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Say No To Puppy Farms

Say No To Puppy Farms

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By purchasing these pups, you might be removing them from a squalid life, but no thought is given to the mothers of these sick puppies who languish in cramped spaces, never seeing the light of day or feeling the comforting touch of a human hand.

Shetland Sheepdog - Companion and Herding Dog

Shetland Sheepdog – Companion and Herding Dog

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Shetland Sheepdogs were bred to herd sheep and help around farms in Scotland and the Shetland Island areas. As with many of the herding and working dogs, this means there were two characteristics that were desired: intelligence and companionship.

Weimaraner, The Silver Shadow

Weimaraner, The Silver Shadow

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Weimaraner were breed to hunt large game and have tons of stamina and energy. This was developed specifically to allow them to run with a hunting party for days, never leaving the masters side. This is a very athletic dog that requires a great deal of exercise.

How to Prevent Your Dog From Heatstroke

How to Prevent Your Dog From Heatstroke

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Heatstroke – in very simple terms, it can be sentenced as – when the temperature of the body leaves the safer zone.

Sensitivity to Dogs Vanishes From This Moment

Sensitivity to Dogs Vanishes From This Moment

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Salutations, folks! Pet parents and others may have sensitivity towards dogs. I noticed many people around itching, rashing out, coughing and sneezing while they are near dogs. But these sensitive persons may be puppy-lovers. The sensitivity makes them non-pet parents. After this article has been read, you may also adopt a puppy. Be happy!

Helping Your Pet Cope With Growing Older

Helping Your Pet Cope With Growing Older

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The little puppy you brought home ten or so years ago was a romping, roly-poly ball of fur. It jumped on your sofa with abandon and never minded a little rough play. A decade on, it is no longer enthusiastic or active. It reminds you of old Mr. Jones a few doors away, who needs a walking stick.

The Smallest Terrier - Norfolk Terrier

The Smallest Terrier – Norfolk Terrier

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Norfolk Terriers, like all terrier breeds, were bred to hunt and eliminate vermin from barns and farms in the English country side. This instinct can kick in at any time, so it is best to keep your Norfolk on a lease when in the open.

Most Common Injuries In Dog Attacks

Most Common Injuries In Dog Attacks

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Every year, over 4 million people are bitten by dogs in the United States alone. In many cases, these pets belong to friends, neighbors or family members of the victim.

A Senior Dog Health Management - Rich Diet, Exercise, Vet Checkups

A Senior Dog Health Management – Rich Diet, Exercise, Vet Checkups

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As humans, your dog too ages and it is relatively earlier than a humans age. With age, numerous health issues arise in your dog such as deterioration of skin and coat, loss of muscle mass, digestion issues, obesity, arthritis, dental problems and decreased ability to fight back infections.

How To Train A Puppy - Perks of Learning

How To Train A Puppy – Perks of Learning

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Despite the joy and fun that puppies can bring in your home and family, frequent pee or poop accidents anywhere inside your home are always frustrating. This is the main reason why as early as a puppy, you will already learn how to house train a puppy and save yourself from all the frequent cleaning and deodorizing your home from pees and poops.