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Dog Park Etiquette: What You Need to Know for Off-Leash Fun

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Dog parks are more than just places for your pampered pooch to burn off some steam and calories. Within the chain link confines of dog parks, you can find camaraderie, exercise, laughter, fun and of course, dogs!

Here are some tips for merging good manners and common sense to create the ultimate dog park experience for & Read more �

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Tips to Curb Your Dog's Barking Habit

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Dogs bark for a reason. Knowing why they are barking, or more specifically how dogs communicate through barking, is the first step to stopping their inappropriate barking.   The three big reasons a dog barks are: attention, excitement and alarm.

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Why Diabetes Causes Excessive Thirst, Hunger in Cats

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Diabetes mellitus is a serious medical condition where your pet cannot control her blood sugar levels due to problems with insulin production or function. It has many symptoms, but the most common that concerns Pet Parents are excessive urination, excessive thirst and eating while loosing weight.

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How to Teach Your Dog to ''Drop It''

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Tired of your dog stealing your socks, shoes and other stuff? Even worse, are you tired of chasing him around the couch to get it back? These tips will help curb that behavior and save your personal items from becoming chew toys:
 
  • Puppy proof the house.
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Uh Doc, My Dog's Got Critters

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OK, so you just found out that Fido is running 30 head of tiny livestock on his "back 40." What the heck are you going to do about it? First of all, don't panic, we have many new weapons in the war on fleas. Let's take a look at the different flea control products available, and how best to utilize & Read more �

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Your Kitten's Veterinary Visits: The First Year

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Kittens ingest antibodies from their mother's milk that protect them against disease. Once they start to eat solid food, however, they need vaccinations from the veterinarian.



Kittens should receive their first series of vaccinations when they're six weeks old. If you adopt a kitten from a shelter or buy one from a breeder, ask for the kitten's & Read more �

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Yorkipoo

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yorkipoo
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These tiny Poodle crosses have a huge zest for life. Yorkipoos are spunky, intelligent, fun-loving dogs who make great companions. They like to cuddle and give attention to their loved ones, but they can also have a sassy, stubborn side. Their funny antics are sure to charm the entire family.

Yorkshire Terrier

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yorkshire terrier
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The Yorkshire Terrier is a charming dog. Although small in size, his heart and personality are large, and he is mischievous and lovable all in one. An energetic and exuberant companion, the Yorkie is a true terrier-feisty and fearless, ready to take on the world. He is brave and loyal, and he will let his family know about any perceived danger - and be willing to defend his territory. Because he has a propensity to get himself in trouble, the Yorkie needs to know who's in charge.

Xoloitzcuintli (Standard)

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xoloitzcuintli (standard)
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The Xolo is cheerful, attentive, intelligent and alert - a great companion and watchdog. He served as a guardian for millennia, so he is suspicious of strangers and can be aloof when he first meets new people. For his family, though, he has nothing but affection and is supremely loyal, usually attaching himself to one "special" person. He has been described as a big dog in a small body, and he is no pushover, occasionally showing a stubborn streak. He needs your direction and fair leadership to understand his role in the family.

Xoloitzcuintli (Toy)

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xoloitzcuintli (toy)
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The Xolo is cheerful, attentive, intelligent and alert - a great companion and watchdog. He served as a guardian for millennia, so he is suspicious of strangers and can be aloof when he first meets new people. For his family, though, he has nothing but affection and is supremely loyal, usually attaching himself to one "special" person. He has been described as a big dog in a small body, and he is no pushover, occasionally showing a stubborn streak. He needs your direction and fair leadership to understand his role in the family.
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