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At first glance, it may seem like a small French Bulldog is better equipped for the heat than a heavy coated Siberian Husky. But French Bulldogs, along with others like American Bulldogs, Pekingese, Pugs, and Boston Terriers, are Brachycephalic dogs. “Brachycephalic” refers to dogs with a short muzzle, and this face shape is a huge
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat blueberries? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat blueberries, but there are some things you should know before you share blueberries with your dog. Blueberries are full of vitamins and nutrients that can give dogs a big health boost, and they’re small and soft, so they don’t
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Tartar and gingivitis are two of the most common problems seen by veterinarians and poor dental hygiene can lead to gum disease, loss of teeth and, if untreated, could develop into more serious conditions such as bacterial infections of the heart, liver, or kidneys. In fact, 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Summer is here and that means fun in the sun for us and our four-legged family members. While long days spent frolicking outdoors creates priceless memories, it can also pose hidden dangers to your pet. By following these simple guidelines, you can ensure your pet enjoys summer safely. Keep your dog
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Having a companion animal is a lifetime commitment–and sometimes that commitment involves spots and odors from urine, feces, or vomit. Naturally, you will want to remove all traces of spots and odors. Not only for a clean, fresh-smeilling home, it will also help to discourage repeat offenses. Trouble with house-trained dogs? Even housetrained dogs can
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(Photo Credit: Shutterstock) If you’re hankering to take a vacation, or if your daily routine simply keeps you away from your furry friend for long periods of time, you may want to consider enlisting the services of a pet sitter. Pet sitters are more than providers of your dog’s food and water. Professional pet sitters
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Valentine’s Day is more than just the most romantic holiday of the year. From accessories, chocolates, jewelry, flowers, to, yes, undergarments, pets will likely enjoy your Valentine’s gifts and treats just as much as you do, but with some potentially serious health consequences. Be careful with the candy… From those pastel-colored
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Who can resist an adorable puppy? If you want to adopt a cuddly puppy, shelters and breed specific rescues have lots to choose from. Some of them might look just like these cuties! If you have an adorable puppy please post photos in the comments. The internet can never have too many pictures of puppies!
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Like a nutmeg-scented blob assimilating the grocery store aisle by aisle, Pumpkin Spice has infiltrated our soap, our booze and even our breakfast cereals. When it was done with the humans, it came for the canines, oozing out of the grocery store and into the pet food shops. Dog cookies, dog cologne and even dog
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All dogs can be potty trained. (Photo Credit: Shutterstock) It’s true that canines communicate very differently from humans, and marking–intentional urination–may be the most blatant example. Though it looks (and smells) identical, marking is not at all the same thing as elimination. If your dog has an accident indoors because he simply can’t hold it
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Fetch is a great form of both mental and physical exercise. When structured properly, it’s also a terrific way to practice impulse control and consistent obedience. Structured inappropriately, it can turn into a fun game (for your dog, that is) of keep away! Follow these steps to develop a fantastic fetcher!
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The leaves are falling and the weather is cooling down, which means there are a whole bunch of new activities you can do with your dog this fall season. Autumn offers plenty of stuff to do that you can’t take advantage of in any other season. Here are seven of our favorite things to do
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So you’ve decided that a regular Yorkie is not adorable and cute enough for you. You’re thinking Teacup Yorkie Puppy. There is no denying Teacup Yorkies’ extreme adorableness, and their happy-go-lucky, spirited personality can be very appealing. But just because a Teacup Yorkie is tiny doesn’t mean the responsibilities for owning one are small, too.
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Puppy eating food. Dog Since they’re just little dogs, puppies probably just need less food than most adult dogs, right? Wrong. Puppies need twice the energy intake of adult dogs and, depending on the breed, 25 to 30 percent of their diet should be protein. During the first few weeks of their life, puppies get
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Cleaning the Pet Friendly Home Got pets? Then you’ve probably got odors, stains, and fur in places you never knew you had. Fortunately, canines and a clean house are not mutually exclusive properties. We’ve got expert recommendations, product reviews, and tricks of the trade to help keep your home aromatic and germ free. And remember:
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(Photo Credit: Shutterstock) Your veterinarian is nearly as important in your dog’s life as you are. So, when looking for a vet, keep in mind they’ll be doing more more than just administering vaccines and performing check-ups. They’ll be involved in many stages of both your dog’s life and yours. Plan ahead for your dog’s
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Oscar’s Law founder and advocate, Debra Tranter, snuck into a puppy mill in 2015, and documented the miserable conditions. This resulted in the removal of 16 dogs in need of medical care. The puppy mill was ordered to comply with animal welfare standards. Upon visiting nearly a year later, Tranter said the mill had actually declined since
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