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Importance of a Feeding Schedule in Your Dog's Eating Regimen

19th November 2014
What your canine's weight loss program consists of may be very important. Your dog's general well being and well being is fueled by wonderful food and resources. Did you know that your canine's weight loss program needs to be following a feeding schedule?... Read >
Author: hlivingstone7

Dogs don't know the rules, so we need to teach them!

10th May 2013
Human education would be a a lot more suitable name for dog education. This really is mainly because, the dog's owner must initially be able to find out the correct method to train an animal. Training a dog will not be an innate ability; it really is some... Read >
Author: Marlo Dayal

How To Take Care Of Dog Mange

27th June 2012
You can find three different kinds of mange that generally occurs in dogs: Cheyletiella, Demodectic, and Sarcoptic. Whereas there are certain indications that all types have in common, methods for treatment of each type is different, as well as whether it... Read >
Author: shadow13

Old Dogs With Arthritis: Help Them Be Comfortable In The Cold Months

27th January 2012
On these cold winter mornings we always have to spend more time with the dogs. We have older dogs and a few of them do not get along well enough (females) to leave them alone. So we have some dogs in the house, two dogs outside and one dog in the studio f... Read >
Author: Steve Weber

Causes of UTI in Canines - Possible Primary and Secondary Causes

22nd November 2011
UTI is short for urinary tract infection. UTI in canines is the number reason for veterinarian visits for dog owners. The causes of UTI in canines are generally one of a number of different types of bacteria. The list of odd sounding, difficult to pronoun... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

Two Tools Used to Stop Beagle Digging

19th July 2011
Trying to stop Beagle digging is often a difficult activity but has plenty of advantages for the dog owner if the training is completed effectively. Beagles are some of the most intelligent, most loyal, most loving pets on the planet and make outstanding ... Read >
Author: bruccpr7ma

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

How to Train Your Mastiff

27th May 2011
The second difficulty is that your dog could demonstrate to be straightforward is for the reason that of the laid back nature of your puppy. I know that other than mine wanting to do his own factor it was quite frequently effortless to have him since he w... Read >
Author: Alfonso Wyatt

Akita Inu Temperament

24th May 2011
You'll read a good deal of strategies on early coaching for these canines due to the fact it is so important. Placing yourself as head of the pack is the best way to make sure your Akita puppy doesn't develop into a important handful down the line. Social... Read >
Author: Jerome Heath

Limping Canines Often Times have Dog Cruciate Ligament Injury

10th May 2011
For people with a limping dog, it truly is very disheartening trying to find out what is in fact triggering them to limp and where exactly the problem is. Often times, canine owners come up empty handed when they are touching their dogs to discover the pr... Read >
Author: Dr. James

Six Dangerous German Shepherd Health Problems You Should Look For

04th February 2011
Just like any popular dog breeds, German shepherd health problems can be expected although these canines are naturally fit and healthy with an average life span of 12-15 years. That is why it is important to ensure that you purchase only a healthy German ... Read >
Author: Marcus

Military Guard Dog History and Uses

14th December 2010
From the meaning from Random House Dictionary, a guard dog is widely used to protect against or simply look out for dangerous or unusual intruders (animals, men and women, circumstances, and so on.). This dog should also be aware enough to recognize commo... Read >
Author: Zane Folse

Tri-Heart Plus

28th September 2010
The most fatal parasite that may attack your dog is the coronary heart worm because its larvae grows quick and these parasites cling towards the heart of your beloved pet. That's why most vets have always advised pet owners to create sure that they use th... Read >
Author: BryanADams Whitfield

Choosing the Right dog cart for your handicapped dog

15th September 2010
Nowadays, disabled and handicapped dogs can regain their normal life by using a dog wheelchair. These consists of comfortable harnesses attached to frames on wheels. These allow disabled mutts the freedom to move about by themselves and get the exercise t... Read >
Author: JamesAtwater

Foods that Can Cause Seizures in Dogs

11th August 2010
Some believe that commercial dog food is at the heart of many different illness in canines, and I think it may have contributed to my dog's seizures and may have even caused them. Cory, my dog had seizures and they gradually lowered in occurrences once I ... Read >
Author: Jacob Akshire
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