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Do You Have a Spoiled Dog?These 5 Signs Show That You Are Spoiling Them

Do You Have a Spoiled Dog?These 5 Signs Show That You Are Spoiling Them

  Dogs are our best companions, our best friends, and a big part of our family. However, that doesn't mean that we need to spoil them. It can be difficult not to spoil your dog - just look at how adorable they are. But there is a point where you need to stop and set boundaries for yourself and your pet. If you pamper your dog too much, things will take a turn for the worse and you'll have to deal with a high maintenance pup in the future. Moreover, the older your dog gets, the more it will be...

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How to Care for Senior Dogs

How to Care for Senior Dogs

Aging is a normal part of life and at some point in our dog's life, they become seniors. The important thing to know is that as they get older, their care requirements are different compared to when they are young.  As they age, they become less active, their hearing isn't as sharp as before, and they are more prone to diseases. We, as pet parents will have to ensure they spend their golden years healthy and happy. Here are some of the ways you can do that. Don't Forget Their Semi-Annual Visits Regular visits to the vet are one of...

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Four Ways You Can Exercise Your Dog Indoors

Four Ways You Can Exercise Your Dog Indoors

Getting your dog enough exercise is an important routine for us pet parents so that we can help prevent our pets to have health issues such as obesity, muscle loss, diabetes, muscle loss and many others. In a previous study, dogs who are likely to exercise for 30 minutes to an hour each day are less likely to suffer from obesity than those who don't. There are several risk factors associated with overweight dogs such as orthopedic disease, higher chance to get neutered, and increased body condition score (BCS) There are many situations that prevent you from going outside to...

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8 Ways to Stop Your Dog's Destructive Chewing Behavior

8 Ways to Stop Your Dog's Destructive Chewing Behavior

It is normal for dogs to use their mouth as a way of exploring the world around them. Chewing is normal, especially for puppies, but it becomes undesirable when directed towards your shoes, furniture, clothes, or even your hands and feet. If this type of inappropriate chewing is not corrected, then it can lead to wide-scale destruction of your property. Here are eight things you can do to correct inappropriate chewing behavior before it becomes worse. Understand Your Dog Dogs, especially puppies, explore the world by putting objects in their mouths. And like babies, they have teeth for about six...

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