are-you-giving-best-food-to-your-dog

We dog lovers are tend to be very kind hearted people.  We share our home, our very cozy living room sofa, and most of the time our favorite food with our four legged furry friend, right? Obviously, Whiskey (my teetotaler dog) should also know what exactly my quick snack taste like, as I cannot turn down those big, begging eyes and wagging tail. However, one should be careful as nutrient rich hum...

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dog-vaccination-requirement-schedule-and-cost

Puppies are soft, sweet-smelling little ball of a happiness and when you welcome one into your family you know in back of your mind that he depends on you for , ample attention, gentle training, dog safe toys, proper socialization with family member/ friends and other pets, and suitable veterinary care. One of the other key responsibilities of any pet parent is making sure that their pooch rema...

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chocolate-poisoning-in-dogs

Sharing is always not caring, especially when you share human food with your dog. By sharing your food you are unknowingly poisoning your dog, one such example is chocolate. Chocolate, as much as we love it year round, can be joy or disaster depending on who eats it. Chocolate act as a poison in dogs and it is dependent on the type and quality of chocolate, we can say darker the chocolate more pot...

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giving-milk-to-dogs-is-it-safe

Dairy foodstuffs are one of the leading sources of food intolerance in dogs, also many dogs are lactose intolerant meaning they have difficulty in digesting milk. There are cases when lactose-intolerant dogs who have trouble in drinking milk can easily handle dairy products like cheese and plain yogurt, while others shows unfavorable response to dairy products in general. For lucky dog owners w...

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