Month: July 2020

Our website uses cookies. By continuing to use our site, you agree to our use of cookies. To see what cookies we serve and set your own preferences, please review our Cookie Policy. Learn More. ShareShare Updated July 28, 2020 | Caring for Your DogBy Nia Martin This post contains affiliate links. Read more here.
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Our website uses cookies. By continuing to use our site, you agree to our use of cookies. To see what cookies we serve and set your own preferences, please review our Cookie Policy. Learn More. ShareShare Updated July 24, 2020 | For Dog PeopleBy Amber Christensen Now that summer’s here, we may all find ourselves
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Our website uses cookies. By continuing to use our site, you agree to our use of cookies. To see what cookies we serve and set your own preferences, please review our Cookie Policy. Learn More. ShareShare For Dog PeopleBy Liz Coleman The Siberian Husky is easily one of the most stunning dog breeds in the
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Our website uses cookies. By continuing to use our site, you agree to our use of cookies. To see what cookies we serve and set your own preferences, please review our Cookie Policy. Learn More. ShareShare For Cat PeopleBy Michelle Ropp Cats need clean teeth to stay healthy, just like you and me. Brushing a
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(Picture Credit: dageldog/Getty Images) Dogs and chickens getting along may seem counterintuitive. After all, aren’t dogs related to animals that eat chickens? However, like most domesticated animals, dogs and chickens can get along if their humans train them well and carefully introduce them to each other. While pet parents should absolutely take precautions to prevent
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Our website uses cookies. By continuing to use our site, you agree to our use of cookies. To see what cookies we serve and set your own preferences, please review our Cookie Policy. Learn More. ShareShare Updated July 15, 2020 | Bonding with Your Dog This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. We’re hitting the
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Our website uses cookies. By continuing to use our site, you agree to our use of cookies. To see what cookies we serve and set your own preferences, please review our Cookie Policy. Learn More. ShareShare Updated July 14, 2020 | Pet ProductsBy Karen Anderson This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Not a
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Our website uses cookies. By continuing to use our site, you agree to our use of cookies. To see what cookies we serve and set your own preferences, please review our Cookie Policy. Learn More. ShareShare Updated July 9, 2020 | Pet ProductsBy Nia Martin This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Table of
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Our website uses cookies. By continuing to use our site, you agree to our use of cookies. To see what cookies we serve and set your own preferences, please review our Cookie Policy. Learn More. ShareShare Updated July 10, 2020 | For Dog PeopleBy Nia Martin This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Stop
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(Picture Credit: LuckyBusiness/Getty Images) Canine mammary tumors or mammary neoplasms are among the most common type of lesions found in female dogs. They arise from different types of tissues — epithelial or glandular tissues and mesenchymal or connective tissues — in the mammary gland. Intact dogs are seven times more likely to contract the disease
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