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How To Kill The Dog!

How to kill your dog? Here’s a good recipe. Start with a diet consisting of heaps of leafy green veggies garnished with avocado and onions, a good smothering of crushed macadamia nuts and lets not forget to throw in some chocolate coated raisin and grape cake for desert topped of with a nice bowl of beer or coffee. Sound delicious? Sure, and a real killer for your dog.

Can Our Pets Predict Natural Disasters?

Dating back to 373 B.C. there have been reports of animals acting hectic prior to a strong storm, as ancient Greek reports have stated. Determining whether our pets can predict natural disasters or not has been a constantly studied subject within veterinarian circles for an abundance of years and many pet owners are asking if it’s true.

What Type of Dog Food to Give to Your Dog

How do you know what kind of food to give your dog. Some questions to ask yourself about your dog. Is your pet a puppy or an older dog. Is it small or large. Is it skinny or fat. These are some of the questions you need to figure out so you do not give your dog the wrong dog food.

Why Pets Need Orthopedic Beds

Elderly or large dog breeds can suffer from sore joints and other health problems if they sleep on hard floors. This article gives an overview as to why orthopedic beds are a good idea for your pet and what type of bed you should look for.

Learn All About Kennel Cough Symptoms

Kennel cough is the term used for viral and bacterial infections that causes inflammation of a dog’s voice box and windpipe. It is a form of bronchitis and the kennel cough symptoms are similar to a chest cold in humans.

Find The Best Large Dog Car Harness For Your Big Dog

If you have ever tried to buy a large dog car harness to keep your precious big dog safe whilst riding in the car, you’ll know how difficult it is to find a good one. The biggest size available is usually medium.

Exercise for You and Your Dog With Dog Toys

Many dog owners want to know how much and what type of exercise their dog needs. They also want to know what they can do to keep them happy and entertained. It depends a lot on the type of dog you own.

Symptoms of a Dog Ear Infection

Dog ear infections may be prevented by cleaning your them about two to three times a week. Cleaning them helps to prevent the common problem of infections (Otis Externa) which occurs when bacteria, mites and other microorganisms enter the into them. These things thrive on the environment like your dogs ear because its a warm, dark and moist area.

Stop Your Dog From Digging Holes in Your Garden

Dogs are always considered to be probably the most trustworthy and also lovable pets, one can ever possess. In the event that you too have a pet dog in your house, you certainly understand the joy that a pet dog may bring to your life. Nonetheless, like all other pets, particular habits of pet dogs can bring just a little strain in your relationship along with your pet.

St. Bernard: 9 Things You Should Know About The Large Dog Breed

If you are considering a St. Bernard as a pet you should know a few things about the large dog breed. Weight: St. Bernard weight is usually between 140 and 264 pounds (64-120 kg), but there are many that fall outside that range on the high and the low side.

Lyme’s Disease In Dogs – How To Protect Your Best Friend

Lyme’s Disease in dogs occurs with less frequency than in their human counterpart. Good news for your dog, but not for us humans. That being said, however, Lyme’s disease is the most common arthropod-borne disease is the United States in both dogs and humans.

Canine Nutrition

Our parents and grandparents and their parents and grandparents before them fed their dogs what was left from the table or from cooking around the fire. There were no commercial dog foods. Think back. There was also not the rampant chronic disease that is all too common today in our beloved companions, in the form of allergies, diabetes, hypothyroidism and a host of other disorders. The spike in long-term chronic disease in our cats and dogs can be traced back to the advent of commercial, processed food and the push for a myriad of annual vaccines. This article looks at these issues from the nutrition standpoint.

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