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Simple ways towards making long-term changes in your dog's behaviour

29th April 2013
There are lots of reasons for receiving a dog. It could be the loving puppy or the lovely eyes of your dog. Irrespective of awhy you'd like a dog, it really is crucial that it really is well-behaved. Education your dog is essential. This article is going ... Read >
Author: Marlo Dayal

Introducing Your New Dog To Your Resident Dogs In Seven Easy Steps

30th March 2012
Probably you have heard of kids, brothers and sisters fighting over the attention of their parents or a small child developing sibling rivalry when a new baby was brought home from the hospital. Conflicts and competition between siblings is referred to as... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

Magnetic Dog Collars and Their Effect on Dog Health

06th March 2012
Dogs have a long life, with some reaching 16 years old or even more. Even though their final years should be peaceful, some dogs have health issues that only manifest themselves when they are old and do not allow them to get the rest they deserve. Arthrit... Read >
Author: Leah WIlliams

Forgiveness Is Not Only---Mizuno MX-950 Irons

18th February 2011
Not long ago we had a look at the Mizuno MP-57 irons, geared toward the mid to lower handicap player. Today we will be taking a close look at Mizuno‘s offering for the higher handicap player, the MX-950. The Mizuno MX-950 is a mixed hybrid/iron set with a... Read >
Author: delia

How To Create Effective Mentoring Program

14th September 2010
Mentoring on both a personal and professional level is has been popular for years. But recently, there have been some changes as it relates to mentoring. The following information provides some suggestions into these recent changes as well as what you can... Read >
Author: Mike B

Dog Incontinence Causes and Solutions

09th July 2010
If you are searching for dog incontinence causes you are not alone. It is estimates that approximately 1 out of every 5 pets will struggle with incontinence at some time in their lives. Personally, I think the real number is much higher, since almost all ... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

Tips For Taking Care of Feet On The Hiking Trail

11th May 2010
The lure of the woods may be calling. The campsites, the hiking and the beautiful scenery make the hiking trails a sought after spot for many vacations. However, if a hiker doesn't take care, the feet can suffer quite a few maladies on the path along th... Read >
Author: Art Jones

Dog Parasites: Checking for Signs of Bugs!

06th July 2009
Give your dog a well-balanced diet, proper exercise, training, play-time, a whole lot of love and attention, and you'll have a dog that will live a long and healthy life! One that is free of diseases and dog parasites. In addition, you can prevent him... Read >
Author: JonJG

Shih Tzu - New Puppies And Older Dogs

30th October 2005
Introducing a new puppy to an older dog can be trickey! New puppies often want to play. Old dogs usually don't and may not like puppies at all. A new puppy in the house is a big change to an older dog's life. You can help your older dog adjust to the new ... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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