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  • Ear infection in dogs, symptoms and causes
    Brian Kilcommons relates a terrible story about a beautiful golden retriever dog who was usually very gentle and kind with children. It’s owners had a girl aged 3 1/2, and they normally got along very well. Then one day the little girl grabbed the …
  • Dog food tips
    This has touched me on a personal level because I have a friend as well and I wanted to do some research in order to help out his friends who are suffereing because of ignorance and human error. I can not imagine what it …
  • Prevent pooch poisoning!
    Most people know, unless they have been on some deserted island for decades, that chocolate is not only bad for dogs, it can be potentially deadly to them. There are some other foods that are perfectly safe for all of us to consume, but …
  • Things we do not know about boxer dogs
    Boxer dogs were developed from an old breed known as the Brabanter Bullenbeisser from Belgium, which was used to hunt wild boar. The Brabanters were cross-bred with the early version of the English Bulldogs in 1830, and the cross-breeding came up with the Boxers …
  • The Function of Dog’s Tail
    The dog’s tail stands for a kind of language. Although different kinds of dogs’ tails are different, they all express the similar meaning. When the dog sees its master, it often wags its tail. This means it is happy to see the master. When …