Weather Months

In order to keep your dog happy and healthy, you need to pay attention to the summer heat and other conditions. Follow this advice to keep your dog happy, cool, and healthy this summer.

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REST Method of Puppy Training

Reduce Your Puppy’s Destructive Chewing

Even if your puppy wants to please, it’s hard for him or her to give up chewing and biting. These four simple tips will help you and your puppy come to an understanding.

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Racing Greyhounds

Love For The Retired Racers

My husband tried for a long time to convince me to adopt a retired racing greyhound. Eventually I went to a “meet and greet” to spend time with some of them.

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Raw food diet for dogs

Raw Feeding: the Good, the Bad and the Stinky

What is raw feeding? It’s not as simple as it sounds! I am a big advocate of raw, but I get new patients almost every day with issues CAUSED by feeding raw the wrong way.

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Dogs and Rattlers

Dogs in the Country – Combating the Threat of Rattlesnakes

Where we vacation, much of the wild is at our paws. Birds, fish, turtles, wild boars, and a variety of insects inhabit the area, but the number one concern for me as a dog owner is snakes.

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Zachery and Puppy Mills

The Problem with Puppy Mills

I can’t remember all the many, many things that were wrong with my pup, but I do remember that she had 8 different kinds of worms, and she had distemper.

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Dogs Immune System

Boosting Your Dog’s Immune System

More dog health issues than you can imagine are linked to immune deficiencies. In this article I’m going to explain HOW to boost your dog’s immune system (IS).

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RIP Otos

Otos, The Best Guard Dog Ever

This is my dog Otos. He was a Chow/Retriever mix, and he lived to be 14-1/2 years old. And he was the best guard dog ever.

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