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Tips and Advice of Dental Care for Your Dog

Brushing your dog’s teeth serves substantially more than simply keeping your dog’s breath clean, it likewise serves to keep your dog’s wellbeing fit as a fiddle also. Gum illness is genuinely regular in many dogs, as the vast majority don’t even consider brushing their mutt’s teeth. On the off chance that individuals did brush their […]

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Why Does My Dog Get Hiccups (And How to Fix it)

​As humans, we experience hiccups quite a lot of times in our life. It’s a normal bodily function, even though most of us don’t understand why it happens. But there is one thing in common in all of our mentalities: we don’t think hiccups are dangerous or that they indicate something. They just happen.But when […]

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20 Husky Mixes That Are Incredibly Cute

If you’re like most dog lovers, you probably love Siberian Huskies. You may not like how big they are or how much they shed though. What’s the solution then? How about a mix! There are plenty of husky mixed breeds so I picked out my favorite to share! Huskamute. Husky Malamute MixHusky isn’t big enough for you? […]

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12 Reasons Your Dog is Shaking Their Head

All dogs shake their heads from time to time — it’s their response to any little irritation of the ears, cheeks or general head area. We’re all familiar with that goofy, jowl-shaking, ear-flopping shake. But when it becomes more than just an occasional thing and presents itself as repetitive behavior, that’s probably a cause for […]

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Why is My Dog Drinking More Lately

10 Reasons Your Dog is Drinking More Water

Most dogs need about an ounce of water per pound of body weight. Most dogs are messy drinkers, so it’s hard to tell exactly how much water is making it to their mouths and how much they’re actually ingesting.  Polydipsia is the medical term referring to an increased level of thirst in dogs. Dogs who […]

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Dog Ate Chicken Bone

Dogs and Chicken Bones

You’ve probably heard it a million times before–you can’t give dogs chicken bones, but have you ever considered why? Out in the wild, wolves and coyotes, and yes, stray dogs will often kill a chicken and might chew or eat the bones too. If the behavior is okay for wild animals, what is the harm […]

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Why Does My Dog Chew Sticks

Why Do Dogs Chew Sticks?

You’ve probably noticed that your dog loves sticks. As soon as you pick one up, he’s alert and ready to run. You’ve seen your dog lay outside chewing on sticks for hours, not caring about anything else in the world, but have you ever wondered why does my dog eat sticks?Dogs love to chew on […]

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Dog is Licking My Feet

Why Does My Dog Lick My Feet?

Have you ever come home from work, take off your shoes and socks, and relaxed on the couch only to have your dog snuggle up to your legs and begin licking your feet? This odd and uncomfortable behavior may be one you want to train out of your dog, but before you do, you should […]

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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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