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This website is created to provide you with a quality source of information about dogs.
Whether you're searching for information about choosing the right dog, how to train it, or keep it healthy,
you'll find it here. If you already have a dog or are planning on getting one, then you'll find this site very
useful and informative.
It's been said that dogs are man's best friend. I, for one, believe it.
I've been lucky enough to have the love of several dogs thoughout my life and feel my life has better for it.
As I write this, two of my best friends are lying by my side, a boxer-american bull mix named Daisy and
a dachshund named Toby. They really seem more like children than pets.
Owning dogs, or any other pets, brings with it a lot of responibilty. Much like children,they
depend on you for virtually everything. It's up to you to provide food, shelter, veterinary care, and most importantly your time.
For the time, effort, and money you spend caring for your dog you'll be rewarded with lifelong
loyalty and friendship.
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|Your Dogs Health Why Dog Breath is No Laughing Matter
| Your dogs health is important to you. You show her how important by keeping her well fed and groomed, making sure she gets plenty of exercise and providing a collection of fun, safe toys for her entertainment. You don't skimp on the quality of his......read more
|Do They Really Need a Dog Bed
|When Lucky was starting to show signs of aging, we were concerned about her comfort. She would have a hard time getting up in the morning. Her legs would shake and she would take five minutes just to get up, where once she could pounce up in a......read more
|BARF Diet For Dogs Not As Gross As It Sounds
|Are you just starting to research the BARF diet for dogs – also known as “bones and raw food” or the RAW diet? It can be confusing – I remember asking TONS of questions when I first started. How do you know how much to feed? WHAT do you feed? ......read more
|Beginner Tips For Dog Training
| 1. What age should I start using the prong collar? [Adam replies: ] Generally speaking, at about four months of age… when you see the adult teeth begin to come in. 2. What should I be teaching, obedience wise, with 8 month puppy? [Adam replies:......read more
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