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  • Learn how to train Alaskan malamute dogs from puppyhood up to adulthood. Simple logical ways that can be used for a mal of any age.

    How to Train Alaskan Malamute Dogs

    How to Train Alaskan Malamute Dogs

    by Audrey Kirchner19

  • Recognizing the symptoms of intestinal blockages in dogs is important considering that blockages are a serious problem that may lead to death when left untreated. Learn the warning symptoms of a potential intestinal blockage in dogs and when to see the vet.

    7 Symptoms of Intestinal Blockage in Dogs

    7 Symptoms of Intestinal Blockage in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli824

  • It's the most dreaded appointment a dog owner must eventually endure, and nothing may be more disconcerting than seeing a dog in pain during euthanasia. This article explains dog euthanasia pain.

    Understanding Dog Pain During Euthanasia

    Understanding Dog Pain During Euthanasia

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli52

  • Two years without my Griffin, I'm still trying to analyze what it is about this dog that is squeezing my heart. I am torn between so many good memories and so much sadness from missing him.

    Why Can't I Get Over My Dog's Death?

    Why Can't I Get Over My Dog's Death?

    by Audrey Kirchner141

  • If your dog is constantly licking their feet, there may be an underlying health issue. Learn the causes and treatments to help give your pup relief and prevent them from licking their paws raw.

    9 Reasons Why Your Dog Keeps Licking Their Paws

    9 Reasons Why Your Dog Keeps Licking Their Paws

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli66

  • Are you looking for a dog and plan on letting him sleep on your bed? Pictures, videos, and great descriptions of great breeds that do not stink will help you make the best choice.

    Seven Dog Breeds That Won't Stink Up Your House

    Seven Dog Breeds That Won't Stink Up Your House

    by Dr Mark24

  • Learn to successfully potty train your puppy or adult dog in as little as seven days. Your dog will be able to hold it until he or she is at their approved "potty spot."

    How to Potty Train a Dog in 7 Days

    How to Potty Train a Dog in 7 Days

    by Kate Daily6

  • Trying to get your dog to behave in the car can be challenging. Here is a simple technique that is painless to help you enjoy the ride.

    How to Get Dogs to Behave in the Car

    How to Get Dogs to Behave in the Car

    by Audrey Kirchner13

  • A bleeding tail tip on a dog is often the result of a condition called "happy tail." This occurs when the dog's tail tip hits hard objects repeatedly in its surrounding environment. Find out what may have caused your dog's tail to bleed and what you can do about it.

    When Your Dog Injures the Tip of Its Tail: A Simple, Homemade Remedy

    When Your Dog Injures the Tip of Its Tail: A Simple, Homemade Remedy

    by Deb Kingsbury20

  • Several fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, condiments, additives, and drugs are toxic to domestic pets. Some harm only dogs, others only cats, and several are poisonous to both. Following is a list of potentially problematic foods that should be kept in a safe place where a curious, inquisitive pet cannot access them and harm itself.

    40+ Foods and Drinks That Are Poisonous or Unhealthy for Dogs and Cats

    40+ Foods and Drinks That Are Poisonous or Unhealthy for Dogs and Cats

    by Schatzie Speaks39

  • Learn how to stop a dog from chasing cats through positive reinforcement training. This method requires some patience, but you'll reap the rewards if you are consistent and have good timing.

    How to Stop a Dog From Chasing Cats

    How to Stop a Dog From Chasing Cats

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli7

  • A personal protection dog is trained to guard you at all times. Not all dogs are suited for this job, and not all dogs should even be asked to do this job. Find out if personal protection training is right for your dog, and how to go about it.

    How to Train a Dog for Personal Protection

    How to Train a Dog for Personal Protection

    by Dr Mark35

  • This is how we started our journey raising our Corgi, Parker! In this article, I'll talk about how we went about selecting a Corgi and bringing her home, and how we began her training and care.

    Why We Chose a Corgi and How We Trained Our Puppy

    Why We Chose a Corgi and How We Trained Our Puppy

    by ToriM4

  • A pet's death is a difficult but inevitable part of being a pet owner. Learn useful tips for coping with the loss and for supporting your friends in their time of grief.

    How to Deal With the Death of a Pet

    How to Deal With the Death of a Pet

    by Deborah Neyens63

  • How to cope with losing a pet. When our pet dies, it is a heartrending and devastating experience. Read on to discover and utilize solid strategies for coping with the loss of a pet.

    How to Cope With Losing a Pet: The Day My Dog Died

    How to Cope With Losing a Pet: The Day My Dog Died

    by Leonard Tillerman21

  • Learn effective vet-approved natural remedies to relieve your dog's stomach problems at home. Find an easy-to-make bland diet recipe for your pup that you can make with food from your kitchen's pantry!

    Vet-Approved Home Remedies for Upset Stomachs in Dogs

    Vet-Approved Home Remedies for Upset Stomachs in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli362

  • Are you looking for a cat-friendly dog? Do you want to know which breeds of dogs or cats are most likely to get along? Here's a list of five great dog breeds that like and get along with cats, a list of three dog-friendly cats, and a list of dogs that are less likely to love cats.

    Five Dog Breeds That Like and Are Good With Cats

    Five Dog Breeds That Like and Are Good With Cats

    by Dr Mark97

  • Is coconut oil healthy for animals? Is it even healthy for humans? Let's talk about which facts are backed by science versus those purely backed by anecdotal evidence. Here's the truth about giving coconut oil to pets.

    Coconut Oil for Dogs and Cats: The Good and the Bad

    Coconut Oil for Dogs and Cats: The Good and the Bad

    by Melissa A Smith61

  • Surprisingly, many of America’s favorite dog breeds also top the list of dogs with the best sense of smell. Meet the superstars of scent and discover the amazing careers their noses lead them to.

    10 Dog Breeds With the Best Sense of Smell

    10 Dog Breeds With the Best Sense of Smell

    by Solaras15

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  • We all know that smell. When it starts heating up, the smell of dog pee and poo tends to really stand out. It's enough to ruin the experience of being in the back yard. Learn how to get rid of pet odor naturally in the yard once and for all.

    How to Get Rid of Dog Pee Smell in the Back Yard Naturally

    How to Get Rid of Dog Pee Smell in the Back Yard Naturally

    by Layne Holmes2

  • Some causes of vomiting can be treated at home, while others require medical attention. If your dog is otherwise healthy, try these natural, vet-approved home remedies to soothe their upset stomach.

    Effective Home Remedies for Vomiting Dogs

    Effective Home Remedies for Vomiting Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli345

  • How do you train a dog to herd when you do not have another dog for it to learn from? This is a question I struggled with after I got a new puppy specifically to help herd our goats. While I trained her, I picked up a few strategies that worked well to hone her natural herding instincts.

    Tips for Training a Herd Dog

    Tips for Training a Herd Dog

    by Heidi Wahlstrom2

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  • Owning a dog can make your life amazing and frustrating. Puppies can be difficult to train, but it's hard not to love them. So how long do dogs live and what are the benefits they provide to their owners? In this article, we'll discuss the lifespan of a dog and five scientific benefits.

    The Average Lifespan of a Dog and 5 Benefits of Having One

    The Average Lifespan of a Dog and 5 Benefits of Having One

    by James Livingood0

  • When you first see a Papillon dog, you may dismiss them as fluffy little lightweights. Behind the scenes, Papillons rule the earth. Move over . . . Papillons pull the real strings around here.

    The Papillon:  A Guide to Being Owned by One

    The Papillon: A Guide to Being Owned by One

    by Marcy J. Miller9

  • German Shepherds come in different coat varieties. Here we'll have a closer look at double and single-coat types.

    Double-Coated German Shepherds

    Double-Coated German Shepherds

    by Sam Shepards3

  • Are you looking for a low-maintenance breed of dog? Here are five dog breeds that all need basic care, but are also good at taking care of themselves.

    Five Great Low-Maintenance Dog Breeds

    Five Great Low-Maintenance Dog Breeds

    by Dr Mark36

  • Looking for a large dog? Do you live in a small apartment? Finding your new best friend starts here with photos, videos, and descriptions of the six best large dog breeds for apartment living.

    Six Best Large Dog Breeds for an Apartment

    Six Best Large Dog Breeds for an Apartment

    by Dr Mark5

  • A dog that barks when left alone is not only a problem requiring attention but also a potential noise issue or nuisance for neighbors. This may lead them to call animal control.

    How to Deal With Dogs That Bark When Left Alone

    How to Deal With Dogs That Bark When Left Alone

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli8

  • Hostas, poinsettias, and lilies are just a few plants that are poisonous to dogs. Here is a list of the most common plants and flowers that could harm your pet, and what to do if your dog is poisoned.

    Dangerous Plants to My Dogs

    Dangerous Plants to My Dogs

    by Angela Michelle Schultz26

  • Is your dog's third eyelid showing? Learn the main functions of the dog's nictitating membrane and some common and not-so-common causes of the dog's third eyelid protrusion.

    Why Is My Dog's Third Eyelid Showing?

    Why Is My Dog's Third Eyelid Showing?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli47

  • What dental bones are best for your dog? Your dog's teeth need the right types of bones to keep them in good shape and prevent the harmful accumulation of plaque. Let's see what vets recommend.

    The Best  Bones for Cleaning Dog's Teeth

    The Best Bones for Cleaning Dog's Teeth

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli10

  • If you're looking for a new puppy for your family or children, you will want to avoid the 10 dogs that are known to be aggressive, mean, and potentially dangerous. This article will break down the dog breeds shown to be the most aggressive, based on their results in temperament tests.

    10 Most Aggressive Dog Breeds: Temperament Ratings and Information

    10 Most Aggressive Dog Breeds: Temperament Ratings and Information

    by Sheila Brown239

  • Does your dog keep licking his lips or nose repeatedly? Does it look like he's just licking the air? There are several medical and behavioral causes for lip smacking—some benign and some serious.

    Why Does My Dog Keep Licking His Lips Excessively?

    Why Does My Dog Keep Licking His Lips Excessively?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli55

  • In this article, we will look into some simple puppy training steps that you can take in order to ensure your pet is well-equipped and can look forward to a viable and enjoyable future.

    Simple Rules for Training a Puppy

    Simple Rules for Training a Puppy

    by Michael-Duncan0

  • A guard dog can protect your family when no one else is around. These are the five best breeds for a family, plus photos, videos, and detailed descriptions of why they're perfect for homes with kids.

    Five Best Family Guard Dog Breeds

    Five Best Family Guard Dog Breeds

    by Dr Mark18

  • Is there a fishy smell lingering, and does your dog now have a swollen anus? If so, your dog may have some anal gland problems. Here are some home remedies.

    Some Dog Anal Gland Remedies

    Some Dog Anal Gland Remedies

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli18

  • Rawhide chews and bones are popular, but are they safe or bad for your dog? Learn which rawhide bones are better than others and some alternative treat choices.

    Is Rawhide Safe or Bad for Dogs?

    Is Rawhide Safe or Bad for Dogs?

    by Alison Graham8

  • Oh, you lucky dog—you've got a McNab puppy. Be ready for the ultimate puppy experience, complete with scary-smart behavior, utter happiness, high energy, tons of spunk and just enough naughtiness!

    Information About a McNab Puppy

    Information About a McNab Puppy

    by Marcy J. Miller53

  • Do you know how to breed your dog? This article will tell you the signs to watch for, what you need to do in preparation, and how to handle the breeding procedure.

    How to Breed Your Female Dog Successfully

    How to Breed Your Female Dog Successfully

    by Dr Mark92

  • A doggy diaper can help with house training, females in heat, incontinent older dogs, and other short-term situations. This is what you need to consider when buying dog diapers

    Things to Consider When Buying Dog Diapers

    Things to Consider When Buying Dog Diapers

    by Alison Graham26

  • Are you wondering if there is a natural remedy for your dog's upset stomach? Then you don't want to miss this article! Here are some very simple and effective ways to help you manage your dog's health holistically.

    Natural Remedies for Your Dog's Upset Stomach

    Natural Remedies for Your Dog's Upset Stomach

    by India Arnold42

  • Have you ever wondered if your dog loves you? The bond of the owner with the dog explains a lot behind dog behavior. If you find that some of these don't apply, don't worry! Tips are provided to give your pet the best possible life (and become the person your dog loves).

    12 Signs Your Dog Loves You and How To Be The Person Your Dog Loves

    12 Signs Your Dog Loves You and How To Be The Person Your Dog Loves

    by James Livingood0

  • Interesting in learning some fascinating dog ear facts? Learn more about your dog's ears, how they work and how your dog perceives the world through them.

    30 Fascinating Facts About Dog Ears

    30 Fascinating Facts About Dog Ears

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli5

  • Joint pain in dogs often has the same causes and treatments as our own. Learn what will help senior dogs with arthritis and how to recognize the signs of arthritis in dogs.

    Signs of Arthritis in Dogs

    Signs of Arthritis in Dogs

    by Kaili Bisson28

  • Studies reveal a new and proven inexpensive treatment for hemangiosarcoma in dogs, a type of cancer that does not typically respond well to chemotherapy. This potent therapeutic treatment does not require a prescription and can be administered at home.

    Dog Hemangiosarcoma: Proven New Treatments That Prolong Life

    Dog Hemangiosarcoma: Proven New Treatments That Prolong Life

    by Solaras76

  • Should you neuter your dog or not? There is more evidence that neutering may increase the chances for certain health disorders, yet the pet overpopulation problem cannot be denied. What to do? Read what the experts say for an informed decision.

    Should Male Dogs Be Neutered? To Neuter or Not to Neuter?

    Should Male Dogs Be Neutered? To Neuter or Not to Neuter?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli18

  • There are many greyhounds dogs and some Greyhound puppies in the rescue centers in need of a good home. If you are thinking of adopting a large dog, why not consider giving a retired racing Greyhound a home? Here's what you should know before adopting greyhounds.

    Adoption of Retired Racing Greyhounds as Pets

    Adoption of Retired Racing Greyhounds as Pets

    by L M Reid4

  • It is not uncommon for two dogs to fight over an owner's attention. What causes this type of issue, and how can it be solved? Learn more about dogs fighting over owners.

    Dealing With Two Dogs Fighting Over the Owner

    Dealing With Two Dogs Fighting Over the Owner

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli14

  • What should you do if your dog ate d-Con mouse poison or Tomcat rat bait? Take her to the vet immediately! Learn how rat poison affects your dog and what the vet will do to help your dog survive.

    What Should I Do If My Dog Ate Rat Poison?

    What Should I Do If My Dog Ate Rat Poison?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli43

  • Seeing blood in your dog's stool can be scary. If your dog is pooping blood, it's important to learn how to recognize the difference between fresh blood and digested blood in your dog's stool.

    16 Causes of Blood in Dog Stool

    16 Causes of Blood in Dog Stool

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli562

  • Ear infections in dogs are so common that about 16% of dogs that go into the vet are dealing with this problem. Many get better with treatment but come right back. What can you do to stop this?

    Why Does My Dog's Ear Infection Keep Coming Back?

    Why Does My Dog's Ear Infection Keep Coming Back?

    by Dr Mark25

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