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The Bully max reviews

17th June 2010
The demand for all natural dog food has become the constant cry of dog owners all across America after the contaminated food scare in 2007; people have long memories when it comes to their precious pets. Read this article to gain insight on the natural fo... Read >
Author: Heath Love

Two Little Dogs to Love The Pug or Pomeranian

04th June 2010
When two breeds are in the same group, one usually expects them to be quite similar. The Pug and the Pomeranian defy this logic. Both breeds are in the Toy Group and they couldn't be more different. The Pug originated from the East, the Pomeranian is of G... Read >
Author: Katrina Wagner

Top Ten Pet and Dog Insurance Companies Reviewed

23rd March 2010
Top 10 Pet and Dog Insurance Companies Every dog owner dreads the thought of their dog becoming ill or getting injured. While months or years can go by with no problem, cancer, tick-borne diseases, being hit by a car, or swallowing poison can occur sud... Read >
Author: scott lipe

Dog Aggression. Can It Be Fixed?

15th March 2010
Many dog owners are seeking a cure for their aggressive dogs. Their questions usually focus around these three questions: Can you fix it? What do I have to do? How long will it take? Let's take these questions one by one. Can you fix it? As much as ... Read >
Author: Jim Burwell

The Importance of Worming Your Labrador Puppies

15th March 2010
Do you have Labrador puppies? Cute aren't they? Have you got plans to worm your puppy as soon as possible, or are worms something that your dog will get naturally and therefore deal with themselves, negating the need for any treatment? Well, here is somet... Read >
Author: Alan Isaacs

How To Fix A Dog Barking Problem

09th March 2010
Yes, You Can Fix a Dog Barking Problem! Now that you have a dog, you know that there are many different problem behaviors that a dog may present; one of the most irritating is a dog barking problem. Dogs bark for a variety of reasons and the first step... Read >
Author: Robert Quadra

Separation Anxiety is Real in Dogs

23rd February 2010
Dog owners, when they get together, will tell stories of their amazing, brilliant, astonishing and misbehaving dogs. How many times have you heard about the pet who, displeased by its owners' absence, left a "present" of the most unpleasant kind? The t... Read >
Author: Quentin Justice

Keep Your Dog Warm With A Dog House Heater

08th February 2010
A dog house heater makes good sense if a dog and its owner is living in a region where winter months are freezing cold. If you have your dog living in an outdoor doghouse, then this type of heater will help it stay warm. Many dog owners around the world a... Read >
Author: Christoffer X Altesino

Five Benefits of Using Kong Dog Toys

22nd January 2010
Possibly the best-known dog toys in the world are the Kong dog toys. The classic design of the Kong toy is shaped a bit like three fat rubber rings stuck together, one on top of another. The toys also come in several variations for dogs of different ages ... Read >
Author: Sam Carter

Why is Female Dog Urinary Tract Infection More Common and How Can it Be Treated?

08th January 2010
First of all, here is a little fact that all dog owners must know - female dog urinary tract infection is a lot more common than male dog urinary tract infection. So, if you happen to own a female dog, you should be twice as careful and take very good car... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Variety of Dog Food & Effects on Dog

06th January 2010
Variety of dog food has witnessed lot of changes in respect of the practices of the past and present day concerns of the dog owners in relation to finding best dog food to take care of complete nutrition needs of the dog. The present day dog owners have l... Read >
Author: Doggie-Tips

Train Your Airedoodle Puppies - Using the Right Mindset When Training Your Airedoodle!

30th November 2009
If you want to know how to train your Airedoodle puppies, this article can help you get in the right mindset. The key to any training program is getting your dog to respect you; without respect, this training process is key if you would like the traini... Read >
Author: Socorro M. Fabor

Providing Quality Care for Your Norfolk Terrier

09th November 2009
Are you sure you are doing your best in providing care for your Norfolk Terrier? Certainly, dog owners are all truly blessed that these loving canine companions help us understand life with never-ending love and companionship. These precious beings certai... Read >
Author: John Simpson

3 Proven Tips on How to Stop a Dog From Digging Holes in Your Yard and Ruining Your Flowerbeds!

20th October 2009
Are you wondering how to stop a dog from digging holes so it will quit destroying your lawn and flowerbeds? A dog's digging behavior can be one of the hardest "bad" behaviors to eliminate. Why? Because it is both in a dog's nature to dig and it is a form ... Read >
Author: Rhking

Microchip Dog GPS or GPS Dog Collar?

19th October 2009
Dogs find themselves homeless for a variety of reasons. Sometimes those reasons are not the fault of themselves or their owners. Occasionally, unexpected, unpreventable events occur in life that results in loving family pets being dislocated from their ow... Read >
Author: Shawnsum1
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