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The “Dos” and “Don’ts” of Urban Dog Ownership

June 30th, 2010

Many metropolitan cities are turning into meccas for dog-friendly living as canines take a front seat in the lives their owners. While you might picture a tiny toy breed riding along in a bag as the ultimate companion for the urban jungle, this isn’t necessarily so! Here are some important facts to consider if you […]

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: Coping With A Scardy Pup

January 18th, 2010

Puppies are endlessly curious, but that doesn’t mean they’re always brave! If you notice that your new dog is responding fearfully to an everyday object, there’s a simple, gentle way to handle these occurrences. In today’s classic dog article, you’ll read how to and how NOT help your puppy gain his confidence! Check out: How […]

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 […]

Classic Dog Article: Dealing With Fearful Puppies

October 19th, 2009

From approximately 8-11 weeks of age puppies experience a “fear period” where frightening experiences can have a lasting effect on their behavior. It’s very important for pet parents to learn the “rights” and “wrongs” of how to handle incidents in which your puppy reacts fearfully to everyday occurrences. In today’s classic dog article, you’ll learn […]

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