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They say a dog is man's best friend and these articles show you why. You'll learn about dog training especially for a puppy. You can read about the different types of dogs and why some are better suited to certain people and places. You'll read about stopping your dog's bad habits and about grooming and caring for your pooch. Then there are tips on training your dog and helping him or her grow into a much loved and cared for family pet.


Small is Good: Caring for Ferrets, Rabbits and Other Small Mammals

Posted on January 12, 2011 by Hunter Graham

If you�re thinking about acquiring a smaller pet - a ferret, rabbit, or a hamster, there are a few things to keep in mind. Here are some hints on finding that perfect smaller pet!

Patience � The Key to Perfect Potty Training of Your Dog

Posted on January 11, 2011 by rodpinto

As in humans, dogs also need to be trained when they are young. Young puppies are more adaptable to training and are flexible in their approach to training methods

Keeping Your Pet Dog Happy with Cheap Dog Insurance

Posted on January 10, 2011 by jobylle

They say that dogs are man's best friend....... And sometimes more than that, you need a place in his heart and become an integral part of his life. Dog health insurance, above all, saves a fortune for you by a wide range of services for your pet. Covers the costs of veterinarians, including veterinary fees have increased rapidly in recent times.

Finding the right veterinary software when starting a new veterinary practice

Posted on January 10, 2011 by VetPort

With technology advancing at breakneck speed, 2011 is all set to witness a revolution in virtually every field. One such field that is witnessing a change is the veterinary sector, where software solutions for vets to manage their practice is under going a major technology shift.

Dog sweaters and sweatshirts � a must in winters!

Posted on January 8, 2011 by Sandra Mitchell

Winter clothing is the most important ones for your dog as they can survive through summers without it as it is warm but during winters they need something to keep them warm.

Raw Dog Food: Transitioning Your Dog From Dry Food

Posted on January 8, 2011 by Jacob Alston

Dog lovers know that no two dogs are the same, and because of this, there isn't a single answer when it comes to weaning your dog off of dry kibble and into a natural, raw diet. You can still employ some basic techniques which can get you moving in the right direction, though.

Dogs That Spend Time Outside Need A Waterproof Dog Bed

Posted on January 8, 2011 by robert j fox

Dogs are outdoor creatures by heart, and irrespective of the weather, they love to be out and about ready to play. Outdoor dog beds are great for all weather conditions. By using waterproof dog beds, it means that your pet can come back inside even when wet from the rain and have a place to lie down without causing a mess.

Dog footwear � consider it important!

Posted on January 8, 2011 by Sandra Mitchell

DOG FOOTWEAR! Is it some kind of a joke! This is the reaction of majority of the people who still are unaware of the fact that their dog feet are equally at risk as there is when they walk bare foot.

Various types of dog dresses

Posted on January 7, 2011 by Sandra Mitchell

Clothes not only keep you warm and save your body from dirt, scratches and extreme weather conditions but also provide the same functions for your dog. You dog also need to be saved from scratches, dirt, cuts and weather.

The Nutritional Differences Between Domesticated Animals and Prey Animals in Raw Diet Plans

Posted on January 6, 2011 by Jacob Alston

There is a world of difference between the wild animals that the relatives of our domesticated dogs and cats ate and the animals raised for food today for a raw food diet plan.

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