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Lawn Burn Runing Your Landscaping?

July 14th, 2009

Lawn burn can be a nightmare to a dog loving landscaper. These unsightly brown spots are caused by the nitrogen contained within a dog’s urine. For years there have been rumors circulating that female dog urine causes more lawn burn issues than that of a male dog. This isn’t exactly true. A female dog expels […]

5 Ways To Tell A Responsible Breeder

June 24th, 2009

Puppies are hard to resist, but before you fall in love, make sure you reference this list of 5 ways to know you’re dealing with an ethical, responsible breeder. (Also consider a rescue puppy! There are dog’s of every shape and size that need homes too!) Photo by gaxel Ethical Breeders…. * Breed to better […]

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 […]

Do You Have A Digging Dog?

June 11th, 2009

If you’re a dog owner who puts hours of effort into your lawn or garden only to look on in horror as your work goes flying up in piles as your dog vigorously digs away at the yard, than you have come to the right place! Maybe you never actually catch your clever canine in […]

Simple, Economical Way To Refresh Pet Bedding!

June 4th, 2009

I’m on a Dyson frenzy today. The warm weather has caused Lucian to shed more his red coat all over the house (luckily Reef doesn’t shed much at all!). We have FURminator sessions on the fire escape, but even still, the dog beds seem to get the worst covering of hair. There are many products […]

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