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Can My Dog Get the Flu?

Traditionally, the answer to the question of whether a dog can “catch" a cold flu has been no. While the most common symptoms of cold flu seen in humans can also appear in dogs, the source of ..
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Important Info on Dog Eye Health

The health of our beloved dog's eyes can be greatly affected by many different conditions, some of which are treatable with medication or surgery, while others are progressive diseases that simply ..
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My Dog Has Fleas

Prevention is the absolute best way to keep fleas at bay. Fleas love the heat and humidity, so in the warmer months, check your pet often for fleas. Vacuum your carpets very frequently, and make sure .
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Canine Influenza - What You Need to Know

Can Your Dog Get the Flu? Can your dog get the flu? A dog can get the Canine Influenza with symptoms similar to that that people have when they get the flu. Symptoms associated with the Canine ..
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Dog Skin Health

Just like people, dogs have a wide variety of skin types that can be prone to certain problems. These skin problems could be due to many factors including the natural skin type of the dog and the ..
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Dogs and Mental Health

Did you ever think all you need to do to keep your dog happy is give him plenty of food, exercise, and play time? Some experts think a pet owner must consider a dog's mental health to keep him happy. .
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Keeping Your Dog Healthy in Old Age

Older dogs can have specific health needs you should watch for, because large breed dogs can begin to show signs of aging as early as 7 years, while smaller breeds may not begin to show signs of ..
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Does My Dog Have Ringworm?

Ringworm is a fairly common, yet often misunderstood, parasite in dogs and cats. Ringworm is not a worm at all, but actually a fungal infection. There are three main types, two that affect animals ..
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Separation Anxiety in Dogs - What You Need to Know

Separation anxiety in your dog is and could be a very serious condition. If you consider your dog as part of your family and many of us do, you should do all you can to prevent separation anxiety. ..
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Does My Dog Have Tapeworm?

Tapeworms, also known as Dipylidium caninum, are one of the five types of worms that your best friend may fall victim to. The name itself comes from the shape of the parasite which looks like a long ..
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Vital Information For Traveling With Your Dog

When traveling with your dog, there are a few tips you need to follow to ensure a safe and comfortable ride for the animal. First off, make sure that your pet is healthy enough to travel by taking ..
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What is Dog Agility Training?

Dog Agility training is a fun, and very active sport that people of any age can enjoy with their pets. First started for training service dogs for military and police work as well as protection, the ..
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Should I Buy Dog Insurance?

Dog insurance is available at just about any stage of your dog's life. You should have dog insurance for many reasons; however the primary reasons would be to protect against high medical expenses in .
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Parvo in Dogs

What Is Parvo? Parvo is a serious viral disease that can be deadly even if treatment is given. So, to protect your puppy from contracting pravo you need to have your puppy vaccinated against this ..
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Tips For Housebreaking Your New Puppy

That sweet bundle of fur that you just brought home is filling the household with glee, and the occasional extra yellow stain on your carpet. There are a couple of methods to housebreak your puppy ..
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The Facts About Kennel Cough

One day you're walking your beloved pet Milton through the park and you notice he's coughing. Okay, probably chewed on something he shouldn't have. Later that night, after dinner, you notice Milton ..
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Information on White Boxer Dogs

The Boxer dog was first displayed at Munich, Germany in 1895, as the result of crossbreeding between the English Bulldog and the German Bulldog. The German Bulldogs (called “Bullenbeissers, " ..
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What is Canine Infectious Hepatitis?

Canine Infectious Hepatitis is a liver disease which is life threatening and can potentially affect all dogs who are not vaccinated. Puppies are especially vulnerable and account for the majority of ..
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What is Dog Clicker Training?

Clicker training means that you're training your dog via positive reinforcement. To begin this process, your dog will first need to learn to associate the sound of a mechanical click with with ..
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My Dogs Breath Smells Bad

Let's face it: your dog isn't always going to have minty-fresh breath. But some canines have worse “doggy breath" than others - why, and what can you do about it? Sometimes, bad breath is a ..
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Tips For Training Your Boxer Dog

Sit. Come. Heal. Simple commands right? Not necessary with a boxer. Lovable, loyal, challenging, stubborn and very intelligent. These are some of the words used to describe a boxer. Boxers are a ..
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Does Your Dog Have Diabetes

Canine diabetes is something that can be treated, but you must first learn to recognize the signs. Here's the things you'll need to look for: - Lack of ‘doggy breath’ - If your dog's ..
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When Should I Induce Dog Vomiting?

Dogs are naturally curious creatures, and they will find their way to get into things that they shouldn't. But, no matter what your dog has ingested the first step is always to call the vet. It ..
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Im Ready For a Doberman Pinscher Puppy

When you are choosing a puppy that will most likely end up becoming a major part of your family for the next ten or more years, you want to make sure that you are dealing with a reputable breeder. ..
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Adopt a Doberman Pinscher

Let's be fair: they have a bad reputation. Many people assume they're vicious, born and raised only to intimidate. Because of this, many of them end up abused and homeless. But once you get past the ..
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