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Tips to Introduce Your Second Fur buddy

Tips to Introduce Your Second Fur buddy

Tips to Introduce Your Second Fur buddy

Are you ready to pay more vet bills, get some extra food, buy more toys, more poop to scoop? Because that’s what you would do when you will bring another fur buddy at your home. After weeks of planning and brainstorming on which dog will make the best buddy to your first dog and fits

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Dog Poop Service for Condo

An Ultimate Guide for You to Become Responsible Dog Owner

Thinking of having a dog pet at home? Have you prepared yourself and your family members to treat that new family pet member in a good way? Not completely ready yet? Don’t worry, we have got you covered! Small pup or big smart fur buddy, no matter what you bring to your home, you have

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dogs in summers

Quick Tips to Keep Your Canine Buddy Cool on Hot Days

While you have an option of devouring chilled smoothies and enjoying pool parties on sultry hot days, your canine companion is not so lucky for that matter. The dog pets also need some relaxation when the mercury starts to rise. In general, the dogs with short coats like beagles, chihuahuas, and dalmatians can do better

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How Police Dogs get training for Several Activities?

How Police Dogs get training for Several Activities?

Dogs can be more than becoming a faithful fur buddy. They surprise us by being productive and doing new things every day. While dogs are the great emotional supporters, we can also rely on them as our strong security canines. Well, who does not know about the police dogs and their grand valour stories? Those

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5 Steps to Keep your Dog happy and busy during Quarantine

With the world going through the lockdown because of Coronavirus, everyone is slightly discouraged and feeling disconnected. We all have been thinking in this everything shut down period about how to stay physically fit and mentally sane. But only humans aren’t the ones stuck in this situation. Our pets are feeling the same way and

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Dog Health and Well Being

Innovations in Dog Health and Well Being

Our love towards our fur buddies is eternal and we cannot let anything comes in between this great bond. So, when it comes to good health and care of our pets, we have to be much cautious in everything they do. Pet technology has seen significant industry growth in recent years and now pet owners

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Anxiety in dogs

Learn About Separation Anxiety in Dogs

Separation anxiety is a real problem faced by dogs as well as their owners. In simple terms, this refers to the dogs acting out when they fear their guardians are about to leave them to go outside. Many families that have adopted a new pet during the Covid-19 lockdown order will face this issue when

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aggressive dog

Curbing Food Aggression in Your Dogs

Food aggression can be roughly defined as aggressive and possessive behavior of dogs with regards to food. This behavior can include growling, biting, snarling, etc and can lead to very violent behavior in your dog if this is left unchecked. Many dogs have canine possession aggression and food aggression is part of that. If proper

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dog with arthritis

How to Help Your Dog Who Has Arthritis

We know it is tough to see our dogs get old and start to show signs of aging in their day to day routine. However, what do you do when your dog develops arthritis? This disease can limit the mobility of our dogs as well as cause them a lot of pain in the joints

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first-aid kits for dogs

How to Make a First-Aid Kit for Dogs

We all have first aid kits in our homes that contain some basic things like an antiseptic solution, cotton, bandages, etc to help us out in situations where we may get minor injuries at home. Just like us, our four-legged companions can get hurt playing around the house too. So, every responsible and caring dog

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