Dogs Articles81: Getting Rid of Fleas and Ticks
Fleas and ticks are common problems to most pets. No matter how hard you try to keep their proper hygiene, there will still come a time that your pets will be infested by these bugs.
82: Why Your Dog Barks
Barking is a natural behavior for all dogs. Sometimes, however, a barking dog is a problem for his owner. A responsible dog owner cannot let his or her dog become a nuisance to others. Chronic barking puts both the dog and the owner at risk of complaints from disturbed neighbors.
83: Choosing The Right Dog Agility Equipment
Here are some useful tips that will help you in choosing the right kind of equipment to set up a comprehensive and effective agility course for your dog while giving you huge savings.
84: Important Facts about Dog Travel Supplies
A lot of important facts about dog travel supplies should really be kept in mind. These are not just mild issues but actually necessities especially for the health and welfare of your own pet.
85: Tips & Tricks on Using Doggles
"Wear sunglasses that block UV rays." Did you know that this sentence should also be applied to your pets? Doggles, also known as dog goggles or sun goggles, are protective eyewear particularly made for dogs. It can protect your four-legged friend’s eyes from debris, wind and other foreign objects that may cause irritation or infection. Read more.
86: Border Collies: The Shepherd’s Dog
Border Collies are an amazing breed with unique and distinct history.
87: Dog Travel Supplies Buying Tips
Dog travel is one of the most exciting activities for dogs yet the most exhausting task for the owner. This is due to the fact that dogs also have motion sickness and it is also annoying to bring along all the pet travel kits that is necessary. Dogs are the kind of pets that needs to be well-fed or else they will unstoppably bark and roam around feeling distressed.
88: Greyhound rescue
I have worked with dogs for most of my adult life, both in canine behaviour and in my capacity as a pet sitter. During that time many breeds have passed through my hands.
89: The Quintessential Chow Chow
The Chow Chow is a stockily built, muscular and medium-haired dog that belongs to the Non-Sporting group. You can recognize it by its large head that’s complemented by a broad flat skull, short muzz
90: The origins of the Chow Chow
Over 2000 or 3,000 years ago, the Chow Chow dog breed first came into existence. It is recognized as the most ancient breed in the world, dating farther back than the 11th century in China. In fact, h
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