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    • 1.

      Knowing Proper Dog Care

      by Bob Janeway - 2006-12-04
      Most experts say that all dogs evolved from wolves and that they only became domesticated between 11,000 and 24,000 years ago. Ever since, people have started selecting to breed more than 500 breeds o...
    • 2.

      Feeding Your Puppy

      by Craig McPherson - 2006-12-05
      Premium pet food tends to have higher nutritional value. In particular, foods such as Science Diet, Eukanuba, Nature's Recipe.This means you can generally feed your dog a smaller amount of food.Also,...
    • 3.

      Dog Vomiting - Why & What To Do

      by Craig McPherson - 2006-12-05
      Bacterial (food poisoning - salmonella) or viral infections, organ infections or failure, foreign material, travel sickness, parasite infections, food allergies and gorging food, mega-oesophagus and n...
    • 4.

      Simple Health Tips to Help you Take Better Care of your Dog

      by Patricia Wagner - 2006-12-06
      Is your dog one of your best friends? If so, you're especially motivated to want to take care of his health. As I'm sure you're aware, your pet's health is a very important part of your responsibilit...
    • 5.

      How To Keep Your Dog Free of Fleas

      by Kelly Marshall - 2006-12-11
      Fleas are more than just disgusting; they will carry several serious diseases, parasites and even weaken your dog's immune system. Also, fleas can bite the other pets & people in your house, leading t...
    • 6.

      Distemper Disease: Symptoms, Treatment, & Prevention Tips

      by John Edwards - 2006-12-27
      Distemper is a viral disease that attacks the cells of the skin, respiratory tract, intestinal tract, and brain. It can cause a change in the dog's appearance, nervous disorders, and death. Young pupp...
    • 7.

      Are You Thinking Of Adopting A Dog?

      by Paul P. Duxbury - 2006-12-29
      When considering the birth rates among animals, it is not hard to understand why animal shelters are always filled with animals waiting to be adopted. Shockingly, it has been calculated that over a se...
    • 8.

      Everything You Need To Know About Heart Failure In Dogs

      by John Edwards - 2007-01-01
      Heart failure in dogs occur when any kind of heart disease becomes so severe that a dog's heart is unable to circulate enough blood to meet all the needs of his body tissues. As a result of associated...
    • 9.

      Dog Rescue: How You Can Make A Difference

      by Donald Lawson - 2007-01-03
      There are many misconceptions about what a Dog Rescue is really all about (or any other animal rescue). What they ARE NOT are dog pounds!A rescue consist of a group that helps to rescue dogs that have...
    • 10.

      Getting Your Dog Fixed: It's The Right Thing To Do

      by John Edwards - 2007-01-03
      Your veterinarian should initiate a discussion about spaying or neutering at the time of your first appointment, months in advance of the actual surgery. If he or she doesn't, then inquire. When the p...