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How to Prevent Dog Urine From Killing Grass Naturally

By Ann Collins

So, you’ve noticed that your green lawn is turning brown and yellow? Though many reasons could cause this, your outdoors dog is most probably one of them.  Urine is known to kill grass, so unless the problem is treated, you’ll have those ugly patches all over your yard.  The good news, at least they’re not peeing […]

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The History of Dog Sledding [3 Major Facts]

By John Myers

Dogs have been loyal friends to the humankind throughout history. Numerous cultures even used them in herding, hunting, security, and transport. This meant the beginning of sledding that was only slightly different than today.  The places with harsh winters were where sledding began. Though winters were cold, they still had work to do and supplies […]

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How Tight Should a Dog’s Collar Be to Fit Properly?

By Ann Collins

Regardless of whether you have a puppy or a grown dog, a collar is essential. Though dogs look adorable wearing it, do you know how tight should a dog collar be? Collars are essential to show the identity of your dog as well as other important info. You may think that your indoor dog doesn’t […]

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Can You Use Human Shampoo on Dogs?

By Ann Collins

Some of us might grab the bottle of dish soap, or some might get the bottle of shampoo that they use on their own hair. Conventional thinking might lead us to the false conclusion that if using a bottle is safe enough for us to use, then it has to be perfectly safe for a […]

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Ran Out of Dog Food – What Do You Feed Instead?

By John Myers

So, it’s late, and you’re out of dog food? That’s probably when you notice the saddest look on your dog’s face. There’s no other solution but to try and find something to replace its favorite canned meals. Many things come to mind, but are they safe? You can always feed your pup with lunch leftovers, […]

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8 Steps on Learning How to Become a Professional Dog Groomer

By Ann Collins

The job of a groomer can be fun and unpredictable. It can be rewarding, especially if you love animals. Although this job may seem straightforward, it does have its fair share of demands and stressful moments. To be a professional groomer takes a lot of skill and patience. Not to mention the added pressure he […]

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Can My German Shepherd Eat Peanut Butter?

By John Myers

I’m sure you’ve seen it all over on social media. Pet owners giving their dogs a spoonful of peanut butter. I have to admit, it’s cute. Sometimes, we’ll surf all day and night looking for more videos of different dogs eating it. Before you decide whether or not you should do the same for your […]

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Does My Puppy Need a Lot of Love and Attention?

By John Myers

The day you bring your puppy home for the first time can be exciting and terrifying at the same time. Exciting because you’re introducing a new member to the family, but terrifying because you’re responsible for another living thing. You also have to keep in mind that this pet you just brought home, has been […]

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How Long Can a Puppy Survive Without Water?

By Ann Collins

Becoming the owner of a newborn puppy can be nerve-wracking. We tend to worry if the puppy is sleeping, eating, or drinking enough water each day and night. As pet owners, we want to make sure we are doing our parts to ensure that our puppies grow to have long and healthy lives. A popular […]

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