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The 6 Tips on Puppy Training

16th November 2008
All puppies should be trained, so that they can get along well with their owners, the following tips on puppy training will help you train your puppies. Train your puppy to lie down When you train the puppy to lie down in front, you should hold the ... Read >
Author: WeiKing

Dog Chewing: How To Prevent And Stop Destructive Dog Behavior

10th October 2008
Dog Chewing: How To Prevent And Stop Destructive Dog Behavior Your dog chews because it is natural for him to do so. When you know why your dog has chewing problems, you're on your way to being able to stop dog chewing. The best way to stop dog chewin... Read >
Author: Allen McDaniel

5 Benefits of Owning a Rottweiler Puppy

11th September 2008
Are you thinking about getting a Rottweiler puppy? Rottweilers are not the right dog for everyone, but if you are the right kind of person then owning a Rottweiler can have a lot of benefits. Here are the top 5 benefits of owning a Rottweiler puppy:1. You... Read >
Author: Kathleen Chester

How to Pick a Good Companion Dog

08th September 2008
Now that you're considering a dependable companion dog for your home, you likely would tend to first look at different breeds, select a number of puppies to consider and then pick the one with the character that you desire. When you are trying to find ... Read >
Author: Max Young

When to Get Your Dog Spayed or Neutered

17th July 2008
So many people who get a new puppy are overwhelmed with the responsibility of it all that they don't have time to stop and think between all of the vet visits, the potty training, and the play time. However, one thing that every new doggie family has to c... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

Chew Proof Dog Beds - How to Choose the Right One

24th June 2008
Puppies just like babies go through the teething stage which means he will chew anything he can get his little teeth on including your shoes, furniture and of course his dog bed. Chew proof dog bed Dogs are able to give you great happiness whether y... Read >
Author: Caroline Miller

Dog Pregnancy - Signs and Care

15th May 2008
Being puppy is the cutest stage of a dog, it's so lovely to see how this little innocent angel moving around, learn to play, eat so well, run around and perform his agilities, and become little cute monster that messes things around. Then we will think ab... Read >
Author: hannah

Dog Quilt Patterns Come in Many Breeds...Varieties!

09th May 2008
There's no denying that puppies and dogs can be a lot of fun, even when you are sewing them into a dog quilt pattern! If the recipient of your quilt loves Scottie dogs, you will find various Scottie dog quilt patterns available for free online. Some ar... Read >
Author: Penny Halgren

Shih Tzu - Birth Process I

25th March 2008
The first puppy in either the right or left horn of the uterus is lifted into the birth canal and then detaches from the wall of the uterus. When this happens, in a normal delivery, the puppy will seem to "pop" out sometimes all at once, sometim... Read >
Author: ParamS

Bordetella Vaccine - Kennel Cough Preventative

07th March 2008
The Bordetella vaccine is commonly given to dogs to prevent kennel cough. I put emphasis on the word "prevention" because like the flu shot in humans, the Bordetella vaccine is a prevention - not a cure. All my puppies receive their first Bordetella vacci... Read >
Author: Penny DiLoreto

Beagle Puppies Good With Kids

04th February 2008
As puppies, beagles are born to hunt, but with socializing beginning at a young age, they can quickly learn to get along with other beagles, other animals as well as with humans. They are especially fond of young children and make excellent pets for fam... Read >
Author: Michelle Adams

How to Deworm Your Dog

08th August 2007
ALL puppies will have intestinal worms during their lifetime. Deworming your dog or puppy is highly recommended to get rid of those parasites even though many resources we have talked to vary in their overall deworming schedule time. Because of this on... Read >
Author: spitfiregsd

Identifying The Level Of Dog Snapping Within A Family Pet

05th January 2007
If you have a dog that has a bad habit of snapping at people, especially children, then you should first understand what this behavior means and why your dog may be doing it. Snapping is usually thought of as being a signal that dogs use to drive other do... Read >
Author: John Edwards

How much time can dogs stay alone?

18th June 2006
If you are going to leave your dog alone for a long period of time then don't be surprised with the behavior issues he might develop. Being alone, your dog deals with two big problems. The first one is the physic and emotional discomfort, because he s... Read >
Author: Isabella Vreeken

Your Toy Puppy's First Check-up and Settling In

01st April 2006
Try not to take your new puppy to the vet the very first day you bring him home. Allow your new toy puppy to get acquainted with its new family, home and surroundings. Do take your toy puppy to the vet within 48 to 72 hours and begin to establish a rapp... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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