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Is this the key to extending your dog’s lifespan?
Is your dog trying to tell you something? According to Dr. Gary Richter, one of the top veterinarians in the world, many dogs are at risk of serious health issues… but their owners may be missing the warning signs. “It’s an epidemic ...
Animal Wellness Magazine
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This Rescue Dog Helped a Family to Heal, Here’s Her Story
I was brought up with dogs, my family loved animals, but until we married, my husband Paul hadn't owned a dog. Our first dogs together were ...
K9 Magazine
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Understanding Cushing’s Disease In Dogs
I wrote this article because Cushing's disease in dogs is often over-diagnosed. Over-diagnosed is a euphemism for "your dog never had ...
Dogs Naturally
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Natural Foods to Feed Your Cat
If you have a pet, it definitely means you love the cute little creature dearly. As such, it's your responsibility to ensure that you keep ...
Pet News And Views
5 Raw Feeding Mistakes You Must Avoid at All Costs
Puppy parents have their own set of troubles. Taking care of your dog's diets and feeding them the right things can be very stressful. After ...
The Dogington Post
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Dos and Don’ts of Holiday Leftovers for Cats
The holidays mean plenty of eating, and with it, plenty of leftovers. And while it's perfectly fine to spread the love and share some ...
Tails
Keep pets safe in the car
Car travel can be an enjoyable experience for pets, but it poses dangers to pets and drivers, and owners should ensure animals are ...
Smart Brief
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Is a Dog Harness Better Than a Collar?
To collar or not to collar? It can be tricky to decide whether or not your dog should wear a collar or a harness for walks. A lot of it depends ...
Bark Post
How to help animals affected by the devastating Camp Fire
Nearly 10,000 homes around Paradise, Calif. have been destroyed since the Camp Fire started its hellish rampage on Nov. 8. It spread quickly ...
Marina Times
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Why Do Dogs Growl?
A few days ago Italian dog trainer Debora Segna contacted me about a Facebook posting by veterinarian and philosopher Dr. Roberto Marchesini ...
The Bark
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"A good retirement fund should include bones, rawhide, beefy treats, a few toys and an assortment of kitchen trash."
Copyright © Randy Glasbergen
Trivia
What continues to grow throughout an elephant's life?
See the answer below.
Puppies bring smiles to seniors with dementia
Ross Smith and his grandma have a big social media following. Their fun-filled YouTube channel has more than 20 million views ...
Mother Nature Network
What Year Was It?
First Nobel Prizes Awarded
What Year
The first Nobel Prizes are awarded in Stockholm, Sweden, in the fields of physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, and peace.
The day was Dec 10. What year was it?
Quote of the Week
"Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read."
Groucho Marx
Trivia Answer
What continues to grow throughout an elephant's life?
Answer: Their tusks.
 
 
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