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A Few Pointers in Caring for Your Neapolitan Mastiff

05th November 2009
Are you doing your best in caring for your Neapolitan Mastiff? It is no secret that we are all genuinely blessed that these excellent canine companions help us navigate life with outstanding love and understanding. They surely deserve the top care that we... Read >
Author: John Simpson

How To Stop Your Scottish Terrier Chewing Habit

22nd October 2009
Are you becoming desperate about your Scottish terrier's latest addiction to chewing anything he can lay his paws on? Do you feel like falling on tears as you watch your shoes, your carpets, your sofa, everything torn out by his destructive action? I'v... Read >
Author: junglekid

Train Your Puppies to Sleep Through the Night

24th September 2009
You bring home a new puppy one day with the vivid perception of taking him for his first walk around the neighborhood the following morning. You give him an early dinner, take him out a little later for his evening pee, and then tuck him into the soft, we... Read >
Author: Eric Menzies

How To Get Dog Walking Business Experience

17th August 2009
Even if you walk your own dog every day, you might not be a great dog walker for other people's dogs. Why not? Because you know your dog, and your dog knows you. You probably go to the same spots most days, and you've probably trained your dog fairly well... Read >
Author: pamellaneely

Lhasa Apso Training - Warning - The Important Facts!

01st August 2009
A Lhasa Apso dog is a wonderful companion and certainly an extremely important member of the family. They give unconditional love and expect nothing in return but your love and attention. We can certainly learn a lot from our dogs can't we? Your pet... Read >
Author: Troy Wade

Lasso Apso Potty Training. Need Some Assistance?Lhasa Apso Puppies Potty Training. Need Some Assista

23rd June 2009
As you know, one of the most exciting things that most dog lovers can imagine is bringing home lhasa puppies for the first time. Unfortunately, this excitement often wears off quickly when the new little addition to the family begins using the house as... Read >
Author: Mike Davies

Rescue Dog Training Sit, Stay and Come

06th June 2009
If we were training a puppy we'd have a much easier job ahead since a new pup hasn't had the chance to develop any bad habits. But, we're dealing with a dog with a history. An unknown history most likely. Perhaps he knows the meaning of "No". Or, maybe he... Read >
Author: Bob Hunsicker

Small dog syndrome how to stop a small dog behaving badly

24th April 2009
Small dogs or lap dogs or comforters as they were once called have a very extensive history, encompassing several thousand years. Small breeds were often kept by nobility and given as presents to royal figures. It was also thought that small breeds were g... Read >
Author: Ivan Ojounru

Dog-the most friendly animal.

22nd April 2009
Dogs are a man's best friend, so the saying goes. It is quite intelligent than any other pet animals. We can understand his thoughts through his face and shaking tail. Some of the best qualities of his nature just like obedience forced to man to love him.... Read >
Author: Prasad

Your New Puppy - the first few days at home

30th March 2009
When a puppy leaves his first family, and heads off to his new, forever home, he's still very young. Around 8 weeks if he's a medium/large breed pup, more likely 10 - 12 weeks old if he's a tiny or toy breed puppy. At this age, a puppy is a baby, and a... Read >
Author: Sue

Dog Worms Symptoms

25th March 2009
Generally, there are five major types of worms, roundworm, tapeworm, hookworm, whipworm and the dreaded heartworm. All of these can cause light to serious complications and should never be left untreated. First, let's look at the different types of parasi... Read >
Author: villenoire

Can You Believe This? Doberman Myths

13th March 2009
There is a lot of misinformation floating around about Dobermans. These include "facts" about their size and temperament. I am an owner and breeder of Dobermans, so I can tell you what I know. The first and probably the silliest myth about Dobermans, is t... Read >
Author: Joseph M. Sabol

How to Stop Dog Stool Eating Behavior

02nd February 2009
You've got the most wonderful canine as companion - a delightful puppy with charming eyes and pleasant disposition. Loyal and playful, this little creature would cheerfully welcome you whenever you arrive home. Your beloved dog fetches your slippers and e... Read >
Author: Gerry Restrivera

Is Your Dog a Whiner? How to Control Dog Whining and Give Your Ears a Rest

02nd February 2009
So maybe your dog is the cutest, most adorable thing on four legs, but if he's a whiner, cuteness can only get him (or her) so far. Before your patience runs out (and that of your neighbors'), you should learn how to control dog whining. But first, learn ... Read >
Author: Gerry Restrivera

Cats Develop Empathy in Humans

14th January 2009
Have you ever owned a cat? What was it about your cat that made you pick her? I own a cat named Pepper that I picked out of a litter when she wasn't quite 24 hours old. I know, what can you tell about a little kitten who doesn't even have her eyes open. I... Read >
Author: Debbie Foster
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