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Chicken Dog Biscuits

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2 cups whole wheat flour 3/4 cup cornmeal 4 tablespoons vegetable oil 2 cups all-purpose flour 2 cups boiling chicken broth 10 tablespoons bacon bits

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Importance of Water for Dogs

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Dogs can become easily dehydrated. How to determine dehydration: A dog may be dehydrated even when drinking plenty of water due to medical problems, over-activity, heat or stress.  One way to

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Bean Treats for Dogs

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1 lb. ground turkey, uncooked 1/2 cup chicken broth 2/3 cup mashed black beans 2/3 cup cottage cheese Combine ground turkey and chicken broth in a

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How Can You Tell If Your Dog Has Diabetes?

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Most Common Diabetes is the most common hormonal disease in dogs.  Slightly more than one in four hundred dogs will develop diabetes (and the numbers are rising). Diabetes In Dogs Diabetes occurs in dogs when they lose

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Removing Ticks From Dogs

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Ticks do have a season in northern areas of the United States, but in the southern states they are around all year. A diseased tick will take 1-2 days to transmit

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Cheddar & Carrot Treats for Dogs

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1/2 cup cheddar cheese, shredded 1/4 cup (1/2stick) butter 1 jar, medium sized, baby food carrots 1 cup all-purpose flour 1/4 – 1/3 cup milk Melt cheese and

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How to Prevent Your Dog From Biting

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Dogs don’t come with guarantees.  Nearly every dog will bite (yes, even yours) given the right set of circumstances. You can reduce the chances that your dog will bite by following these simple steps. Get your

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How to Travel Safely With Your Dog

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Traveling with your dog can be fun for the both of you. There are several steps you should follow to also ensure that it is safe. Before you start the trip, visit your vet to make sure your pets’ vaccinations are up to date. You might also consider having your pet

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Traveling On A Plane With A Service Dog

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If your dog has not flown before, you want to do a practice trip. Go to the airport. Walk around. Walk up to the security. Ask the airport personnel if you can board a plane on the ground with your dog. Take a blanket with you

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How to Travel On A Plane With A Service Dog

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Traveling with a service dog requires some planning on your part. Whether you travel by car, bus, train, or airplane, you are allowed to take your service dog with you. It just requires some advanced planning. Call and make your

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