are rawhide bones bad for dogs

Are Rawhide Bones Bad For Dogs?

Rawhide bones used to be one of the most popular dog bones for aggressive chewers due toe their soft but durable texture. The keywords here are that it “used to be” because a vast amount of research has been completed to prove that they can be bad for dogs as they can contain toxic chemicals. […]

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Dog Separation Anxiety

Separation Anxiety in Dogs

Dog separation anxiety is very common and can be heartbreaking and frustrating for you but very stressful for the dog too. Symptoms include urinating, chewing, digging, barking, pacing and excessive whining when you leave them on their own. It’s important to train your dog to deal with this type of separation anxiety so that you […]

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Crate Training a Dog

How To Crate Train A Puppy

Crate training is an important part of your puppy’s development. You cannot be with them all the time and crate training them whilst they are a puppy and ensuring they like to be inside a crate is something you need to achieve early on in your dogs life. Crates are also helpful when housebreaking a […]

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paw and nasal Hyperkeratosis

Hyperkeratosis in Dogs

Hyperkeratosis is a condition that affects the dog’s skin. It mainly affects the paws and the nose areas. Hyperkeratosis is characterized by excess skin that forms on these parts of the dog, and after a while, the surface appears to be cracked. What Causes Hyperkeratosis in Dogs? This condition occurs as a result of increased […]

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how to stop Dog Licking Wounds

How To Stop Dog Licking Wounds

Wound licking in both humans and animals is an instinctive response to injuries. Cats, rodents, dogs and all primates prefer licking their wounds as a means of easing pain. There is a popular belief that that animal saliva, especially from man’s best friend, has a number of healing properties. This belief dates back to ancient […]

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differences of puppy and adult dog food

What is the Difference Between Puppy and Adult Dog Food?

Dogs that are less than two years of age are considered puppies, and it is important that they are being fed puppy formula as opposed to foods meant for adult dogs. According to a 2012 research study by the United States Pet Ownership & Demographics Sourcebook, 36.5% of households in the United States have a […]

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food that is poisonous for dogs

Food Not To Give A Dog

Owning a dog requires extra special care and attention just like a human baby. A dogs diet is extremely important to a happy and healthy life without the need for countless vet trips and expensive medicines. Dogs can indeed eat human food, however this articles will discuss food that you must not feed to a […]

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best dog training tips

Dog Toilet Training Tips

The most infuriating problem faced by dog owners is during their puppy years where they aren’t toilet trained, which often puts off potential dog owners. If you are one of the very lucky dog owners, some puppies instinctively go outside in the garden. However, the majority will see that puppies can take months to learn […]

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walking tips for dog walkers

Dog Walking Tips For Walkers

Walking a dog is not only good exercise but its great for bonding with your dog. From puppy hood to old age, every dog enjoys to get out of the house and walk around, smell the smells and see the sights. However, your dog will need to learn how to behave on a leash before […]

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law with dogs in the car whilst driving

Driving With Dogs In The Car

The UK has a fast growing dog popularity where the majority of people will bring their dogs in the car with them to travel to various locations. You are allowed to have your dog in the car by law however they must be restrained properly. Many UK drivers are breaking the law and they don’t […]

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