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No Bones About It – Bones Unsafe For Dogs

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Bones are unsafe for dogs.  They are dangerous to dogs and can even kill them.  Here are the top seven reasons why a dog should NEVER eat a bone. 1.      Bones can splinter and cause mouth or tongue injuries. 2.      Bones can get

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Arthritis Help for Dogs

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Did you know that approximately 20% of dogs over the age of five will suffer from arthritis?  How can you tell if your dog is one of them? The signs of arthritis in dogs are:

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Hosting A Party For Your Dog

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Preparation is the key to having a successful party for your dog and the dog’s friends.  Hosting the party can be great fun and the pictures you take will always be there for later laughs. Your

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Dog Park Etiquette

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Before you take your dog to a new dog park, visit it yourself alone (without a dog).  Examine for cleanliness, safety (good fences), and adequate supply of fresh water.  Go to the park during

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Food Allergies In Dogs

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Food allergies may be difficult to identify.  The symptoms of allergies in dogs are easy to mistake for other conditions. The symptoms of food allergies are:

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Reading a Dog Food Label – What You Don’t Know Could Kill Your Dog

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You want to feed your diabetic dog safe and nutritious foods.  With all the commercial dog foods on that market; how can you tell what is best? Learning to read a pet food label is not always easy.  All those labels with words you can’t

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Meatloaf For Dogs

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Things You’ll Need: 1 ½ pounds ground turkey 1 egg 1 cup milk ½ cup shredded or finely chopped vegetables (carrots, broccoli, green beans, corn, potatoes, squash or zucchini) 1 cup dried bread

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Foods That Can Kill Your Dog

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Your dog may be a part of your family; just like your child.  And as your furry child, it is your responsibility to feed them only foods that are good for them.  Many foods that humans eat, can make your dog

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Why Do Dogs Roll In Stinky Stuff?

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Your dog has rolled in something dead and stinky; animal carcasses, feces, or other decaying material.  And then they come up to you and want to be petted.  Yuck!  That is that last thing

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Cheesy Dog Biscuits

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1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour 1 1/4 cups cheddar cheese, grated 1/4 pound margarine — corn oil 1/4 cup Milk — or as needed Grate the

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