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The Dangers of Destructive Dog Chewing

J. Wesley Porter June 19, 2018

Effective tips to stop destructive dog chewing

A dog always chews. It’s in their nature. But sometimes it means that the dog is experiencing something uncomfortable, and it’s coping with it through chewing on food and things. The poor pooch might be going through a tough time; that’s why it is important to see to it that they are not munching toward . . .

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Dog Sneeze: Cute or Worrisome?

J. Wesley Porter June 12, 2018

What makes a dog sneeze? From obvious to hilarious reasons, we have them here

Everything our dogs do will always be cute and entertaining to us. When they sneeze, which is very rare, we consider it our lucky day. But at what point does cuteness turn into a symptom of a serious medical condition? According to Canna-Pet, an institution dedicated to hemp prod . . .

7 Ways to Take Care of Your Dogs in Winter

J. Wesley Porter June 5, 2018

Discover These Necessary Things to Do with Dogs in Winter

If it’s too cold for you, it’s too cold for your dog. That is the rule of thumb when you opt to take your dog for a quick walk during winter. This could mean setting a different routine or making a minute adjustment to his food intake.

 

Dogs in winter experience several physical and . . .

Matchmaking: Finding Your Dog’s Friend

J. Wesley Porter May 29, 2018

What to do when you want to find your dog’s best friend

Are you your dog’s best friend? Of course you are. However, your dog might get used to just playing with you, even to your touches and your loving cuddles. A man can be a dog’s friend, but dogs should socialize with other dogs too.

Unfortunately, if left with little socialization, your dog ma . . .