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Do You Have A Cute Little Pug?

Do You Have A Cute Little Pug?

07 Mar / 2016



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Pugs often are described as a lot of dog in a small space. These sturdy are known as the clowns of the canine world because they have a great sense of humor and like to show off. Originally bred to be a lap dog, the Pug thrives on human companionship.

Behavioral Traits:
Some Pugs have a tendency to make noise, whether barking, yapping, snorting, grunting or otherwise. Owners can discourage excessive “yappiness” with early training, and some Pugs actually make excellent watch dogs, so long as they are trained properly about when barking is appropriate. Pugs love food, and begging can easily get out of hand if family members are in the habit of feeding their dog from the table or offering scraps from plates. It is important that owners only offer treats after the dog performs a specified action, like sitting.

Do You Know What Your Dog Is Actually Saying?

Do You Know What Your Dog Is Actually Saying?

01 Nov / 2017



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Dognitive Therapy is something that starts with human parents/owners/guardians/friends (whichever label you give your relationship with your doggie). You should first aim to take the reins of your life in your own hands through calmness and assertiveness. Do you know what your dog is actually saying in a variety of situations? You should focus more on understanding your furry friend’s point of view and with proper adjustments and cooperation, your entire perspective on a healthy and fulfilling relationship will transform for the better. This is something that both you and your fur ball deserve!

Do You Know Your Pet Boost Your Mind??

Do You Know Your Pet Boost Your Mind??

03 Dec / 2016



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If you are one of the millions of those who share your life with one (or more) dogs, it won’t surprise you to hear that the human/dog bond comes with many benefits. But it may surprise you to learn that these benefits can extend to your mind. That’s right. If you’re looking to boost your brain power, you may not need to look any further than your best four footed friend.

Do Your Puppy Accept Collar And Leashes

Do Your Puppy Accept Collar And Leashes

10 Dec / 2015



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Walking on a collar and lead is an important skill that every dog must learn.  Even the best trained dog should never be taken outside the home or yard without a sturdy collar and leash.  Even if your dog is trained perfectly to go off lead, accidents and distractions do happen, and a collar, with proper identification attached, is the best way to be sure you will get your beloved companion back.
Of course before you can teach your new puppy to 



Does Your Maltese Stand Up To The Supposed Standard?

Does Your Maltese Stand Up To The Supposed Standard?

06 Sep / 2016



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Breed standards are a set of guidelines commonly used to ensure that dogs measure up to certain characteristics typical of the breed. Breed standards are used to judge dogs in competitions and are considered to be the hypothetical ideal of the breed. If you want to compete with your Maltese and are concerned about following these requirements to the letter it might also be helpful to take into account that these ideal specifications can vary in different countries.

So you must be wondering…? How does your Maltese measure up to the official 'conformation' points? Keep in mind that these refer to the ideal dog and variations in your own Maltese are not in any way a poor reflection on your pet. Unless you want to compete that is...The following is adapted guidelines which have been in effect since 1984.

Does Your Pet Dog Suffer From Heart-worms?

Does Your Pet Dog Suffer From Heart-worms?

13 Jul / 2016



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Dog heart-worm is a common disease among canines. It has been discovered that, the worms mainly live in your dog's heart and major blood vessels. The worms, especially on worst cases, seriously impair the heart's operations. Worse, they could also clog your dog's blood vessels. These infections result to body weight losses, chronic cough, dropsy, breath shortness, chronic heart failure, vision disturbances, and ultimately, death.

Since the symptoms of heart-worm disease vary among dogs, it would be best that a veterinarian check your dog to evaluate a final analysis. Most dogs show visible symptoms only when the disease has reached the point where it would be almost improbable to be cured by treatment.

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