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Should your Dog be Eating Animal Bones?

You’ve most likely heard that dogs enjoy chewing on bones. You’ve undoubtedly also heard that dogs shouldn’t eat bones. With so much conflicting information on giving bones to dogs, it’s critical to be able to separate the truth from the fiction, including both the health advantages and hazards. Giving your dog a bone may be extremely harmful, or it can …

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How Do Dogs Get Fleas

If you are a dog owner that just got acquainted with a flea infestation on your pet we assure you it’s not the end of the world. At the same time, there are thousands of other dog owners who experience the same problem as you. No matter how careful you have been, and despite your best efforts, these pesky little …

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Why Do Dogs Lick People?

Some owners really like when their dog starts licking them despite all the gooey left-overs whilst others don’t really like this, especially when the pooch starts licking the face. Most people see this thing as an act of affection, and they are not that far from the truth. But is there a bit more than dog licking than just showing …

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5 Ways to Reduce Pet Odor Inside Your Home

Even though you love your pets and consider them to be beloved family members, the odors they leave behind can become intolerable. While many people accept this as a minor inconvenience that comes along with having a pet, there are plenty of steps you can take to eliminate pet odor. Using multiple methods can help you keep your home smelling …

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How to Get Rid of Fleas on Dogs

Source: wikiHow

The only reason for a pesky flea infestation on your dog is probably because you didn’t put enough effort in flea prevention. Now you may be in a situation where the infestation with these insects if out of control and your furry little friend experiences constant discomfort accompanied by intense itching, biting and self-harming. While our blog’s mascot is a …

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How to Tell if a Dog Has a Fever

We bet every dog owner is familiar with an old-time gauge that goes: ‘If you feel a dog’s nose that’s wet and cold, then everything’s fine. It the nose is hot and dry, the dog probably has a fever’. This method is tried and to some point true, so there is nothing wrong with using it. However, the situation can …

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