Osteoarthritis in Dogs

Osteoarthritis is one of the more common chronic conditions that impacts dogs today. It can have a severely negative impact on your dog’s life, as it is progressive, incurable, and can cause pain. If your dog is diagnosed with osteoarthritis, it is vital to take the steps required to ensure that your dog can still…

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5 Ways to Keep Your Dog Healthy and Happy

When it comes to owning a dog, their happiness and safety should be the top of your concerns. If you notice a sudden change in your dog, there can be all sorts of reasons as to why their behavior has changed. Here are a few signs that you should look out for and ways to…

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3 Dog Helpful Training Tips You Might Not Know

Are you someone having a hard time training your dogs and having a hard time training them? Well, that is one problem that many dog owners can relate to. A dog can be your best buddy, but not if it is untamed.   Don’t worry, an untamed dog doesn’t mean that you are a bad…

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6 Most Common Health Issues of the Boerboel Breed

The first Boerboel was bred in South Africa in the mid-1600s. These Mastiff-like dogs protect and guard the early Dutch settlers and their farms. Boerboels, generally, are healthy dogs that live an average of 10 to 12 years. However, they also have common health issues, some of which are hereditary and some are environmental. As…

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4 Common Mistakes When Feeding Raw Dog Food To Pets

Today, many pet owners are preferring raw dog food diet than processed ones, since it is believed to be beneficial for their health. Raw feeding eliminates components that dogs wouldn’t eat in the wild or on their own, like rice, wheat, or corn and results in decreasing poop frequency caused by these indigestible filler ingredients.…

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Which Are The Best Clippers For Dogs?

Dog grooming is one of the most effective ways to ensure that you beloved pet remains clean and healthy as well as improve her comfort at all times. Apart from preventing illness and parasite infestation, grooming also creates a closer and stronger bond between you and your dog. To achieve the best results it is…

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Why Does My Dog Keep Scratching Itself?

All dogs like a good scratch, but if your dog won’t stop scratching itself it could be a sign of a problem. Here are just a few possible reasons why your dog could be constantly scratching itself. Allergies One possible cause could be a skin allergy. Just like humans, dogs can be allergic to all…

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