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Although dogs have been living with man for thousands of years, always remember that when you share your home with a dog you have taken him into your world. While amongst the most adaptable of creatures, dogs’ natural curiosity and playfulness can get them into serious trouble in a man’s world. It is, therefore, up to you not to take any unnecessary risks with their safety or sense of security.
Every dog must have a soul somewhere deep inside where all his hurts and grievances are buried with his pride.
Does your Burmese cat or your German Shepherd have one little behavior pattern, one small quirk that really annoys you? Does your dog dive under the couch every time there’s a thunderstorm? Does your cat howl every night at 3 A.M.? What is it that makes your pet act the way he does?
Many an owner has glanced over at their sleeping pet and seen them jerk their legs or twitch their feet. Sometimes this jerking motion is so pronounced that owners become alarmed that their beloved Fluffy is having some sort of seizure.
Mushroom poisoning occurs as a result of your pet ingesting toxic mushrooms. This is a common problem for dogs because they spend so much time in our yards. Check your yard for mushrooms and remove them immediately. Most importantly be aware of the signs and symptoms of mushroom poisoning.
Oxytocin, a powerful hormone produced by all mammals, including canines, is a key factor in the interaction between dogs and humans, according to a new study led by University of Helsinki researchers.
Pet owners could face fines, jail time for leaving dogs outside in cold
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Shelters are warning dog owners about a new law as temperatures turn colder. It’s under the cold weather portion of Libre’s Law. People who violate it could wind up with a fine and jail time.
Losing a pet is one of the saddest experiences a person can have. They are beloved companions and members of our family, but their lives are tragically short and we lose many of them during our lifetime.
If you’re like most pet owners, you feel as if there is nothing you wouldn’t do for your pet when they’re sick or injured. Rushing a sick pet down to the veterinarian’s office is instinctive, but it can also be very expensive.
For many of us, our pets are our family and when it’s time to say goodbye to them, it can be as difficult as having a family member die. Two local organizations are teaming up to help Austinites cope with that loss.
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Age affects us all and our dogs are no exception. It can be difficult to watch your dog grow old. Old age affects everyone differently, so learning how to care for your dogs as they age can be a challenge. Does your dog have hip problems? Did your dog recently go blind? Does your dog not eat like they used to?
Dogs are more than friends to people, they’re another member of the family. When we’re suffering from depression, we often look to our family for help. Dogs are fantastic at relieving our depressive symptoms just when we need it the most, and here are 5 great ways that they do it…
Mosquitoes aren’t only drawn to humans, they also bite animals, including our pets. Mosquito bites for animals are just as aggravating and irritating as they are to us, and animals can also acquire diseases from mosquitoes…
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