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Diana Beth Miller

Diana Beth Miller
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Diana currently lives and works in London, UK and she's been an animal lover and dog owner since she was a child. After graduating high school, she focused on getting her degree in English to become a writer with a focus on animals, pets and dogs.

10 Choices of Best Cheap Dog Food Brands

No dog breed and no canine is the same. Every dog is different, and therefore, every one of your dogs will have different nutritional needs....

Top 5 Best Paw Balms for Dog’s Paw Protection, Hyperkeratosis, Dry...

Cold weather, hot and dry weather, rough terrain, and sometimes genetics cause our dogs to suffer from calluses and lesions on the nose and...

Top 5 Best Puppy Milk Replacers

Sometimes mother dogs are not able to produce enough milk to feed their pups. Other times they may be unwilling to do so, or...

100 New Year’s Resolutions for Dog Owners

Looking for a New Year’s resolution for the upcoming year? If you’re a dog owner, we have a few great suggestions! These new year’s...

Puppy Socialization Checklist for New and Experienced Owners

An important part of raising any well-adjusted dog is ongoing socialization training. Without adequate socialization, your dog may grow up to be a fearful...

Congestive Heart Failure in Dogs: 10 Things You Should Do

You’re starting to worry that your older dog isn’t able to keep up the way he used to. It’s taken its time to show,...

20 Most Dangerous Christmas Decorations for Dogs

Making sure that your dog is safe during Christmas can be a really demanding task, especially if you are not familiar with all possible...

5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Gift Dogs for Christmas

Choosing a Christmas gift for your friends or family members is not an easy thing to do, and in many cases, it is downright...

A Case Against Cutting Dogs’ Tails and Ears

With the excitement of bringing home a purebred puppy, many new owners are given the option that they perhaps had never even thought of...

39 Christmas Safety Tips for Pet Owners [Infographic]

Christmas isn’t too far off, and experienced pet owners know that this means a house full of potential pet hazards. If this is your...

40+ Most Unique Holiday Gifts for Dog Owners and Dog Lovers

The holidays are just around the corner again, and you're probably getting ready to do gift shopping for your dog-adoring friends and family. You've...

Dogs with Sensitive Stomachs: FAQs and What You Should Know

Your dog has been having a lot of gas lately. It’s hard not to notice. You can hear the grumbling going on loudly in...

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12 Ways to Prevent and Treat Anal Glands in Dogs

Experts don’t know what use the anal glands have to canines, although many ideas have been tossed around. Anal gland disease occurs due to...

Dog Poop Color Chart: What It All Means

Cleaning up yard waste is not anyone’s favorite chore. Since you walk your dog through the neighborhood, you politely clean up his waste each...

40 Tips On How to Make Your Dog Happy

One of the first thoughts that pop (or should pop) in the heads of most new dog owners is “How do I make sure...

10 Ways Dogs Communicate Their Sense of Humor According to Science

The personal experiences of at least 50 million dog devotees combined with the high science of a handful of rat-, ape- and dog-tickling animal...

26 Most Active Dogs for Energetic Owners

Some owners cannot handle very active dog breeds. It takes plenty of energy to care for a hyperactive dog than a lazy one. These...

6 Safety Tips for Cutting Dog’s Nails at Home

Is your dog making annoying clicking noises everywhere he walks? Does it seem like he is having pain when walking? It may be time...

Can Dogs Get Poison Ivy?

Poison Ivy is a plant that grows in sunny or partially shaded areas, most notably around trees or rock formations. It possesses oil, otherwise...

Guidelines and Diet for Dogs with Struvite Crystals

Dogs can develop stones just like humans. A large part of therapy for struvite crystals in dogs is the diet. If your dog is suffering...

Water Intoxication in Dogs: What You Must Know [Infographic]

Water intoxication in dogs is what happens when a canine consumes excess water; this can be from playing in the pool or biting at...

8 Signs Your Dog Is Experiencing Joint Pain

Recognition and limiting pain and distress are two key goals of animal care that every pet owner strives to meet. Unfortunately, signs symptoms of...

5 Ways to Help Dogs With Itchy Skin

Consistent itching and scratching in dogs – a valid and common concern for most pet owners. It's normal for dogs to experience some kind of...