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A Guide to Daily Care of Dogs


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A Guide to Daily Care of Dogs

I was never a pet person. In fact, I would cringe when I would see people hugging and kissing their pets. Despite everyone knowing I did not like pets, my brother gave me a puppy for my birthday. I had no clue about how to take care of it. I even thought about giving him away. Before I realized it though, he had grown on me. I found myself telling people that he was not the average dog, but a super dog instead. So, I decided to create a blog for non-dog lovers like me who find themselves owning and loving a dog.

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Save On Pet Boarding For Your Painted Turtle By Asking A Rescue To Watch Them

If you have a painted turtle and want to travel, finding someone to watch your turtle can be a challenge. While painted turtles are often alright on their own for a day or two, they shouldn't go several weeks without someone feeding them or cleaning their cage. The next time you're headed out to town for more than a weekend, ask a nearby herp rescue to watch your painted turtle. They're often willing to, and they might be a lot less expensive than other pet boarding options. Read More 

4 Veterinary Issues You Need To Deal With Before Summer

Summertime offers lots of great bonding opportunities between you and your dog -- but be on the lookout for seasonal health problems as well. Here are four potential threats you need to find the solutions for in advance. 1. Flea and Tick Prevention Fleas and ticks are never welcome on your dog, but they don't really become a menace until the summer months. That's because the warmer temperatures kick-start these pets's life cycle, and partly because indoor pets may venture outdoors more frequently once cooler weather has passed, increasing the exposure risk. Read More 

After The Fight: What To Do When Your Dog Has Been Bitten By Another Dog

As a pet owner, you do all you can to keep your dog safe. However, there somethings that happen outside of your control. If you dog has a violent encounter with another dog, you have to act quickly in order to make sure you dog can be restored to full health. In the ensuing days, you should be watchful to make sure that your dog is healing right. Call The Vet Read More 

Effective Training For A Safe And Healthy Pitbull

Pitbulls have an undeserved reputation for being one of the most aggressive and dangerous dogs in the world. While many people believe that living with a pitbull is a recipe for disaster, nothing could be farther from the truth. In fact, the pitbull often tests higher on temperament tests than many common family dogs, including beagles and golden retrievers. Just like with any dog, however, proper training is required in blue pitbulls for sale to maximize the health and safety of your pitbull. Read More 

Gambling On A Good Rescue Dog: 3 Training Tips You Can Learn From Kenny Rogers

Adopting a dog from an animal shelter is a lot like playing a hand of poker. You don't know the history of the pup, so you can't be sure you have what it takes to win the prize of a well-rounded, well-behaved companion. The good news is that, just like in poker-playing, there are things you can do to boost your odds of adopted-dog owner success. Here are a few rescue dog training tips you can learn from the gambler himself, Kenny Rogers. Read More