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How to Inject Insulin in Your Dog

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Giving your beloved pet insulin for the first time can be scary. Knowing how to do it properly can take the fear away and decrease the pain of the event for both you and your dog.. Follow these

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Benefits Of Adopting A Dog

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It today’s hectic society of go go go, perhaps it is time to slow down and adopt a dog. For sure dogs are cute and soft, but did you know that owning a dog can improve your health and may

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Training Your Dog To Stop Jumping On You Or Others

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Before you change any behavior in your dog it is best that you know the reasoning behind it. Why does your dog jump on you? a.       It is a form of play b.      It is an attempt at dominance

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When To Not Adopt A Dog

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A puppy or dog is nearly irresistible. Their liquid eyes, wagging tails. How can you not take one home? There are times, when adopting a dog is not a good idea.

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Bathing Your Dog

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Bathing need not be a difficult situation for either you or your dog. In fact my pair of dogs just love their bath time. How often you bathe your  dog actually depends on their breed. If the dog is hairy like a retriever, then the dog needs to be bathed at least every two months.  […]

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Tips For First Time Dog Owners

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Thinking about getting a dog? Worried that you haven’t thought this through completely? If you have never had a dog before there is a great deal to think about. If you share your home with someone else, do they want a dog too? Everyone in the family must really

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Carob Treats for Dogs

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These are very rich treats.  Serve in only small amounts to your dog. 6 cups flour 1/8 cup peanut oil 1/8 cup butter

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Building a Dog House

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Buying a dog house is expensive.  A good outside dog house can easily cost $300.  If you build yourself, you can put it together for around a $100

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14 Steps To Avoiding A Dog Bite

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Nearly 2% of the U.S. population will be bitten by a dog a year.  Sixteen percentage of these people will need medical attention.  And thirty people will die from dog bite in the last year.  Avoiding a dog bite is important.

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My Dog Has Diabetes! What’s Do I Do?

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Your veterinarian has told you that your dog has diabetes.  Well, you are not alone.  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). For many of us, our dogs are much more

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