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Rabies in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatments and Prevention (Video)

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Anyone who has ever lived in a rural area, had a pet, or simply turned on the news at some point in their life, has heard the term rabies. It’s a scary type of illness that can make animals extremely

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Hemangiosarcoma in Dogs (Video)

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Many first-time dog owners don’t realize that dogs are just as susceptible to disease and illness as people can be. In fact, many are shocked to discover that dogs can get the flu, get colds, have allergies,

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7 Signs Your Dog is Stressed Out – and What to Do About It

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A few weeks ago, I noticed that my usually cuddly and goofy Leroy had been acting a little differently. He had spent several days in a row hanging out in a corner by himself, instead of forcing his way

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Top 7 Tips for Dealing with Spring Shedding

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Even if you have a dog breed that doesn’t shed a ton – like Boxers – you are likely getting ready to see a ton of shedding in the next few months. Spring time is the time of year when dogs get rid

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5 Ways to Keep Your Dog Safe If You Can’t Have a Fence

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Hey guys, welcome back to the blog. With spring around the corner, I see a lot of my neighbors doing home improvements like fixing up the deck and adding a fence to their homes. This is a great idea for

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11 Ways to Keep Your Dog Safe During Hunting Season (Video)

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For so many of us, dogs are our best friends, pets, loyal companions, or pseudo-children. For some, dogs are also competitors and athletes. But there’s a large population of dogs that often goes unnoticed

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Why Won’t My Dog Stop Chewing on His Feet?

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When I was a kid, my first dog Jake spoiled me a bit for dogs. He never had any of the weird quirks that taught me about the mysteries of dogs. When I got my first Boxer, Gloria, she would occasionally

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9 Things You Need to Know About Muzzles

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For many people who have dogs, a muzzle can be seen as something that’s akin to a torture device. We get uncomfortable when we see them, because to us they signify a dog that is dangerous or violent.

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7 Flea and Tick Removers to Keep Your Dog Itch-Free

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It’s almost the time of year when your dog is going to start scratching every time they come in from outdoors. The spring brings a whole new round of fleas and ticks breeding all over the place, and

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4 Ways to Get Your Dog on a Schedule

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Hey guys, Ash here. I recently wrote a post for the blog about identifying signs of stress in your pup, and one of the things we talked about was the fact that dogs really love routine. It makes them feel

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