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  • There are around 570 goat breeds in the world, but only 69 of those are truly identified as "dairy breeds". Some of the best goats for milk include Saanen, Nubian, Alpine, Toggenburg, Sable and Nordic.

    25 Best Dairy Goat Breeds - Goats for Milk

    25 Best Dairy Goat Breeds - Goats for Milk

    by Sherry Haynes2

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  • Impulse control games should be fun and pressure-free activities for dogs and their owners. A gradual, lighthearted approach is important to ensure your dog doesn't get frustrated in the process and that you don't feel pressured in attaining quick results.

    10 Impulse Control Games for Dogs

    10 Impulse Control Games for Dogs

    by Adrienne Farricelli8

  • German Shepherds are susceptible to a variety of health issues—some are related to breeding practices. Learn about some of their common stomach issues.

    5 Common German Shepherd Stomach Problems

    5 Common German Shepherd Stomach Problems

    by Sam Shepards65

  • If you are looking for an assistance dog or a pet for emotional support, German Shepherd's make for great therapy dogs. Here we'll cover essential traits, training, and certification.

    German Shepherd Therapy Dogs

    German Shepherd Therapy Dogs

    by Sam Shepards2

  • Here is how to find out if the fish in your freshwater aquarium are stressed out. Stress leads to death, so watch for these signs and learn how to help your fish live long, happy, peaceful lives.

    10 Signs of Stress in Tropical Fish

    10 Signs of Stress in Tropical Fish

    by Eric Dockett0

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  • This article discusses seven key principles every puppy owner needs to be aware of in order to obtain maximum benefit from the pet training process.

    7 Puppy Training Essentials

    7 Puppy Training Essentials

    by Michael Duncan1

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  • Many dogs shake their toys during play, and dog owners often wonder about what's going on in their dog's brain when they do that. What gives? To better understand the behavior, it helps to take a closer look into a dog's past history.

    Why Do Dogs Shake Their Toys?

    Why Do Dogs Shake Their Toys?

    by Adrienne Farricelli12

  • When the heat goes up, dog owners look for ways to keep their canines cool. Those with long-haired or thick-coated dogs may consider shaving that coat off in an effort to keep them cooler. However, shaving a dog may not always help them to cope with heat, in some breeds, it can make matters worse.

    Should I Shave My Dog's Coat in Summer to Keep Them Cool?

    Should I Shave My Dog's Coat in Summer to Keep Them Cool?

    by Sophie Jackson4

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