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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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Top 5 Ways to Keep Your Dog Cool This Summer

The summer isn't just a miserable time for you. Your dog suffers in the heat as well. In order to keep your pet happy and healthy in the summer, you need to make sure he stays cool in the heat. Listed below are the top 5 ways to keep your dog cool this summer so you both can have a great time.
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How Much Food Should My Dog Eat?

Feeding your dog the right amount of dog food is often a matter of trial and error. Differences in weight, age, activity levels, and breeds will all play a role in the amount of food your dog needs to survive. The type of food you feed your dog will also influence the meal sizes you set out for him. Thus it may take some time to figure out what the right balance is for your dog. Here are some tips to help you understand how much food your dog should eat so you can keep him healthy and fit.
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Leash Training Your Dog: Part 2

In Part 1 of this leash training guide, we discussed the equipment and methodology used to properly train your dog to walk on a leash. In this part of the guide, we will go over some specific tips you can use to improve your leash training experience.
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Leash Training Your Dog: Part 1

Going on walks can be a lot of fun for you and your dog, but it can also be a nightmare if your dog is not properly trained to walk on a leash. When the whole walk turns into a struggle of pulling, running, and yelling, it's not going to be that enjoyable. Teach your dog how to stay by your side and stay at your pace, and you will be able to get through your walks with ease. Here are some tips to help you improve your leash training experience.
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WARNING! Human Foods That Could Kill Your Dog

Your dog may give you sad eyes every time you eat dinner, but that doesn't mean you should send all your table scraps his way. Many foods that are safe for humans to eat are actually toxic to dogs. Ideally, you should get your pet on a healthy diet made just for him, rather than risking his life with your own food. If you are going to feed him human food though, make sure to avoid all of the options below
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How to Choose the Right Dog Bed

Your dog bed is your pet's sanctuary – the place he goes to unwind after an exhausting day of guard duty. Is a folded blanket really good enough for a beloved family member to sleep on? We think not. With so many dog beds on the market though, it may be hard to determine which one you want to buy. This guide explains how to choose the right dog bed so your pet can sleep in total comfort.
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Top 5 Teething Puppies Tips

Much like babies, puppies go through a teething stage early on in life when their new teeth start to come in. Whether you are a new pet owner or this is your first time dealing with a poppy, you will need to make adjustments to keep your pet from chewing up your personal belongings. Here are the top 5 teething puppy tips you can use to preserve your household.
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