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    • 1.

      Dog Breeds and Asthma Sufferers: Are Hypoallergenic Breeds Always Best?

      by Terry Roberts - 2006-12-01
      The first important consideration is to understand exactly what hypoallergenic dog breeds are. In short, they are breeds of dogs that are less likely to trigger allergic reactions in the humans they s...
    • 2.

      Boston Terriers: Top Dog Breed

      by Andi Wize - 2006-12-04
      Boston Terriers are the top dog breed in many different respects. Bostons--or BTs--as many Boston owners often refer to them, are considered on-top for a variety of reasons: ** They're tops in playful...
    • 3.

      Grooming Your Dog At Home

      by - 2006-12-11
      Your pets, especially dogs, play a vital emotional role in your life. You love them so much and want to treat them as one of your best friends that you spend some of your spare time playing with them....
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      Hunting Dog Breeds: Not As Fierce As They Seem

      by Terry Roberts - 2006-12-12
      Hunting dogs, as their name suggests, are simply those dogs that have been bred - and trained - to assist human hunters in their activities. Originally, these dogs were responsible, at least partially...
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      Dog Breed Groups And Making The Most Of Their Characteristics

      by Richard Cussons - 2006-12-20
      Choosing a dog to be a family pet is a difficult decision to make. Not only do you have to pick the right dog but you are responsible for your pet for it's whole life. Your new best friend will make a...
    • 6.

      The Origin of Dogs

      by Grant Carroll - 2007-01-03
      The great multitude of different breeds of dog and the countless differences in their size, points, and all around appearance are facts which make it hard to believe that they could have a common ance...
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      Dog Behavior Training - Why You Should Train Your Dog

      by Joseph Wilson - 2007-01-06
      On the surface, dog training may look like a waste of time. Why train your dog to learn tricks? What good are they? Your dog already knows the basics, so why should you do more than that? Oh, sure, Jo...
    • 8.

      Interesting Facts About Boxers

      by Kevin Gawricki - 2007-01-09
      Interesting Facts about BoxersThe Boxer was selected in Germany for police training.Boxer line comes from 16th century, tracing back to fighting dogs of the high valleys of Tibet.The Boxer is the cous...
    • 9.

      Puppy Training Tips - Teaching Your New Puppy

      by Jack Chambers - 2007-01-20
      House training a puppy need not be that difficult and can actually be enjoyable. Playtime with your new puppy can be fun, but did you also know that it could be the first steps in your puppy's educat...
    • 10.

      Tips For House Training Your Dog

      by Neil Teasdale - 2007-01-25
      The first thing you must have when attempting to house train your dog is "patience." Keep in mind that when we were young, we too had to learn where and when we could go. Bad news is, we don't have do...