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Dog Stairs And A Good Nite’s Sleep

Just a basic article on the benefits of dog stairs. Briefly touch on health issues and the different types with a touch of humor.

Before Donating To A Dog Rescue – Understand The Important Issues Of The No Kill Philosophy

The phrase “No Kill” has become overused, misunderstood, and often used to manipulate. It is now a signal to DONATE HERE. It is too frequently used to indicate a purity of purpose that makes one rescue group more deserving of financial support than another. An interesting evolution of this phrase is the attachment of the words “the largest.” Various rescues now seem to feel it necessary to describe themselves as the largest NO KILL rescue in the region, state, or country.

Chiropractic and Canine Care

Chiropractic can play an important role in managing your dog’s health. Many chiropractors are experienced in treating dogs for a variety of ailments, helping dogs live longer, healthier, more comfortable lives as they age.

Your Dog’s Coat and Routine Inspection

Article describes how to care for a dog’s coat. It also enumerates what to look for during routine inspections of the dog.

Bringing Your New Pup Home

Article describes important aspects that you need to be aware of when bringing a new pup into your household. It suggests ways of dealing with the pup’s anxiety about its new surroundings.

Hunting Dog: Bird Dog Training

Hunting is something that many individuals enjoy doing -the thrill of hunting is a great feeling. There are various breeds of dogs that were built for hunting. No matter what breed of hunting dog you choose, you need to teach it how to hunt properly. While the instincts are already built in, they will not know how to do it to your liking, unless you teach them.

EPA Approved Dog Repellent Sprays Are Very Effective On Dogs of All Sizes and Breeds

I would venture to guess that almost 100% of the people that read this article have at one time or another, either been attacked, or almost been attacked by an angry dog. If not a by dog, by some type of animal. It is a pretty scary feeling to see an angry dog charging at you with the hair curled up on his back and showing his teeth. People who do a lot of walking or jogging, and also people who have jobs that require them to work at people’s homes on a daily basis are especially at risk for animal attacks.

Service Dogs For PTSD Vets

There’s a wartime epidemic affecting the men and women of our country but no one’s talking about it. Maybe it’s because our returned soldiers are embarrassed, maybe because the rest of us don’t know how to handle them, but PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder, affects a large number of veterans who have been recently returning by the thousands to cities and towns all across the United States, but going back to being a civilian isn’t that simple.

How to Help an Anxious Dog Cope With Visitors

An unexpected visitor can be a big source of anxiety in dogs, so having a well thought out plan of action will help your dog cope and allow you to enjoy your visitors. Learning how to make visitors a positive experience for your dog will also help them to gain more confidence and reduce their anxiety.

How To Stop Your Dog From Digging – Especially in the Wrong Places

Digging is a thing that dogs do by instinct. In the wild, long before they were domesticated, dogs would dig to make a den to sleep in or to store food. Nowadays, it tends to be our garden they destroy, so we have to find a way to stop your dog from digging in all the wrong places. So although digging is inbred and you will never be able to stop your dog from digging completely, it is certainly possible to redirect and minimize this behavior.

Dog Training – Read More About It

If you plan on getting a new dog or if you already have one in your life, no matter how old they are, it is important that you train them. Mind you, this is not something that is going to be easy to do, but it can be fun. Many individuals believe training is a way to connect with the pet.

Dog Obedience for Those Living in an Apartment

Man’s best friend is always loyal, easy to love and always there when you need someone to lean on. Many have wondered if it is okay to keep a dog in a smaller place, such as an apartment. Individuals were concerned with dog health problems caused by living in smaller placed. Dogs can live in an apartment and be obedient at the same time.

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