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Too Many Holiday Goodies Can Be Dangerous For Your Dog!

November 23rd, 2010

It’s hard to resist a pair of begging eyes and a soft muzzle on your lap – especially on the holidays. It’s even harder to get your guests to cooperate and not feed your dog scraps from their plates! However, indulging your pup with too much rich table food is not only unhealthy, it can […]

Caring For Your Dog’s Ears

November 23rd, 2010

Your dog depends on you to keep them healthy, and annual trips to your Veterinarian are only a piece of this partnership. As a responsible owner, you need to maintain some aspects of your dog’s grooming that are directly related to his well-being – like his ears! Some owners are intimidated by the prospect of […]

Dog Health Series: Hip Dysplasia In Canines

August 10th, 2010

Most owners have heard of Hip Dysplasia, but many don’t understand what this really means. In this new addition to our Dog Health Series, I’ll explain the details of this condition, symptoms, treatment and what factors can contribute to a Dysplastic dog. Take a look at this important article: Hip Dysplasia – Dog Health Series […]

3 Important Tips For Success In Training Dogs Of All Ages

July 27th, 2010

Understanding the mind of a dog doesn’t come naturally humans, so we often impose methods of training upon our dogs that we believe they should comprehend – when in fact, they can’t. In this short article, I’ve highlighted 3 simple points that will help you communicate better with your dog or puppy during training sessions […]

10 Reasons Why You Should Foster A Dog!

April 21st, 2010

There’s never a time when shelters aren’t in need of foster homes. These temporary guardians fill many dire needs – raising and socializing puppies that are too young, providing comfort to dogs too frightened to live in a shelter environment and saving lives by making room for even more homeless pets to be taken in. […]

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