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Choosing the Healthiest Dog Treats

When choosing treats for your dog, you should consider the ingredients more now than ever before. Not all dog treats are created equal and your dog doesn't really care what's on the package – so it is up to you to read, research and choose sensibly.
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Tips for Moving with Pets

Moving day is stressful enough on its own, let alone having to move with pets in your house. This can be just as stressful as moving with children, no matter how well behaved your pets are. With the right preparation in advance, you can make the day go smoothly and efficiently. Here are some tips for moving with pets that you can use to minimize your stress.
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How to Treat a Dog Bite

Getting bitten by a dog can be a scary event in someone's life, but it can happen to anyone. Even a calm, well-trained dog may react unexpectedly when he feels threatened or scared. If you're prepared for a worst case scenario, you can react calmly and avoid scarring yourself or your pet in the future. The tips below explain what to do after a dog bite to ensure that you recover in the best way possible.
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Carrots & Canines

We can trace the use of carrots as far back as 500 BC. It was well known by the ancients and is mentioned by several Greek and Latin writers. These old writers told of how they had made a poultice from the roots that would mitigate the pain of cancerous ulcers...
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How to Keep Your Pet’s Coat Shiny

There is a certain sense of pride that comes along with having a good looking pet. A shiny coat is a sign of great care on your part as a pet owner, and it's a sign that your dog has a healthy and happy life. Some animals naturally have softer coats than others, but there are a few things you can do to make your pet look his best every time. Check out this guide to learn how to keep your pet's coat shiny and soft.
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How to Get Fleas off a Puppy

Getting rid of fleas is never easy, but it can be a particularly tough challenge if your pet is not old enough for flea medication. There are some things you can do to ward off the problem in the meantime, but the fleas will likely come back until you can completely eradicate with the medication. To keep your growing dog happy and healthy, you need to remove as many fleas as possible. Here is a guide for getting rid of fleas on a puppy until you can treat the issue with medication.
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Acclimating a Shy Dog to Human Contact

Some pets are shier than others when it comes to human contact. They may allow one or two people to come around them, but they aren't too keen on interacting with the world. This is often the case with adopted pets because they may have come from abusive or neglecting homes. The tips below explain how to acclimate a shy dog to human contact so you can enjoy bonding and cuddling with your favorite companion.
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Making Your Cat and Dog Get Along: Part 1

The phrase "fighting like cats and dogs" is somewhat irrelevant in the modern world. Years of training and domestication have allowed cats, dogs, and other pets to cohabitate in perfect harmony. In many cases, pets from opposite sides of the natural world will become the best of friends, enjoying a lifetime of peaceful coexistence. If you are introducing a new pet to your family or simply trying to create new harmony between your pets, the tips below will help you establish a sense of peace in your home.
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