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Dog Health Problems

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Dogs are a loveable breed – the prevalent pet of choice for most people. As such, studies on dog health problems abound that will help pet owners understand potentially harmful diseases and what can be done to prevent and cure them effectively. There are several kinds of dog diseases. A lot of them are caused by contaminated organisms that disrupt… Read more »

Dog Food and Other Dog Products for Your Dog’s Health

Dogs are one of the most loyal companions and best of friends we can ever have. They constantly make us happy whenever we see them go thrilled about seeing us again. They jump at us when they see us, chase us as we go inside our house and lick our faces as we sit down on our couch. These are… Read more »

Sudden Aggression in Dog Toward Sibling

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” Dear Brigitte, We have a small family of 2 adults and 2 female sister Labradors. They are 2 on Christmas eve. We originally had a sharpei female who unfortunately passed away just under 2 years ago aged 4 from an inherited disease. Although we missed her very much, my partner wanted to get another dog he missed having one… Read more »

Dog Training Tips – Using Body Language

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Let’s face it, dogs are in no way stupid, if they were then no one would want them as pets. Sometimes though, dog owners do not give their pet enough credit because just as we can teach them to learn voice commands, they can also learn body language. When you use body language along with spoken commands, training a dog is made much simpler.

Free Dog Training Tips

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You can find a lot of free dog training tips all over the web. Here are some that have worked well for us and the guy who gave them to us teaches the same tips to all of his clients. Dog feeding tips like these may seem a bit odd, but they work well and they work within the dog’s natural behavior.