Archive for the 'New Dog' Category

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Classic Dog Article: Your Pup’s First Vet Visit

March 1st, 2010

Today’s classic article is a brief explanation of what you might encounter at your first vet visit with a new puppy. From demystifying the abbreviations and meanings of core vaccines to microchipping, this article explains it all. Check out: Your Puppy’s First Visit To The Vet Photo by Andromeda Honds

Classic Dog Article: The Best Allergy-Friendly Dog Breeds

January 11th, 2010

Dog lovers with allergies are faced with a barrage of breeds that claim to be hypoallergenic, when in truth, all dogs produce some amount of dander. However, many breeds don’t shed and some are known for producing small, less irritating amounts of “pet pollen” than others. Today’s classic article highlights 20 breeds that could be […]

Breeder Buzz-Phrases and Warning Words

October 15th, 2009

If you have your heart set on a purebred puppy, the next step in the process is locating a reputable breeder. The best places to come into contact with breeders is at dog shows and dog sporting events, however many people choose to seek out their future furry family members on the Internet or in […]

Teaching Leash Walking Skills

August 22nd, 2009

Having a dog that walks nicely on a leash is one of the most rewarding outcomes of the hard work of training. However, many owners don’t know how to get to a place where they have a pooch that will walk happily next to them and instead fear strolls – as they fear they could […]

You’ve Hired A Dogwalker – Now What?

June 17th, 2009

At some point in most of our lives, we all need some help caring for our dogs. For some individuals with long work hours or the need to travel frequently, a responsible dog walker is an invaluable surrogate guardian for your pooch when you can’t be there. Photo by NYCArthur In order to keep your […]

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