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  • Rottweiler Dog Training

    Rottweiler Dog Training

    Rottweiler dog training needs to commence early, as Rottweiler puppies will display their natural abilities from a very young age . These are the abilities that we need to manage, satisfy and sometimes amplify. So when you are selecting your puppy you will be able to see the differences between the siblings, even at this […] More

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  • Boston Terrier

    Boston Terrier

    Origin The breed was developed through long breeding of the bulldog, the French bulldog, the bullterrier, and the boxer. It was first shown in Boston in 1870. It is thus an American dog with French and English blood Description The Boston Terrier is a compactly-built, well-proportioned dog. It has a square-looking head with erect ears […] More

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  • Border Collie

    Border Collie

    Origin The Border Collie is descended from reindeer herding dogs brought to Scotland by the  Viking invaders. These dogs were later crossed with the Valée sheepdog Considered highly intelligent, extremely energetic, acrobatic and athletic, they frequently compete with great success in sheepdog trials and dog sports. They are often cited as the most intelligent of […] More

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  • People Foods Your Dog Can Eat

    People Foods Your Dog Can Eat

    Pasta and Rice Your pooch can have pasta once in a while. Just make sure it’s plain and cooked. Brown rice is a healthy whole grain your dog may gobble up. Mix some into his regular dog food to liven up his meal. Make human food a treat for your dog — it should be […] More

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  • Why corgi mixes look like adorable munchkin versions of other dogs

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    Why corgi mixes look like adorable munchkin versions of other dogs

    It’s very important that you look at these pictures of stumpy-legged doggos. You know, for science. These good boys and girls are all corgi cross breeds, and people have pointed out that they all seem to look like you took a normally proportioned dog and just chopped off half of each leg. And they’re not […] More

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  • Australian Silky Terrier

    Australian Silky Terrier

    Origin This breed was developed in Australia by crossing the Yorkshire and the Australian terrier. It was officially recognized in 1933 Description The Australian Silky Terrier is a small and compact short-legged terrier, 23 to 26 cm (9.1 to 10.2 in) at the withers, alert and active. The long silky grey and white or blue and tan […] More

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  • What Do You Need To Know About Dog Aggression?

    What Do You Need To Know About Dog Aggression?

    Any dog, no matter how social, can get aggressive with another pet, resulting in a fight. It is normal for dogs or any kind of pet to misbehave at times as this isn’t the indication that they are having an aggression issue. However, when your dog is being frequently and unpredictably aggressive, then it is […] More

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  • German Spaniel – Wachtelhund

    Origin The German spaniel was developed in the early 1900’s by the German breeder Frederic Roberth. He crossed small and medium-sized long-haired dogs that had a proven passion for hunting, but the ‘recipe’ has always remained a secret. History Frederick Roberth, a German dog breeder, is credited with creating the modern Deutscher Wachtelhund around 1890. […] More

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  • Are dogs motivated by treats?

    Are dogs motivated by treats?

    Many dog owners believe the only way to reward dogs is by using treats or assume that dogs only respond to treats. The reality is that we don’t give dogs enough credit. Dogs don’t need to be rewarded by food or treats only to learn something. They are smarter than you think and obviously you […] More

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  • How to Select Top Foods for Dogs?

    How to Select Top Foods for Dogs?

    Good quality food is essential for dog to get better health. Unlike human, dogs get all essential nutrients from a single food that is given to them daily. It is essential for owners to ensure that best quality food is given that is filled with special nutrients essential for growth and development. Treats which don’’t […] More

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  • American Staffordshire Terrier

    American Pit Bullterrier

    Origin In the nineteenth century in the English region of Staffordshire, the muscular, active, combative Staffordshire bullterrier was developed by crossings among the bulldog and various terriers. Brought to the United States, the breed was perfected by American breeders who increased its weight and gave it a more powerful head The American Staffordshire Terrier, also […] More

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  • Is Your Dog at Risk for Diabetes

    Is Your Dog at Risk for Diabetes

    The rate of diabetes in America’s pets has more than tripled since 1970. Today it affects approximately 1 in every 160 dogs. Canine diabetes is a lifetime condition that requires careful blood monitoring and daily insulin injections, unlike human diabetes which can possibly be treated with a controlled diet. Diabetes occurs when the pancreas has […] More

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