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Ear Infections in Dogs

Ear infections are a very common problem for many dogs. They are uncomfortable, odorous and if left alone can progress to other more serious issues. Ear infections happen for a number of reasons. They can be caused by a buildup of bacteria, yeast, ear mites, hair or a simple an allergic reaction to food or […]

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What to do When Another Dog Attacks Your Dog

You are out walking your dog at the park. It’s a lovely afternoon and there are many people and their furry friends enjoying the break from the dreary weather of winter. You decide to enter the off-leash area of the park – something you and your dog do almost every day. Soon an unfamiliar dog […]

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How to Clicker Train your Puppy

Clicker training is one of the most popular methods of training. It can be used to encourage desired behavior with “positive reinforcement”. It is primarily used with dogs but can also be used to train cats, horses, mice, birds and many other animals. The first step in clicker training is to associate the clicking sound […]

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GDV/Bloat in Dogs

Gastric dilation is a condition in which the stomach fills with gas and/or food and cannot escape. It may or may not be accompanied with the torsion(twisting) of the stomach in the abdomen. This condition has a very fast speed of progression so it is important to be able to recognize it and seek veterinary […]

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History of the Saint Bernard

Since the early 18th century monks living in the St. Bernard pass kept these dogs to help them on rescue missions after bad snowstorms. The St. Bernard pass is snowy and dangerous route through the Alps between Italy and Switzerland. In 200 years approximately 2,000 people have been rescued because of this breeds uncanny sense […]

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The Risks of Being an Outdoor Cat

Cats are curious creatures who love to roam and explore. The outside world is full of birds to hunt, trees to climb and sun patches to roll in - so why doesn’t everyone let their cat go outside?

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