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Woman Travelling With Dog
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Things to pack when outing with your dog

Travelling is one of the greatest joys one could ever have. Whether its humans or dogs, everyone loves to have a different experience once in a while. Planning to travel with some special like your better half and your pet dog as co-pilots could make a trip a great memorable experience! However, it isn’t as

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Dog by pool
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Tips to keep your puppy safe around the pool

There is no worse feeling than finding a child or an animal distressed in water. I can still clearly recall when my 8-week old Jack Russell puppy was busy sniffing around and exploring his brand-new home. Although he was only out of my sight for five minutes, I thought he was still following right behind

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Lost dog
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How to find your dog when they go missing

When you bring a dog into your life, you very quickly get used to having them around the household, it makes you feel that you won’t be able to live without them. However, dog are curious animals that love to explore, play and chase things, which can lead to them becoming lost or separated from

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Providing Adrenal Support for Cushing's Disease in Dogs
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The Natural Ways of Providing Adrenal Support for Cushing’s Disease in Dogs

Most pet parents have difficulty in identifying the symptoms of Cushing’s disease. It is not entirely their fault. The symptoms of Cushing’s syndrome are similar to several other ailments, which makes it difficult to isolate and identify.  The most common symptoms include: Unusual hunger and thirst Unusual urination Hair loss Pot Bellied appearance Unnecessary exhaustion

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How to deal with spring shedding

Having a pet dog as your family’s trusty and loving companion is one of the best decisions you can make in life. There will be cuddles, zoomies, playing fetch and funny moments galore! But canine care isn’t all sunshine and butterflies since looking after a pet’s health and well-being is huge responsibility. It is important

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Dog in baby stroller
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Can I put my dog in a baby stroller?

Can I put my dog in a baby stroller? Dog parks are filled with all types of people and their canine companions.  If you enjoy a spot of people watching then there is almost no better place to sit down and gaze upon the eclectic mix of owners and pets and remark on their similarities

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Patellar Luxation
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Patellar Luxation in dogs

Patellar Luxation is a surprisingly common health issue encountered by dogs. In this article we look at what Patellar Luxation is, what causes it and how it is treated. The patella is the technical term for a kneecap, and is a translation of ‘shallow dish’ in Latin. Luxation is defined as the dislocation of an

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Dog Anxiety wrap
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Anxiety Wraps for Dogs

Just like a human, dogs can experience anxiety, whether in a mild form that only rarely surfaces to one which is more debilitating and commonplace. Regardless of why your dog may be anxious, or what has caused their stress, there is little doubt that anxiety is taxing on your dog’s overall health and well-being. A

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Dead dog
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What to do when your dog dies?

There is often ambiguity about what to do when your beloved pet passes away. There is no doubt that this will be an emotional time for yourself and your family. The loss of a pet produces sorrow, and sometimes anger, and you should accept that the grieving process takes time. If your pet is ill

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Dog Heatstroke
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Heatstroke in Dogs

Every year during summer, a significant number of dogs die of heatstroke. Every passing year the number is consistently increasing due to an excessive rise in temperatures and increased heat waves.  Unlike humans, dogs only have a few sweat glands on the bottom of their paws that help dissipate minimal heat from their bodies. Dogs

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