• Giardia-The Common Puppy Parasite

  • How Your Dog Can Help You Make Friends and Meet People

  • 6 Things You Didn’t Know About the German Shepherd

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7 Things You Didn’t Know About the Yorkshire Terrier

Pint-sized and playful, Yorkies rank #3 on our most popular list of pups. But there’s a lot more to this pup beyond its cute and cuddly appearance. Here are 7 facts you need to know about Yorkies!

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The Bark Side: How to Stop Incessant Barking

The reality of the matter is that dogs bark. By following the following do’s and don’ts, you’ll be steps closer to keeping your dog quiet and getting the barking under control.

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Teaching Your Dog to Fetch

As simple as it may seem, teaching your pooch to retrieve can be quite a challenge! Start with the basics, and you’ll have your pup fetching in no time!

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6 Things You Didn’t Know About the German Shepherd

Intelligent. Brave. Strong. These are three words describing the German Shepherd (formally known as the German Shepherd Dog), America’s second-favorite dog, just behind the Labrador Retriever. But there’s more to these popular working companions than what you might think.

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How Your Dog Can Help You Make Friends and Meet People

Owning a dog comes with many perks. There’s the unconditional love, health benefits and sense of security, just to name a few. But what you may not know is that your furry friend can offer you companionship from humans, too.

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Giardia-The Common Puppy Parasite

If you’re worried about your new puppy being infected by Giardia, have no fear. We’ve laid out all you need to know about Giardia, answering some common questions and debunking misconceptions about the ailment.

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How to Deal With Your Dog’s Separation Anxiety

If you leave your pooch alone for extended periods of time (anywhere from 3-8 hours) on a regular basis, he will likely experience separation anxiety.

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Big or Small? Choosing a Dog Breed Based on Size

When it comes to deciding what kind of puppy to add to the family, size is a factor that should be considered. The difference between big and small dog breeds is for some, the difference between two completely different dogs.

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Car Safety: The Right Way to Transport Your Puppy

Many puppy parents don’t think twice about shuttling their new furry baby around in a car. But, what most don’t realize is that there are strict laws around transporting your four-legged pal in a moving vehicle.

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Fido, the Petsetter: Air Travel Safety

Whether flying in-cabin as carry-on or flying in cargo, we’ve outlined the key steps you can take for safely and responsibly flying your dog. Follow these tips and feel good about bringing your pup on that next vacation.

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A Stress-Free Guide to Pup Playdates

Pup playdates are a good chance to socialize your dog to new experiences and individuals, but there is a right and wrong way to go about them. Avoid a meeting mishap between your dog and his pup-pal by reading this to-do list and ensuring your playdate is a success!

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Epilepsy in Dogs: Is My Dog at Risk for Seizures?

Seizures don’t just affect those of us who walk on two legs. Our four-legged friends can also suffer from seizures, and if the fits of uncontrollable twitching turn into a pattern, your dog may have epilepsy.

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