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Classic Dog Article: 3-Legged Dog Care

April 4th, 2011

Sometimes a canine’s injury or illness leaves us with the drastic decision of having to amputate a limb. While we have a tough time dealing with this emotionally, these 3-legged dogs usually recover amazingly well! In today’s classic article we’ll tell you a little bit about caring for one of these “special needs” pups – […]

Classic Dog Article: Teach Your Dog To Swim!

March 28th, 2011

I woke up on this cold Spring day thinking that today’s classic dog article needs to look ahead to warmer months! So lets focus on the summertime and quality time splashing around with your dog. While many breeds take to the water naturally, others need some encouragement, and today’s piece will help you learn how […]

Classic Dog Article: Moving Day – With Dogs!

March 21st, 2011

In just a few weeks the dogs will making a big move from the large apartment we’ve been renting to a house my fiancee and I have purchased! While we’re very excited about the relocation, the dogs have been wondering why boxes have slowly been filling up their play space. So today’s classic article is […]

Classic Dog Article: Less Allergenic Dog Breeds

March 7th, 2011

Every week I get at least 10 questions about dog breeds that are better for people with allergies. While I’m unable to answer each of these inquiries individually, I like to routinely bring back the list of breeds that may fit their needs. So if you or someone you know has asthma or suffers from […]

Classic Dog Article: Training Your Dog To Be A “Polite” Host

January 24th, 2011

Do you avoid having friends over due to your pup’s energetic and often unwanted greetings? If so, today’s classic article combined with some effort, will help you get those exuberant behaviors under control. Here’s some tips that will hopefully have you and your pup hosting those dinner parties in no time – check out How […]

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