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All you need to know about dog allergies

All you need to know about dog allergies

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Skin allergies (also called allergic dermatitis) are a very common problem in dogs. Allergies are an overreaction of the immune system to normal or common substances. These ...

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Tips for a spectacular Halloween with your dog.

Tips for a spectacular Halloween with your dog.

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Time to dress up your dog in his best vampire, werewolf or zombie outfit ’cause it’s Howloween! Just in time for this frightful holiday, we’ve got the scoop on tips to keep your ...

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How to manage dog allergies

How to manage dog allergies

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When your pooch paws, chews, licks and scratches like a mad dog, it doesn’t always mean he’s suffering from a swift attack from menacing invisible pixies, and by pixies we don’t ...

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Dog’s Nails Trimming Guide

Dog’s Nails Trimming Guide

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Dog’s toenails grow constantly, making it necessary to regularly clip them, just as you do yours. Here’s everything you need to know about being your dog’s personal manicurist! ...

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Dog teeth brushing tips you should know about

Dog teeth brushing tips you should know about

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More than 80 percent of dogs 3 years old and older suffer from periodontal disease. Dental problems can make eating painful and cause bleeding and infection.Furthermore, ...

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Preparing to Fly With Your Dog

Preparing to Fly With Your Dog

Before you hit the skies with your favorite pooch, make sure you have everything on our checklist to ensure that you and your furry buddy have a safe and happy flight.1. ...

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A Grave Situation: Dog-Friendly Cemeteries

A Grave Situation: Dog-Friendly Cemeteries

Should dogs be allowed to run free in cemeteries, or are graveyards no place for a dog park?In July the city of Concord, N.H., banned dogs from cemeteries, and 61 percent of ...

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Dog Safety Tips for Elevators, Escalators and Revolving Doors

Dog Safety Tips for Elevators, Escalators and Revolving Doors

If you like to bring your dog along when you travel or run errands, you’ve probably encountered elevators, escalators and perhaps revolving doors. All three can pose safety ...

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Introducing Off-Leash Play While Training Your Dog

Introducing Off-Leash Play While Training Your Dog

Fence training refers to teaching your dog to remain within a contained space and not run or jump out of it, even when excited. There are several wireless/invisible fences ...

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