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Frustrated by your dog’s barking?

Frustrated by your dog’s barking?

Frustrated by your dog’s barking? Here are some simple tricks to head off the behavior or taking the time to train the dog out of the behavior. Try these tips: Offer distractions. Bored dogs will be less prone to bark if they are given toys to play with. If your dog is barking due to outside noises, playing the TV or radio while you’re away can drown out those sounds. Keep your dog active. A tired dog is less likely to have a barking fit....

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Fleas Are More Then A Pain

Fleas Are More Then A Pain

Fleas are more than an irritation; they can cause a range of illnesses in dogs. The problem is that, unless they are allergic to flea saliva, dogs don’t always scratch when they have fleas. To complicate matters more, fleas are sly and great at hiding. So how can you determine if your dog has fleas? Know Where the Fleas Like to Gather The most common congregating spot for fleas is around the base of your dog’s tail and her lower...

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Tips for Your Pet to Live Longer

Tips for Your Pet to Live Longer

Everyone who has ever had a pet wishes just one thing — that they have a healthy and long life. Here are some tips that can help your pet do just that. FEED A HIGH QUALITY DIET Pets fed a high quality diet have a shiny hair coat, healthy skin, and bright eyes. A good diet can help care your pet’s immune system, help maintain their intestinal health, help increase their mental acuity, and help keep joints and muscles healthy. KEEP YOUR PET...

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Chlorine in Pools, Is it Safe for Pets

Chlorine in Pools, Is it Safe for Pets

As temperatures rise and a hairy creature’s thoughts turn to summer swimming, owners across the country are asking themselves: is it ok for my pet to take a dip in the family pool? People start to wonder if chlorine poisoning is possible in pets. Here’s what you need to know: Is Chlorine Toxic for Dogs and Cats? Pool water contains very dilute levels of chlorine, and is unlikely to cause chlorine poisoning in humans or animals. From a risk...

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Keep Dogs Safe and Cool at the Beach

Dogs love going to the beach, running in the sand, playing in the waves, and of course, chasing after a ball, and even the occasional kite. While it is fun for them and entertaining for us to watch, there are certain safety issues you need to know and ways to keep them safe and cool. Hydration Just as humans become dehydrated in the heat, dogs are even more at risk. Be sure to provide plenty of water and even provide something fun like frozen...

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Break Your Dogs Car Chasing Behavior

Use Safety Measures Consider a Hidden fence to help reinforce the idea that if the dog is un-monitored it will still be safe from the road. Monitor Outside Play Always try to keep and eye out the window and check here and there make sure your dog is safe, and away from harm. Attention and Exercise dogs are inclined to chase cars due to the pent-up energy, combined with the natural desire to chase. Giving your dog extra attention and plenty of...

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