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All information about puppies and young dogs: advice, tips, products, puppy food reviews and other need-to-know information for a dog owner.

15 Tips on Pet Proofing Your Home in Preparation for a...

I’ve heard the advice that new parents should literally crawl around their home to get an idea of what their growing toddler might get...

26-Step Checklist for Adopting a New Adult Dog or Puppy

Bringing home a new dog is exciting, but if you aren’t prepared, it can also be exceptionally overwhelming. Fortunately, the following checklist can make...

15 Tips on Dog Pregnancy and Whelping to Help You Through...

You’re expecting puppies, how exciting! Whelping is a term used to cover the entire process of birthing puppies, from the initial dog pregnancy to...

Top 50 Best Chew Toys for Puppies

Chew toys are an important part of any puppy’s life, not just for entertainment value, but for training purposes too. A good chew toy...

15 Ways to Prevent Dogs from Chewing Furniture and Your Belongings

We’ve all been there - you turn your back for a moment or you leave your dog unsupervised, and you’ve lost a precious item...

Top 12 Best Large Breed Puppy Foods

Puppies need to eat a diet that is specifically formulated for their unique nutritional needs. Similarly, large breed dogs have their own list of nutritional...

Your Dog Knows You Can’t Resist Those Puppy Eyes, Study Says

Dogs give you the puppy face not just because they want food. They’re actually trying to initiate a communication with you, according to a...

Top 10 Best Small Breed Puppy Foods

Puppies need specifically formulated food that meets their unique nutritional needs. Likewise, small breed dogs have their own list of nutritional needs that differ from...

Dogs Know Exactly When to Break Out the Puppy Eyes

Yes, your dog knows what he’s doing when he turns the pouty puppy eyes on you. Research shows that dogs understand human facial expressions...

10 Types of Dog Supplies Potentially Dangerous for Puppies

Young puppies often get into different kinds of troubles and pet owners need to be particularly careful to keep them away from danger. Puppies...

My Dog Bit Me: Reasons Why and What You Should Do

More than 4.5 million people suffer from dog bites in the US each year, and more than 800,000 receive medical attention for it, according...

16 Reasons Why Adopting a Second Dog Is a Good Idea

Adopting and caring for a dog can be an extremely rewarding experience. It’s really not surprising that there were almost 90 million adopted pet...

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FAQ: 23 Questions to Ask Before Buying a Dog Food Container

Buying dog food containers might seem like a simple task, but if you’re like me and put a little too much thought into everything,...
Best Medium and Best Small Dogs for Kids

35 Best Medium and Small Dogs for Kids

Picking a dog breed when you have a kid at home should be done with care and consideration. There are several best medium dogs...
Safety Adopting Dog for Family with Kids

14 Safety Tips for Adopting a Dog When You Have Kids

A dog can be a child’s best friend and playmate, but bringing a new dog home to a family with children can be worrying....
12 Reasons Senior Dogs Are Better Than Puppies

12 Reasons Why Senior Dogs Are Better Than Puppies

Think puppies are better and more fun? Most people do. But there are a ton of advantages to rescuing and caring for senior dogs,...
DNA Test for Dogs - Veterinarians Guide

The Vet’s Guide on DNA Tests for Dogs

My first dog was a “pound puppy” – a stray that had been picked up by the county animal control and was friendly enough to be put up for adoption at the local shelter. He was a mutt – a mixed breed with few characteristics that could identify what his parentage might have been. If only I could have purchased a DNA Test for Dogs back then!
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Eye Infections in Dogs: Prevention and Treatment [Infographic]

Hang on, did your dog just wink at you? Unusual winking, blinking, rubbing, or pawing at the eyes is your pet's way of telling...
Top 24 Ways to Prevent Heatstroke in Dogs This Summer

24 Ways to Prevent Heatstroke in Dogs

The heat of the summer is in full swing, so it's time to start thinking about summer dangers for dogs, with overheating and heatstroke...
27 Unsafe Human Medicine for Dogs

27 Unsafe Human Medications for Dogs

There is some human medicine safe for dogs and it's fine to give it when under veterinary supervision. However, there are far more medications...
15 Dog Walking Dangers and Safety Tips

15 Dog Walking Dangers and Safety Tips

It cannot be avoided - taking your pooch for walks everyday is necessary as an exercise routine, to do the bathroom business and it's...
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8 Laws All Dog Owners Should Be Aware Of

As a dog owner in the United States, it is your responsibility to be aware of (and abide by) any laws that pertain to...