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Should you allow your dog to sleep in your bed

Should you allow your dog to sleep in your bed

Written By: Published: 1-26-07
There really is no right or wrong answer to this question. The real question is - is letting daisy sleep in your bed right for you? Truthful answers to just a few questions will help you reach the correct decision for both you and ...Read More...
What is a pet massage

What is a pet massage

Written By: Published: 1-25-07
Think about your dog for a second. Don't you think your pet would enjoy a massage? All sizes, from the smallest to the most mammoth animal does, enjoy the effects of a good rubdown. ...Read More...
Destructive behavior

Destructive behavior

Written By: Published: 1-24-07
There a wide variety of reasons for behavioral problems, but chances are that your dog just misses you, and is showing you just how bored and lonely he is. This is especially true if you only have one dog in the house and he’s home alone all ...Read More...
Canine Influenza

Canine Influenza

Written By: Published: 1-22-07
In today’s society with flu pandemics grabbing so much of the media spotlight, it becomes much to easy for us to overlook the fact that our dogs can also contract a version of the dreaded flu. There is a flu virus becoming more prominent every day in the canine world that ...Read More...
Is it to cold for my dog

Is it to cold for my dog

Written By: Published: 1-19-07
Here are a few tips to help make your pet more comfortable and safe during the cold wither days and nights.

Always keep your pets indoors, even if they have a doghouse outside. Short-hair dogs are especially susceptible to cold temperatures. ...Read More...
Five facts about the Boston Terrier

Five facts about the Boston Terrier

Written By: Published: 1-18-07
1. Boston Terriers love to snuggle up as close as possible to you. They want to get in your lap if they are on the ground, and if they’re already in on lap, they want to curl around your neck, get in your face or burrow into your chest. ...Read More...
Tumors in tropical fish

Tumors in tropical fish

Written By: Published: 1-17-07
Tropical fish are much like other species in many respects, this includes the fact that they may have or acquire diseases or disorders that may resemble those of any other animal, but are specific to the fish themselves. One good example ...Read More...
Housebreaking your dog

Housebreaking your dog

Written By: Published: 1-16-07
The most important thing to remember when housebreaking your dog is that dogs are creatures of habit; once they develop a habit, breaking it will be a long, and frustrating process. Your dog will need guidance and encouragement from you in order to develop ...Read More...
Lyme disease

Lyme disease

Written By: Published: 1-15-07
It is very difficult to get an early diagnosis of lyme disease in your dog. The first sign of lyme disease in humans is generally a rash; animals however, do not develop this rash so it makes it that much more difficult to identify. Lyme disease is also not ...Read More...
Clicker training

Clicker training

Written By: Published: 1-13-07
The number one benefit of the clicker and clicker training is that it makes a consistent sound and we can make the sound at the very moment that our dog is completing the behavior we are looking for. Your dog will soon learn to associate his good behavior with the 'click' which is ...Read More...