Pets And Animal Articles
  • All Dog Foods Are Not The Same
  • by Pauly Delricco
  • Your dog's health and wellbeing is important to you and your family. Not to mention keeping down the cost of veterinarian bills! So you need to carefully consider the food that you give your dog. People sometimes just pick the first dog food bag they see at the store. It's easy to overlook the importance of dog food but it is essential to pick the right one for your dog.
  • Where Do You Buy Your Puppy?
  • by Riza Humpton
  • You will understand the behavior and the level of intelligence of your dog when you know the how it is raised by their breeder.
  • Dog Fleas: Fido's Pesky Little Friends
  • by Alex Jacob
  • When summer comes around, so do fleas -- those little creatures that can make your dog's life (and yours) miserable. There are things you can do to minimize the chances of flea infestation and other measures you can take if they have already invaded your home.
  • Can You Really Teach An Old Dog New Tricks... Also, Dog Owner Invents Training Techniques
  • by Aiden Gavin
  • I received a surprise Christmas present last year in the form of a 4 year old female shepherd mix that my wife and daughter decided I needed to replace my long time pet who had to be put down last summer. She really is a beautiful dog, but the shelter fibbed to us when they said she was good with other dogs and cats. She has been rather aggressive with them. We are 6 months into this relationship now and she is much better.
  • How to Avoid Buying Pets from a Bad Dog Breeder?
  • by Riza Humpton
  • Knowing the history of your new puppy will tell you how it is raised and behaved. If you want to have a happy and healthy pet then you should know about its history before purchasing it.
  • When Your Dog Starts To Sneeze
  • by Justas Kanskis
  • Indeed, there are many things that both the dogs and the dog owners could have in common. For example, both dogs and dog owners could be prone to obesity if not regulating food intake and by not exercising.
  • How To Successfully Look After And Love Husky Puppies
  • by Christopher Brayden
  • Siberian Husky Puppies are known as one of the most loving, playful, devoted animals families could obtain. While some dogs can be left to themselves to entertain themselves for long periods, this breed is not one of them. Husky owners may get a bit angry with the dog at times, until they understand the unique side of this amazing animal.
  • How To House Train Your Dog Effectively
  • by Alex Jacob
  • House training is one of the most important parts of training any dog to be a valued part of the family. As with many other aspects of dog training, the best way to house train a dog is to use the dog's own nature to your benefit.
  • The Scruffy Little Hunter Dog: Border Terrier
  • by Brandon Devin
  • The Border terrier got its name from the area called Cheviot Hills, which is actually near the border of England and Scotland. This is where these dogs were made to attack and terminate predatory foxes.
  • Dog Grooming Helps Promote Good Dog Health
  • by Christopher Brayden
  • Just like a shiny head of hair means good health for us humans, a shiny coat of fur on a dog means your dog is in good health. In fact, a nice, lustrous coat of fur is one of the strongest indicators that your pooch is enjoying good dog health. Proper dog grooming is important in promoting good dog health.
  • The Raw Dog Diet
  • by Danny Trevino
  • Have you ever wondered why dog food comes in this huge bag filled with tiny kibbles of compressed unknown ingredients? Much of what goes into dog food is not high-quality in nature. Blood meal, bone meal, and fat frequently come from animal carcasses containing potentially harmful drugs or disease. Is it time to consider something better for your dog's diet?
  • The Dog Of The Highlands: West Highland White Terrier
  • by Jack Parker
  • At around 1700s, the Isle of Skye and other highlands in Scotland were already producing lots of small terriers. Scottish breeds were separated into two: the Skye terriers and the Dandie Dinmont terriers.
  • The Black Dog Still Barks
  • by John Hunter
  • At first glance, it appears that he was born with all the advantages. Certainly he was born into wealth and prominence. He was, after all, born at Blenheim Palace and was a descendant of John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough. He has a politician-father, Lord Randolph, the third son of the 7th Duke of Marlborough.
  • Understanding Dog Fleas: How Fleas Breed & Affect Your Dog's Health
  • by Justas Kanskis
  • Fleas belong to the insect order Siphonaptera. They are common pests and may attack many mammals, including man. They can be a year round problem because they infest not only pets but also the home of the owner. Because of this, treatment of the pet alone may only temporarily solve a flea infestation.
  • New Designer Dog Breed - The Roodle
  • by Matthew Connor
  • Celebrities like Paris Hilton may carry their dogs in their Gucci handbags, accessorized to the glittering collar. But the recent trend in designer dogs seems to suggest that everyday people are catching this unfortunate trend.
  • Consider All Dog Training Options
  • by Pauly Delricco
  • It's not so much the kind of obedience training you do with your dog, but actually doing any training. Most of the dogs in your neighborhood or the dogs owned by your family and friends are probably not trained well, if at all. Isn't that alone a reason to train your dog better?
  • Proper Diet For Your Dog
  • by Pauly Delricco
  • The dietary regimen is an important aspect of survival. The objective of dietary management is to meet the basic nutritional requirements of the individual with proper proportions of protein, carbohydrates, and fat in a well-balanced diet that will promote optimal body weight.
  • Dog Allergies: What to Do If You Are Allergic to Your Dog
  • by Aiden Gavin
  • Are you a pet owner who thinks that you may be allergic to your dog? If you are, you may be looking for guidance. After all, there is nothing worse than realizing that you are allergic to your beloved pet or pets.
  • Dog Training Tips: Things I've Learned About Agility Dog Training
  • by Brandon Devin
  • I've owned many dogs, throughout my life, but have never known exactly how to train them properly. I based my training on punishment and just couldn't figure out why that didn't work that well. But, almost two years ago, I started training my Papillon for agility competition. She was extremely high-drive and I knew she'd really love it.
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