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Your Pooch Could Raise Your Home’s Bacteria Count

Your Pooch Could Raise Your Home’s Bacteria Count

A new study suggests that, a dog may bring millions more bacterias into the average human home. Researchers from North Carolina State University and the University of Colorado found that homes with dogs have more bacteria than other homes, including ...

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Dog’s New , Made by Discarded Clothes

Dog’s New , Made by Discarded Clothes

How should we do if there were discarded clothes at home, and the dog lacks a new toy? You can DIY a new trampoline for your dog. First, choose reinforcement of cardboard materials or solid wood material according to the ...

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Q-Ring:teeth cleaning for your dog

Q-Ring:teeth cleaning for your dog

At first glance, Q-Ring is a chew toy. But it is specially designed to clean your dog’s teeth. Simply squeeze toothpaste on the bristles and play with your dog. Plus, you can transform the whole thing into a Frisbee.

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Do pets feel grief over the loss of a loved one?

Do pets feel grief over the loss of a loved one?

It’s a documented fact that pets experience grief when they lose a loved one. Many pet owners will corroborate this. Regardless of whether it is a cat losing a kitten or missing a deceased pet friend; the distress signs are ...

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Tackling leash aggression

Tackling leash aggression

Leash aggression is an extremely common behavior issue faced by many dog-loving owners. You start on the blissful journey of puppy parenthood, envisioning a future of leisurely strolling with your dog: cup of coffee and newspaper in hand, ready to ...

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Speaking dog

Speaking dog

It’s news to most humans that the way we act with each other when we’re feeling most affectionate–hugging and staring into each other’s eyes, to give a couple of examples–doesn’t translate well to dogs. In fact, it can be perceived ...

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Separation Anxiety in Dogs

Separation Anxiety in Dogs

The term gets tossed around casually, but separation anxiety is a very serious matter. True separation anxiety is your dog’s panicked response to being left alone. The results–including the destruction of your belongings and the deterioration of your dog’s mental ...

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Raising a people-friendly dog

Raising a people-friendly dog

There’s a short developmental window in every dog’s life when he’s extremely sensitive to his environment. The number of positive encounters he has with other people and dogs during this period, which ranges from just a few weeks old to ...

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Raising a dog-friendly dog

Raising a dog-friendly dog

There’s a short period in every puppy’s development, from very early puppyhood to three or four months of age, when his experiences have a big effect on his entire approach to life. If he has lots of positive encounters with ...

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How to stop dogs from destructive chewing

How to stop dogs from destructive chewing

Is chewing a destructive behavior? Here’s the simplest answer: Only if he’s chewing on the wrong thing. So give him something that’s okay to chew. Puppy chewing is an important part of the teething process. As adults, dogs often chew ...

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