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10 Most Aggressive Dog

10 Most Aggressive Dog

10 Most Aggressive Dog How I Determined The Most Dangerous Dog Breeds Are you are looking to get a new puppy to keep as a family pet and would like to know the breeds that may not be the best for children? After doing much research, I have compiled a list of the 10...

7 Reasons Why Your Dog Has bad breath

7 Reasons Why Your Dog Has bad breath

Spend a few minutes with any dog, and you’ll likely catch a whiff of his breath because dogs aren’t shy. They also aren’t known for fresh-smelling mouths. But bad breath isn’t just an unpleasant thing for you—it can mean something serious for your pup. so without...

Dentist For Your Pets

Dentist For Your Pets

Dentist For Your Pets Believe it or not, pets need dental care, much like humans do. It’s important to take pets to dentists or veterinary specialists to have their teeth cared for. If your cat has particularly bad kitty breath or your dog has a broken tooth, chances...

7 TIPS TO STOP DOGS DIGGING

7 TIPS TO STOP DOGS DIGGING

7 TIPS TO STOP DOGS DIGGING Your once-gorgeous lawn, garden, or fence-line now looks like a mini-war zone, pockmarked with holes, savaged turf, and devastated vegetables. You know who’s to blame: your dog! Why does your dog keep digging up the yard? What can you do to...

Dog Senses Versus Human Senses

Dog Senses Versus Human Senses

DOG SENSES VERSUS HUMAN SENSES We all know Rin Tin Tin was able to sniff out bombs, and Lassie was able to find Timmy in the well.  Have you ever wondered how our dog’s senses compare to our own? Like us, dogs have visual, hearing, olfactory, taste, and touch...

Adopt Your Pet From Pet Rescue

Adopt Your Pet From Pet Rescue

ADOPT YOUR PET FROM PET RESCUE As of 2019, two-thirds of U.S. households owned a pet or pets. Thankfully, as this number has increased over the years, the number of animals left in shelters has declined. Due to the Covid -19 pandemic, the year 2020 has seen a major...

How To Treat Cat Allergies

How To Treat Cat Allergies

HOW TO TREAT CAT ALLERGIES Avoiding the allergen is best, but when that's not possible, the following treatments may help to treat cat allergies: antihistamines, such as diphenhydramine (Benadryl), loratadine (Claritin), or cetirizine (Zyrtec) corticosteroid nasal...

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