• Archive for April, 2015

Month: April 2015

  • Pet Obesity in Dogs

    Pet Obesity in Dogs As many of 40% of dogs in the Canada are thought to be obese, and the problem comes about in pets in pretty much the same way as humans, with the only difference being that it should be easier to control, as they need us to feed them. Also as with […]
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  • How to Check if Your Dog Is Healthy and Happy?

    How to Check if Your Dog Is Healthy and Happy? Most canine companions love their owners unconditionally, and are exuberant in physically displaying their happiness, love and affection for their human care-givers. A dog that is happy may exhibit a variety of different traits, from perky ears and a wagging tail, to a calm, […]
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  • Traveling Safely With Your Dog this Summer

    Traveling Safely With Your Dog this Summer With the warmer weather very quickly approaching, you’ll more than definitely be wanting to pack up and spend a few days or weeks away on a nice relaxing holiday. For the dog lovers out there, it has never been easier to bring your best friend along, and with […]
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  • ID Tags for your Pet

    Nearly 1000 pets in Canada alone go missing every day, and reuniting that pet with his owner can be difficult if there are no forms of identification present. Micro chipping should always be done from an early age, as this is a digital form of ID which can be read by any rescue center, veterinary […]
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  • The Best Training Incentives for your Dog

    The Best Training Incentives for your Dog The Best Training Incentives for your Dog – When it comes to training your dog, its important to have some form of reward to help your dog to understand when its doing well. Positive reinforcement helps to strengthen good behavior, making it more likely your dog will repeat […]
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  • Interacting With Your Dog Through Play

    Interacting With Your Dog Through Play Interacting With Your Dog Through Play – Dogs are social animals, and a fantastic way to build a strong bond with your dog is interacting with them through play. Most dogs love to play, and as domesticated animals, they have never lost their playfulness and puppyish enthusiasm, so it […]
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  • Banana Peanut Butter Dog Treats

    Banana Peanut Butter Dog Treats “A yummy dog treat especially for holidays.” 1/2 Cup All Natural Peanut Butter 1/4 Cup Warm Water 1/2 Cup Mashed or Pureed Banana 1 Tbsp. Honey 1 Egg 1 3/4 Cups Wheat Flour Parchment Paper Instructions: Mix peanut butter and warm water in a large bowl with a fork until […]
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  • Dog Training Fundamentals

    Dog Training Fundamentals From teaching a few basic manners and tricks in the home, to attending training classes, all the way through to the Canadian Kennel Club assessments and dog competitions, the basics of dog training remain the same. Here are a few fundamentals to remember, whatever you are teaching. Dog training should be fun. […]
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  • Key Nutrients in Dog Food

    Key Nutrients in Dog Food We all know that for humans Vitamin C can help against cold, and glucosamine can help with joints. But is it the same for dogs? And what else is beneficial? Here is a quick guide to nutrients and ingredients you may find in good quality dog food. Vitamin A – […]
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