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Dog training tips and secrets for the beginner

30th April 2013
People who know dogs understand that dog education is crucial. Education a dog can be a extended approach which will call for you to discover quite a bit about canine behavior. Right here is some tips on how effectively train your dog and find a trainer. ... Read >
Author: Marlo Dayal

Cataracts for Dogs and Dogs Cataracts

18th January 2012
Ethos Endymion Bright Eyes Eye Drops For Cataracts was the actual product featured in the Richard & Judy TV Trials and the Daily Mail newspaper features. Many other cataract eye drops suppliers are now trying to cash in on the phenomenal success of our Br... Read >
Author: wethedevelopers

Dogs Cataracts - Natural Cataracts Cure for Dogs

09th January 2012
Cataracts in Dogs is very common as they age and again, especially if they have diabetes. In fact, seventy-five percent of all dogs diagnosed with cataracts will develop cataracts within one year of the first diagnosis and it can develop very rapidly, lit... Read >
Author: wethedevelopers

Boxer Canine Health Challenges

30th May 2011
It can be very scary to understand that your pet as boxer cardiomyopathy. Only when you discover it, it is probable you are going to be burying your dog. Cardiomyopathy is deadly simply because it leads to the heart to beat unusually. Normally discovered ... Read >
Author: Bennett Parsons

Fashionable Dog Clothing and Current Market Trends

15th May 2011
Every pet owner, especially the dog owners want their pet look great and that is why they are taking multiple measures for making the dogs look fashionable. Such fashion trends are always there in the market and they change from time to time depending on ... Read >
Author: brainrobin

Are Bichon Frise Good for People with Allergies?

12th April 2011
No breed of dogs is guaranteed to be hypoallergenic in everyone, but the bichon frise is one of the breeds the American Kennel Club suggests that people with dog allergies consider buying. The bichon has a fluffy coat, but that need not deter allergic dog... Read >
Author: CamilleGoldin

Tick Paralysis In Dogs - Note the Warning Signs

13th January 2011
It is caused by ticks which excrete a toxin that affects the nervous system of mammals, more specifically caused from female tick bites, and it can turn deadly if not treated. Tick bites often produce a flaccid paralysis, when they bite, which causes your... Read >
Author: rosibrot

Best Dog Breeds Introduced in 20th Century

04th January 2011
Dog breeds is the term usually associated with the natural breeds of dogs or the dogs whose similarity is visible and closely related. The modern breeds introduced in the 20th century are the descendants of the natural breeds. Dog breeding is done with... Read >
Author: jsmith4u07

Aluminum Fence For Your Dog

10th March 2010
Is your dog tired of being stuck on a leash or in the house? Or more likely are you tired of having to take the dog out on a leash or him being in the house? An attractive and flexible fence option is an aluminum fence. There are several styles and grades... Read >
Author: April Andy

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

San Diego Dog Vaccines - Vaccinate your dog in San Diego.

27th October 2009
Vaccinating your dog is a simple process that is consistently done by all veterinarians. San Diego Dog Vaccinations are not dangerous, valuable and clearly worth the financial commitment. Numerous diseases that were previously considered deadly to dogs ar... Read >
Author: Morris Roste

Shih Tzu Dogs - Why So Popular?

27th March 2009
Shih Tzu dogs are one of the most popular breeds of dogs. These dogs originated in China where they were palace dogs for the Chinese Emperor. Quite often the terms "regal" and "imperial" are associated with these little dogs. Shih Tzus are little dogs,... Read >
Author: Al

German Shepherds - The Family Watch Dog

09th September 2008
There's a lot of different breeds of dogs, but among the world's most popular dog breeds there are a few that have been singled out as the most loyal, hard-working and intelligent. German Shepherds have long been valued for these qualities and more. Th... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

How To Slow Down Your Overeating Dog

27th August 2008
The most common nutritional disease for dogs has become obesity. Canine obesity has been linked to a pet's lack of exercise, hormone issues and a slowing metabolism. Overwhelmingly however, dog obesity can be contributed to improper feeding techniques, sp... Read >
Author: Ben Anton

Dogs Benefit From Eye Protection Goggles and Sunscreen

21st May 2008
Many dogs within various breeds have eyes that are particularly sensitive to sunlight. In an effort to shield and comfort itself against the bright light, your dog may squint, whine, or even paw at its face. Sunglasses for canines are considered a cute fa... Read >
Author: Jay Jacovitz
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