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Top 6 Things You Can Do Now To Prevent Your Dog From Getting Cancer

25th June 2012
Cancer, or neoplasia is one of the most feared diseases and diagnoses among dog owners; unfortunately the incidence is on the rise leaving pet owners with many questions about why this is happening, and what they can do to prevent it. In this article you ... Read >
Author: Dr Andrew Jones, DVM

Discovering Your Dog’s Behavior – Basic Types of Aggression

30th March 2012
Are you fascinated by Cesar Millan's talent to tame dogs? Cesar Millan is a Mexican-American dog trainer who is widely known for his hit tv series, Dog Whisperer. One of the most difficult challenges that he has encountered is dog aggression. It often req... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

Fundamental Information To Be Aware Of When It Comes To The Cocker Spaniel

10th February 2012
The Cocker Spaniel is a true sporting breed of dog that is often divided into two categories with very small differences - the American Cocker Spaniel and English Cocker Spaniel. Each features long, wavy-haired ears with a cost that comes in a variety of ... Read >
Author: viridianmotion

Springer Spaniel Skin Problems

22nd February 2011
There are five main basic reasons for skin problems in dogs, but springer spaniels fare well compared to other breeds. The main reasons are hereditary predisposition, infectious diseases, immune system problems, dermatitis (allergic reactions), and extern... Read >
Author: Phil Marks

How Fish Oil Helps Relieve Itchy Dog Skin

23rd November 2010
Food allergies can create itchy skin problems for dogs and there can be multiple triggers affecting your pet. Find out how to determine what is causing the allergy and what you need to do to correct it. =>Food Allergies One of the main causes of itc... Read >
Author: Bob Storrs

Leather Dog Collars from rokabone.co.uk

07th October 2010
Luxury Leather Dog Collars from rokabone.co.uk Playful pups would pick one of the Leather Dog Collars from rokabone.co.uk if they were given the chance. This exciting collection of luxury dog collars and leads can induce barks of approval and yaps of d... Read >
Author: Henry James

Training Springer Spaniels - Using a Muzzle

12th February 2010
When listening to people about obedience training springer spaniels as well as other breeds, one point that is frequently raised is if muzzles for dogs are a good idea or not. Is is cruel to muzzle a dog? Is a muzzle completely necessary? And can good obe... Read >
Author: Barry Rodgers

Dog Bladder Crystals - Answers to the Most Frequently Asked Questions

07th January 2010
What are dog bladder crystals? At the risk of stating the obvious, I have to say that they are nothing but stones in your dog's bladder. They are also referred to as uroliths. What causes the formation of a dog bladder crystal? There are a numbe... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

How to Train a Cocker Spaniel

03rd September 2009
Cocker Spaniels belong in the sporting group of canine breeds. They are very pretty and need regular grooming. This breed of canine is very popular among families with kids because of their temperament and eagerness to obey commands. It is vital to tr... Read >
Author: Ty Brown

Cocker Spaniel Dog - Things You Should Know

05th July 2009
The Cocker Spaniel is a beautiful, sweet dog that loves people. He makes an excellent pet, but presents a few challenges to the owner.General Appearance and DescriptionThe American Cocker Spaniel was originally developed through breeding of the English Co... Read >
Author: Chadwick Carney

Shih Tzu Grooming Is Art, Skill, Trade, And A Profession

29th November 2005
Shih Tzu grooming can be compared to human beauty culture because it is the beautification of the Shih Tzu breed. The art of Shih Tzu grooming is aimed at creating a reasonable facsimile of a normal specimen of the Shih Tzu breed. The attendance of Shih T... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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