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How to Kill Fleas on Dogs

Dogs are an ideal host for a family of fleas. This is why it's important that every owner know how to kill fleas on dogs. Here's my detailed guide on this.

Pet Hair Clippers for Dogs: A Buyer’s Guide

Which pet hair clippers for dogs you're going to buy will depend on a few factors. Knowing how you will use the clippers, what...

How to Teach a Dog to Sit with Positive Reinforcement

You need to begin training your dog as soon as you bring him home. Learning how to teach a dog to sit will be one of the first commands you'll teach.

How to Clean Dog Paws After a Walk

Dogs walk through all kinds of dirt and debris on a daily basis. Learning how to clean dog paws after a walk will prevent this dirt from entering your home.

How to Keep Dog Off Bed in 10 Simple Steps

Some owners complain that they don't sleep as well with their pup in their bed. Learning how to keep dog off bed will ensure you sleep well every night.

How to Get Dog Hair Off Clothes

There aren't many downsides to owning a dog, but shed hair is on the top of the list. This article shares my tips for how to get dog hair off clothes.

How to Start a Dog Boarding Business

Dog boarding is a great business opportunity for animal lovers and, according to The American Pet Products Association, is also one of the fastest...

Benefits of Using Waterless Dog Shampoo

If your dog loves water - swimming, bathing, playing - then you are incredibly lucky. Some dogs hate water so much that when it...

How to Use Pet Treats to Keep Your Dogs Happy

It can be incredibly difficult to keep your dog happy if you work outside of your home, or don't have a lot of time...

How to Deal With Dog Aggression Without Training Collars

Dogs aren’t always going to behave; that common sense knowledge is apparent to every pet owner in the world. However, not all dogs misbehave...

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"Smart breeds" is a category used to describe trainable dog breeds who are fast and adept learners (source). They are the main protagonists in...
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Snake Avoidance Training for Dogs

Dog owners who live in areas with venomous snakes know how dangerous these animals can be to their pets. Snake avoidance training for their...
Top 13 Balanced Homemade Dog Food Recipes

13 Balanced Homemade Dog Food Recipes

Cooking for your dogs, when done right, can be very advantageous for the pet's health. With the number of recipes we have here, there's...
How to Find a Reputable Dog Breeder Locally

How to Find and Identify A Reputable Breeder

We believe in adopting shelter dogs, but some families prefer to purchase their puppies from breeders. In these circumstances, it’s important to support a...
Metamucil for Dogs - Its Uses, Benefits and Side Effects

Metamucil for Dogs: Its Uses, Benefits and Side Effects

Dogs can suffer from irregular bowel movements just like humans do. One of the most common problems is constipation, which you can treat with...
10 Signs of Puppy Scams (And How to Avoid Them)

10 Signs of Puppy Scams (And How to Avoid Being Tricked)

Everybody agrees that adopting a rescue dog from a shelter is always more praiseworthy. But if you're set on buying a puppy of a...
My Dog Is Scared of Me - 10 Things to Do

My Dog Is Scared of Me: 10 Things to Do

When your dog is scared of you, it's not only a devastating feeling, but it also becomes increasingly difficult to train, groom, and feed...
15 Reasons for Blood in Dog's Stool

15 Reasons for Blood in Dog’s Stool

If you noticed blood in a dog's stool, there could be several causes. Generally, there are two types of blood present in a dog’s...