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Does My Dog Need a Winter Bed?

Do you live somewhere with low temperatures during the winter months? If you are a new pet owner, you may be wondering whether the winter affects your furry friend. The answer is yes! When there are sub-zero and low temperatures, it will be time to change a dog’s routine so that they can stay warm and comfortable. Just like you need to adjust your heating and change your bedding, you will also have to prepare your pup for nights in winter. It is also essential to note that keeping your dog warm and cozy in winter goes a long way in ensuring top health in them. So, it is downright necessary to have a dog bed for your lovely canine....

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Hypoallergenic Dog Food – What You Need to Know

So, you noticed that your dog is itching like crazy and repeatedly shaking his head. You went to the vet to figure what’s wrong with your dog, and he told you it could be a food allergy. What does that mean? Likewise for humans, a food allergy can cause a wide range of symptoms in dogs too. The most common symptoms are gastrointestinal problems like bloating, excessive flatulence, a sensitive stomach, vomiting, or even diarrheal. It can also exhibit other symptoms like itching, sneezing, obsessive licking, skin rashes, and paw biting. In diagnosing your puppy’s condition, it can be helpful to learn that there is a difference between a food allergy and simple food sensitivity or tolerance. Your dog can...

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7 Things Your Dog Hates About You

Unknowingly, we do few things that may irk our fur balls or confuse them; our actions in some cases may be sending the wrong signals to the dog. Being aware of wrong ways that are confusing your dog will fetch you brownie points in crafting a lifelong bond with your dog. 1) Confusing the dog with different rules for its same behaviour It’s important to set limits and rules for the pet dog. But what’s more important is to adhere to them. Dogs enjoy a set pattern of do’s & don’ts, in simple words a stable routine day in and day out. Many times pet owners make the mistake of approving a certain dog behaviour and then reprimanding it for...

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