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  • Up to a third of all dogs in the USA are fed dietary supplements. But does your dog need added vitamins and minerals? Do they even work? This article examines the facts about vitamin and mineral supplements for dogs based on information from the Food and Drug Administration and scientific research.

    The Facts About Vitamin and Mineral Supplements for Dogs

    The Facts About Vitamin and Mineral Supplements for Dogs

    by Amanda Littlejohn6

  • German Shepherds can have a variety of coat types. Some of them are easier to groom than others. Here we cover coat care and general grooming tips for your dog.

    German Shepherd Coat Care and Grooming Tips

    German Shepherd Coat Care and Grooming Tips

    by Shepards0

  • Changes in diet are the long-term solution to your dog's skin problems, but giving the right dietary supplements can boost him back to health in the short-term. This article explains when to give dietary supplements to your dog, which supplements to choose, and how to administer the correct dosage.

    The Best Dietary Supplements to Keep Your Dog's Skin and Coat Healthy

    The Best Dietary Supplements to Keep Your Dog's Skin and Coat Healthy

    by Amanda Littlejohn2

  • 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 program 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

  • Have you acquired a deer that is either intended for dog food or is not fit for human consumption? In this article, the pictures and text show you how to easily cut a carcass into parts to make it suitable for a dog to eat.

    How to Cut Up a Deer for Dog Food: An Illustrated Guide

    How to Cut Up a Deer for Dog Food: An Illustrated Guide

    by Joilene Rasmussen2

  • This article will hopefully answer any questions that you may have about the subject of fostering rescue dogs. It is a wonderful, worthwhile experience, and by fostering, you can really make a difference in the life of an animal in need!

    Fostering a Rescue Dog

    Fostering a Rescue Dog

    by Ellison Hartley8

  • Wheat is a common cause of dog allergies. If your dog is gluten intolerant, try these 10 absolutely delicious wheat-free dog treats that are easy to make and use only natural and healthy ingredients.

    10 Easy Wheat-Free Dog Treat Recipes

    10 Easy Wheat-Free Dog Treat Recipes

    by Kim Lam74

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

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

    by Schatzie Speaks39

  • Salmon crack dog treats are called so because they are "crack" to dogs. Well known in dog training circles for helping dogs focus during training, this is a homemade, super easy dog treat!

    Homemade Salmon Dog Treat Recipe

    Homemade Salmon Dog Treat Recipe

    by Kristin Kaldahl56

  • Confused by the puppy teeth stages? No need to be! This guide will reveal the whole process clearly and provide some interesting, little-known facts about your pup's teeth.

    Understanding Puppy Teeth Stages

    Understanding Puppy Teeth Stages

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli22

  • Chicken feet offer a fair amount of glucosamine for your dog's joint health. They are also great for your dog's dental health. These are some of the benefits of chicken feet for dogs. Read more on why you might want to include chicken feet in their diet.

    Chicken Feet for Dogs With Osteoarthritis

    Chicken Feet for Dogs With Osteoarthritis

    by Mazlan10

  • This article gives you 10 easy recipes for homemade dog biscuits and cookies using all natural and safe ingredients that are common in the kitchen. They're safe, healthy, and delicious!

    Top 10 Homemade Dog Treat Recipes

    Top 10 Homemade Dog Treat Recipes

    by Kim Lam212

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