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Feb
14
2014

Common Canine Colds in the Winter

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When the mercury starts to drop and everyone around you starts getting sick, it can be a stressful time of year. Unfortunately, humans aren’t the only ones that are affected by colder weather. Rainy and snowy days affect our pooches in the same way they affect us. Sniffles, tiredness and common colds are risks for […]

Feb
13
2014

Dog Flu Outbreak

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We have all heard the expression “He’s as sick as a dog,” unfortunately; there is beginning to be some truth to it. Earlier this year veterinarians confirmed that Canine Influenza was spreading across dogs in different breeds of canines. The virus, which is contagious only among other dogs, has spread in years past, but this […]

Feb
11
2014

Wired vs. Wireless Invisible Pet Fences

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You want to keep your pets safe and sound while allowing them to enjoy the best quality of life possible. One way of doing this is to let them roam freely around your yard without the chance that they’ll dash off into the nearby street. Invisible pet fences are the ideal way to accomplish this, […]

Feb
10
2014

New Findings Discovered on the History of Dogs

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Originally, it was believed that modern domesticated dog evolved from tribes in Asia breeding and training Gray wolves. Somewhere near the Altai Mountains, where Russia, Kazakhstan and China come together near two main rivers, the tribes trained the wolves to hunt and protect their camps. However, new evidence has just been discovered that there may […]

Feb
7
2014

The Dangers of Doggie Poop

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No one likes dog waste, except for maybe other dogs. It’s unsightly, it stinks and it is a pollutant. Twenty years ago the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) labeled dog waste as a non-point pollutant, putting it in the same category as livestock bacteria, motor oil and insecticides. There are dangers to leaving dog waste lying […]

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