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Doggy Flatulence

14 Ways to Stop Doggy Flatulence

I’m sure we have all experienced our dog’s flatulence at one point or another. Isn’t it the worst when you have friends and family over and your dog clears the room? It’s time we put an end to that! Here are some ways to get your dog’s flatulence under control.The Proper FoodDo a little research […]

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My Dog Smells Like Fish

Why Does My Dog Smell Like Fish?

Dogs can develop an unpleasant smell in many ways, including rolling around in something, getting sprayed by a skunk, or from plain being dirty. These smells can be explained by dogs just being dogs, who have been known to eat feces, dead animals, and to roll around in similar things for reasons unknown. Their curiosity and playfulness […]

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All About Feet Chewing

Why Does My Dog Chew Their Feet?

Pet dogs are known for exhibiting funny behaviors that make us laugh. You can log onto any social media platform and find videos of dogs being cute, unusual, or extraordinary.  What some pet owners fail to realize however is that a few of the strange habits your dog has may not be quirks. Our dogs […]

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Dog Does Not Chew

Why Doesn’t My Dog Chew Their Food

As a dog owner, you’re always looking out for your do to make sure they are healthy or getting into things they shouldn’t be. Recently you may have noticed that your dog doesn’t usually chew their food and swallows it whole without chewing. This normally happens because your dog is eating their food in a […]

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Dog Worms

How to Tell If Your Dog Has Worms

One of the most common health issues for dogs is worms. Fortunately though, they are typically very treatable. Almost all dogs will end up getting some type of worms at some point, it’s more common than you may think! As long as they are treated as soon as you find out they have them. There […]

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16 Rules That Your Boxer Has Forced You To Follow

My boxer babies are my favorite things in the world and I absolutely love them. The other day I was thinking about everything I’ve taught them, but then I realized how much they’ve been “teaching” me. You’d be lying if you said none of these were true for you  #1: Are you ready for a hike? […]

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Signs Your Dog Needs To Go To The Vet

17 Signs Your Dog Needs To Go To The Vet

One of the hardest things about having a dog as a part of your family is that they can’t tell you when something is wrong. As a matter of fact, our pets will even sometimes hide their illnesses as a leftover survival instinct from their wild days — as a wild dog, being seen as […]

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17 Frozen Dog Treats That Any Pup Lover Can Make

Summer is one of the best times of the year, especially for those of us who only get warm weather for 3 months of the year.  It’s a time to get outside, get active and have a lot of fun. And it’s much easier to have fun when you can have your pet by your […]

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27 Reasons Why Dogs Improve Our Lives

Our dogs are part of our every day lives. So this Thanksgiving. we wanted to recognize and appreciate all of the specific reasons we’re thankful for our dogs.  We’re not just talking tail wags and sloppy kisses (though those things are great, too). We’re talking about the myriad ways — small and large — that […]

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America’s Most “Dog Happy” U.S. State – National Survey

Americans have a very special love affair with their dogs. From puppy day care to cuisine doggie bakeries, to “food trucks for dogs,” over the past decade, pet parents will spend an estimated $60.59 Billion on their dog (like ​on dog biscuits), according to the American Pet Products Association. But does this pampering also mean “emotional […]

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