Archive for the 'Seasonal issues' Category

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Classic Dog Article: Introducing Your Dog To The Water

April 20th, 2009

Are these upcoming warm months going to be the first ones you’re spending with your puppy or dog? You’ve probably seen numerous happy dogs cooling off in summers past, swimming in lakes or ponds (or even fountains) as their owners looked on. Now you’re wondering how to introduce your dog to the water? Today’s classic […]

Classic Dog Article: Heartworms

April 13th, 2009

Spring is here and in some places the warm weather has led to the start of mosquito season. While these biting pests can be itchy and annoying to us, to our dogs – they can prove to be very serious and even deadly. In today’s classic article you’ll learn about the life-cycle of heartworms, treatment […]

Does My Dog Really Need A Coat?

February 24th, 2009

The groundhog saw his shadow this year, meaning that winter is going to last another 4 weeks or so. Today when the dogs and I woke up, it felt like a chilly 10 degrees out with the wind blowing. Though my dogs are large (and extra large), both of them have faux-wool lined “horse blanket” […]

Snow Dogs – A Collection Of 25 Wintery Photos

December 16th, 2008

The wintery weather is upon us here in Pennsylvania. Today is cold and snowy and my dogs have mixed feelings about the precipitation. The white stuff causes Lucian to frenzy around in full on tongue-lolling, tail-wagging excitement – he couldn’t be more thrilled about the winter weather. Reef, on the other hand, wants very little […]

25 Ways To Keep Your Dog Safe This Holiday Season!

December 3rd, 2008

The holidays are hectic times filled with excitement, changes and for many people, stress. These feelings aren’t limited to humans though, they effect our canine companions as well. While we may be occupied with fulfilling every ones wish lists and decorating the tree, our dogs are often left pondering why there is a tree in […]

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