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Great Ideas To Keep Your Dog Cool In Hot Weather

Dog can’t speak to us and say could you please turn on the A/C. But, that doesn’t mean they don’t get very hot sometimes just like we do.
If you dog is panting a lot, being slow or looking down and it’s a very hot day, well your dog is possibly hot and suffering from the heat too.
Here are a few simple ways to cool down your dog and keep them cool.

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How To Know If Your Dog Has Diabetes

Did you know that pets could get diabetes? An unhealthy diet and a lack of activity could cause your dog to develop diabetes. This condition can be treated and your dog will not develop complications as long as diabetes is diagnosed early. Here are the most common signs of diabetes in dogs.
A dog who cannot produce enough insulin or cannot use the insulin produced will end up with high blood sugar levels. This can lead to a sweet-smelling breath. If you notice that your dog’s breath has a fruity smell, you should have their blood sugar levels checked.

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What Dog Training Certification Should You Look For In A Good Dog Trainer?

There are many training courses and dog training schools offering classes for people wishing to become dog trainers.  Some of them are better than others.  If you are looking for a trainer for you and your dog it’s usually a good idea to seek out a trainer who has certification from one of the well-known […]

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7 Signs and Symptoms That Your Dog Is Having a Stroke

A stroke is a serious condition that requires immediate medical attention. This fact is no less true when the one having the stroke is a dog. It is difficult enough to recognize the symptoms of stroke in a human however. How much more is this true of a dog?

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A Natural Way To Instantly Calm Your Dog’s Impulses

A friend of mine rescued a Labrador mix named Lucas.
He’s a goofball that’s always fun to play with.
But when kids pass by my friend’s house on their skates and bikes, Lucas isn’t so much fun.
He goes insane.

He’ll rush head-first to the gate, barking up a storm and even riling up the neighbour’s dogs as well.

The trouble doesn’t stop there.

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Training Your Dog To Stay In The Yard

People and dogs are alike in the sense that they both are somewhat territorial. Your dog probably has a good idea of the concept of your “property” or your area of the street or neighborhood. He knows where home is, especially if he spends much time outside. If another dog walks into your front yard, your dog will likely have something to say about it. However, that doesn’t mean that your dog will understand the concept of staying in the yard. It is never easy to train your dog to stay in the yard. Anyone who tells you otherwise doesn’t know much about dogs.

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