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PARVO VIRUS, and What it Can do to our Dogs

Parvo or the Canine Parvovirus is an illness is extremely contagious and can easily kill a young dog. This is a very informative article on the PARVO VIRUS, the importance of vacinations, and possible treatments if infection does occur.

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Unlikely Friends

A very cute story about unlikely friends, and Orangatan and a German Shorthaired Pointer.UNLIKELY FRIENDS Unknown Author

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The Ups and Downs of owning a Dog

Are you ready to own a dog. A great article for people thinking about adding a pet to their family.

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Dominoes, Ethics in Breeding & Showing

Dominoes, Ethics in Breeding & Showing Article

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Puppy Training, How to Stop My dog from hiding my clothes

Much like small children, puppies require a constant and vigilantly watchful eye to keep them out of trouble. They need to learn the rules of the house and while this will eventually happen, until it does, you need to focus on training them to follow the rules. In some cases, puppies will play a game that includes the stea...

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Puppy Biting: Sure-Fire Tips To Stop Your Puppies Biting Habits

By the time that your puppy reaches 15 weeks of age, he or she should begin to manifest nipping issues in which he or she will begin to nip or bit at things. It is by this time that you should prepare to begin proper training to prohibit your puppy's mouth behaviors. This training should include specific commands that will...

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Puppy Training, Stopping Bad Habits

Much like small children, puppies require a constant and vigilantly watchful eye to keep them out of trouble. They need to learn the rules of the house and while this will eventually happen, until it does, you need to focus on training them to follow the rules. In some cases, puppies will play a game that includes the stea...

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If Animals Could Talk

Winter's aching fingers pinched my ears as I hurried to the barn. My toes, cozy and padded by woolen socks in a new pair of work boots, bent with each chunk of frozen mud beneath them and sent fluffy, mindless snow bouncing away on my path. A shepherd amid his flock of sheep, or a farmer in a cloud of white chickens, might...

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People and Pets Losing Weight Together

There is little question that an obesity epidemic exists in the United States. Over 60% of adult Americans are classified as overweight or obese, and this percentage has been increasing over the years. But humans are not the only ones suffering from an obesity epidemic - an estimated 25% of America's pet population is als...

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Pumpking Carving for Dogs, A Cute Photo Essay

Who says dogs can't be a part of Halloween, and pumpkin carving? A photo essay of our furry friends, and their carved pumpkins. Happy Holloween!

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Rabies Update

Information on Rabies in the Unitied States

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Why Dog Bite, A photo essay!

A very cute photo essay of dog in various costumes

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RVing with your Pet

Do you travel with your dog? Maybe so, but how about in a recreational vehicle (RV), such as a motorhome or camper? �People who like pets are going to have them whether it's in a house or motorhome,� said Ventura, California based Ron Epstein, editorial director of Highways magazine, a publication of the Good...

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Dog Intelligence and Emotion

In the following article, author Lexiann Grant, was interviewed by a student intern at the Miami Herald on the subject of canine emotions and intelligence. The questions and answers below are a summary of that interview.

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PROBLEMS AND PRIVILEGES: THE TRUTH ABOUT OWNING A DOG

Dogs are so much trouble. Just ask someone whose dog stays tied up in their yard. They'll tell you they couldn't handle all the problems the dog caused, such as chewing, whining and needing to go out all the time. With so much work, why would anyone want a dog? Because the rewards are worth it if we are willing to make the...

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Diary of a first Rescue

Fall; 1:45 A.M. The decision to get involved Apprehension awakens me. Shortly after mentioning that I might be interested in volunteering with a breed club rescue group, I receive a call from the coordinator asking for help. There is a Norwegian Elkhound in a shelter about a hundred miles from my area. C...

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Dog Economic, Canine Economics

The news tells us that the economy is booming, spending is up and the dollar is strong. What does this mean to our dogs? Take a peek below to see how our canine companions might perceive the world of economics. * Unemployment. Dogs are never without a job; they naturally work at being themselves 24 hours a day, seven days ...

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Like a Good Neighbor

Do you as a dog owner, feel like your non-dog-loving neighbors hate you and your canine family member, and wished you lived in another neighborhood, even another planet? Have the comments or threats of a neighbor made you and your dogs prisoners in your own home?

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SKIN PROBLEMS? Easily solved with Natural Remedies

Skin problems are unfortunately very common in all breeds. The skin being truly the largest organ in the body, is in fact the easiest way for the body to eliminate toxins. We have been conditioned by the medical establishment that when we see any skin abnormality, it is to be viewed as troublesome and unsightly and must be...

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UNDERSTANDING DOG FOOD LABELS

No doubt you read the labels on foods you eat. The labels contain basic information about the item, including its calories, nutrient content, and ingredients. Dog food labels are no different, and you should be able to explain what they mean to your customers.

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OH, NO! FLEAS!

A major concern for dog and cat owners at during the summer months of the year is FLEAS! Controlling fleas is easier if you only have a light infestation.

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NOTES ON BLOAT OR TORSION TWIST

You have probably heard the term bloat or torsion twist mentioned in a death of a dog sometime or another. These unfortunate situations kill many dogs every year. Any dog can bloat, however it is more common in larger and more deep chested breeds. Dogs that are older have twice a much risk as dogs who are younger. My own a...

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PET PRECAUTIONS: SUMMER & SEASONAL CELEBRATIONS Part One of Two

Different seasons bring different concerns for all pets. The hot weather air, dryness, and other challenges complicate life for all the different species and especially those pampered pets. Here is a partial listing of tips and considerations. Part One: HEAT, GROOMING NEEDS, WEEDS, PARASITES, BBQ�S Part Two: VEHIC...

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PET PRECAUTIONS: SUMMER & SEASONAL CELEBRATIONS Part 2

Part Two: VEHICLES & TRUCK BED PRECAUTIONS, TRAVEL & CAMPING, DOG BEACH & DOG PARK ADVENTURES, SNAKES, THUNDERSTORMS, OTHER HAZARDS, HAZARDOUS HOLIDAYS, Different seasons bring different concerns for all pets. The hot weather air, dryness, and other challenges complicate life for all the different species and especially th...

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PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF NATURAL THERAPIES

Holistic Medicine encompasses some of the oldest forms of medicine in the world i.e. herbs; homeopathy; glandulars; acupuncture etc. These forms of medicine are practiced predominately worldwide and exceed the use of conventional or western medicine as we know it here in North America. Science is now starting to catch up a...

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THE TRIANGLE OF SUCCESSFUL FLEA CONTROL

The yearly blues hits most pet owners during the summer months when the heat and humidity rise causing the flea population to rise. Every pet owner�s nightmare are those itchy welts on their bodies, not to mention the scratching, hair loss, smell, and tapeworms that plague their precious pets!

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EMF? Killers, Cancer, Early Death, Immune Weakener

EMF? Killers, Cancer, Early Death, Immune Weakener EMF stands for Electro-Magnetic-Fallout. It includes ALL forms of natural and un-natural wave form and static electricity. Our homes, cars, offices, and roadways are charged with low- and high-level electrical emissions. How much electrical radiation can we take before it ...

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