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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.

Canine Good Citizen Certification: Everything You Need to Know

The AKC Canine Good Citizen program provides a solid foundation of behavioral training for your dog, but it also comes with some unexpected additional...

How to Afford an Expensive Pet Surgery

Raising and caring for a dog can become costly, but there are several veterinary financing options you have to choose from. One of the...

5 Emergency Vet Care Financing Options

When pets become suddenly or terminally ill, their owners can find themselves in a difficult and emotionally painful situation. Luckily, with a healthy animal,...

The Complete Guide to Different Types of Assistance Dogs

For anyone looking into adopting an assistance animal to help with your day-to-day life, it's crucial to understand the differences between the various types of...

The Business of Dog Smuggling and How It Works

One of the largest animal welfare issues is the one that most people aren't aware of: puppy trafficking. As the popularity of pets, dogs...

The Best Savings Accounts for Pet Owners

Owning a pet, although a wonderful experience, can be expensive, especially when you factor in annual vet fees and monthly expenses such as preventative...

The Best Fitness Trackers for Dogs

Fitness trackers aren’t just for humans anymore. Pet technology continues to evolve, which helps dog owners to monitor their pets, take better care of...

30 Ways to Entertain a Bored Dog

A bored dog is a “naughty dog” if for no other reason than they will find a way to entertain themselves if you fail...

101 Unique Gifts for Dog Lovers for Any Occasion

Choosing the right gift for a person you care for is not always easy. However, if you are buying a gift for a dog...

25 Ways to Be a Responsible Dog Owner

Being a responsible dog owner isn’t just something that you owe to your dog, it’s something that you owe to the general public. This...

The 45 Best Dog Winter Coats

Not every pup needs a dog winter coat, but if yours does, it can be difficult to determine which ones are worth the investment....

The 50 Most Tough Dog Beds

There are a million and one dog beds to choose from, but if your dog is a chewer, your choices are a little more...

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Giving dogs chicken broth made from a bone base (also known as bone broth) is all-the-rage among dog lovers and nutritionists. Nevertheless, dog owners...
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Dog Scared of Farts? Why and What to Do

Our pets can be are scared of many things which don’t seem concerning to us. If you have a dog, you certainly know their...
Can Dogs Eat Hard Boiled Eggs

Can Dogs Eat Hard Boiled Eggs?

With a long list of human foods that we should never give our dogs, such as almonds, grapes, and chocolate, eggs are actually great...
What Is a Service Dog

What Is a Service Dog?

Service dogs are all the rage these days, and for a very good reason. That said, some owners may consider their pets to be...
The Best Dog Massage Videos

The Best Dog Massage Videos

Giving your dog a massage might sound unusual or you might think that it is not necessary. However, dogs do indeed like massages as...
Bumps on a Dogs Back - 7 Things It Could Be and What To Do

Bumps on a Dog’s Back: 7 Things It Could Be and...

You’re carelessly petting your dog and suddenly you notice a lump on their back. Your heart starts racing and you question yourself whether the...
Dog Domestication History (In Years)

Dog Domestication History (In Years)

How dogs came to be domesticated from their grey wolf ancestors is a long and complex history. And depending on which resources and scientific...
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What to Do If Your Dog Coughs Up Blood?

If you notice that your dog is coughing, this is generally not a cause for alarm. However, if you see that the dog coughs...
Reasons Why Your Dog Is Having Trouble Pooping

Reasons Why Your Dog Is Having Trouble Pooping

When your dog is having trouble pooping, there can be a plethora of reasons why they are having problems. It's important to understand the...
Dog Bite Bacteria and Infectious Diseases - A Guide for Owners

Dog Bite Bacteria and Infectious Diseases: A Guide for Owners

Every year in the United States there are 4.5 million cases of dog bites. Dog bites make up 90% of all animal bites that...