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Expert Advice: Grooming How to Trim Dog Nails Safely
Nail Trimming is an Essential Part of Dog Grooming Trim nails are a clear sign of your dog’s good hygiene. Professional groomers will perform the task for squeamish owners, but nail trimming is a simple procedure if done correctly. Nail trimming seems to be an anxiety-laden experience for many dogs. Start trimming claws during a […] | March 23, 2015
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Expert Advice: Common Conditions Dangerous Parasites (And How To Protect Your Dog From Them)
What You Should Know About Parasites While you are outside tossing tennis balls to your terrier, you should be aware that there are parasites that can affect the health of your pet. While you are outside tossing tennis balls to your terrier, you should be aware that there are parasites that can affect the health of your pet. As […] | March 23, 2015
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Expert Advice: Puppy Health Puppy Vulnerability: A Few Things to Know About Your New Dog
They May Seem Rough and Tumble, But Puppies Need Extra Care Puppies differ from adult dogs in a number of interesting ways. They are particularly vulnerable to health problems. Novice dog owners should be particularly mindful of a puppy’s delicate health. For example, normal physiologic functions and defenses become impaired if a pup becomes chilled. […] | March 23, 2015
Expert Advice: Breeding Tips & Best Practices Puppy Training Tips For Breeders
All puppy training takes time and effort, but the results are worth it. The way a breeder trains puppiesvaries from breeder to breeder -- and these things can change as experiences dictate. Following are tips on supplies and methods that have proven to work well. Supplies Needed A fence or gate to contain the puppies. […] | March 23, 2015
Expert Advice: General Health Doggedly Pursuing the Right Vet for Your Pet
What to Look for in Selecting a Veterinarian for Your Dog Choosing the right veterinarian for your dog is a serious decision. Such factors as your companion's age, underlying medical conditions, or previous injuries and surgeries must be considered. Your dog may need a veterinarian with specialty training, with state of the art equipment, or […] | March 20, 2015
Expert Advice: Puppy Training Your Older Dog and the New Puppy in the Family
When a new puppy joins the family, it seems like everything revolves around him for a while. There are big changes. Many are wonderful, and some are puppy phases that you’ll be glad to see the end. But how does your older dog feel about the situation? Here are some ways to ensure a peaceful […] | March 17, 2015
Expert Advice: Breeding & Whelping A Gundog Breeder’s Diary: The Adventure of Raising Brittany Puppies
The pups are 5 weeks old as I start writing this piece. Feeding is twice a day; their mom is only with them at night. Within the next several days, the pups will be without their mom—weaning completed and on their own. Because it is summer with warm temperatures, the pups have spent all their […] | March 15, 2015
Expert Advice: Travel What to Look for When Boarding Your Puppy
  Steps To Finding The Right Place To Board Your Dog When finding a place to board your dog, it is important you find a location that is comfortable for both you and your dog. Check out these tips for finding the right space to board your dog. Ask if they are members of the American Boarding Kennels […] | March 10, 2015
Expert Advice: Puppy Training Five Common Questions Asked By New Puppy Owners
You've done it all: You researched the right breed for you, selected a responsible breeder from whom to purchase your puppy, puppy proofed your home, and read up on training tips on You're probably first wondering how it's possible for something to be so cute... hate to disappoint, but we haven't cracked this one yet. Puppies are […] | February 19, 2015
Puppy Potty Training Timeline
Expert Advice: Puppy Training Puppy Potty Training Timeline
House training, house breaking or potty training, no matter what you call it, helping your new puppy learn not to mess inside its home and crate are essential goals for all new owners. Want the quickest success? Get a crate! A crate is the best tool to assist in potty training your new puppy. In addition to having […] | January 6, 2015

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