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Explore our tips and advice for every aspect of your dog’s care and enjoy the benefits of a canine companion who is happy, healthy and content.

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Chihuahua

The ultimate small-space pet, the Chihuahua is big on personality in contrast to its tiny stature.
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Pancreatitis in Dogs: Symptoms and How to Treat

Pancreatitis in dogs is a painful condition and you may wonder what to expect and how to help. Pancreatitis is treatable but can make your pet very ill.
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Help! My Dog Is Being Bothered By Flies

Biting flies hassling our dogs can seem like a difficult problem to solve. Learn some simple strategies to get rid of those pesky flies for good.
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Food Allergies

If your pet licks his feet, gets ear infections and scratches like mad, you might actually need to consider whether or not he has food allergies.
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How to Stop Your Dog Jumping on Guests

It may be cute in a little puppy, but jumping behavior in a 40lb dog is not ideal. We run through how to keep your dog from jumping up on guests.
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8 Easy (and Adorable) Halloween Costumes for your Dog

Halloween isn’t just for people anymore.  While your dog shouldn’t be partaking in the eating the Halloween treats, he can definitely dress for the occasion. 
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Labrador Retriever

The eternally happy, lovable, high energy Labrador is the ideal family friendly pet and is very easy to train.
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Choosing the Right Car Restraint for Your Dog

When travelling with your dog in the car, as pet owners their safety is our responsibility.  Car restraints come in many shapes and sizes and there is little regulation in the industry to ensure safety.
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Egg and Potato Diet

Eggs are an excellent source of high biological value protein, which means they provide amino acids similar to that needed for tissue repair in dogs.
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In Home Dog Training: Striving for Dog Obedience

Having a great relationship with your dog is about encouraging your friend to develop skills that will help him fit into your lifestyle. Being a good pet parent is a little like being a life coach, it’s all about encouragement and gentle persuasion, rather than being the big, scary boss that scares you into submission.

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