Doggy Odor Got You Running For The Door? 4 Tricks To Get Your Pooch Smelling Fresh

Posted on: 24 February 2017

It's normal for your dog to smell a bit gamey from time to time, especially if it spends a lot of time outdoors. However, it's not normal for your dog to smell downright rancid. If your dog smells so bad that you need to open the windows, or plug your nose, it's time to take action. Here are some simple methods to keep your dog smelling sweet. Remember Daily Brushing
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Essentials For Helping Train Your Dog For Their First Agility Competition

Posted on: 14 December 2016

If you like training your dog, and would like to move beyond the basics of sit, fetch, and roll over, then you might like to train your dog for an agility competition. This is a super fun way to get exercise with your dog; plus, once you get into the swing of agility training, you can head around to lots of different competitions. It's a fun pastime, and one that will take you and your dog to places beyond the dog park.
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Take Advantage Of Pet Day Care Programs That Socially Benefits Your Dog's Health

Posted on: 28 September 2016

When you are a working person and you have a dog left back at home, it gets boring for your pet. Dogs need companionship just as humans do. They are by nature pack animals that like to run about with other dogs, toss their toys in the air and bury their favorite bones below ground. That is not enough to keep your pet entertained though when you are at work all day.
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Prepare Your Pet For The Summer

Posted on: 6 July 2016

Your pet needs extra care to be ready for summer. Things like insects, new plant growth and rising temperatures are all things that need to be addressed. Here is a guideline of things you need to do to prepare your pet for the summer. Flea Treatment Insects like mites and fleas grow in vast numbers when mercury rises. Even pets that haven't had any issues with fleas in the past may become infected from a simple visit out in the backyard.
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