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How To Take The Best Care Of Your Dog In The Summer

The dog days of summer are so called because these are the days when dogs like to lie around in the shade not doing much of anything.  These days we tend to interpret this to mean that it’s a great time to get out and do active things with your dog.  Many towns and cities hold festivals in honor of these dog days.  Doubtless many dogs feel rather disgruntled (or worse) when required to attend many family outings.

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Why Does My Dog Have Bad Breath?

Your dogs bad breath can be caused by many different things. In this article I will talk about some of the most common things that cause an odor that is unlike puppy breath.
Let’s start off with what your dog may be eating. Is your dog eating his poop or possibly raiding the cat litter box? That may sound weird but it happens quite often and can cause a pretty nasty smell when Fido comes up to give you a kiss.
Your dog can get tooth decay and gum disease just like a human can so having your dogs mouth checked on a regular basis is important. Dogs need to have their teeth cleaned just like humans do to remove dental plaque and keep their mouth kissing sweet.

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Is Dog Health Insurance A Good Idea?

Is dog health a good idea? The answer to that question is simple; yes and no! If you are wealthy and money is not a problem then insurance is probably not a good deal. However if you live paycheck to paycheck and coming up with $3,000.00 for a major health problem for your dog would be next to impossible then yes insurance is great.

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Is a Dog Stroller Worth Owning?

Dog strollers are beginning to become a very popular product. More and more dog owners are opting to purchase a stroller for their pet. With such a dramatic rise in popularity, it’s easy to assume that dog strollers are a handy thing to have around. But are they really worth owning? And are they something you should invest in?

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How Often Should You Feed Your Dog?

This question pops up all the time and there are several different things that will determine the correct answer for your dog. Let’s talk about those things so that you can determine what is best for your pet.
One of the first things to consider is or we dealing with a puppy or an adult dog? An eight-week-old puppy should probably be eating three times per day. When that puppy gets to 4 to 6 months of age then twice a day is usually adequate.

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