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  • How Long Can A Dog Go Without Water
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    How Long Can A Dog Go Without Water?

    Dogs, like any other pets, need to eat and drink to survive. But how long can a dog go without water? Dogs can survive without water for around 2 to 3 days. That sounds like a long time before they pass out from not drinking anything. But keep in mind that this is not absolute. […] More

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    9 Signs That Your Dog Is In Pain

    Pain, according to Monheim, is an unpleasant emotional experience usually initiated by noxious stimulus and transmitted over a specialized neural network to the central nervous system where it is interpreted as such. As humans, pain often compels us to lie on our side when we sleep when we have back problems, or take medications when […] More

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    6 Signs Your Dog is Depressed

    If you are in a state of panic and are currently searching for home remedies for your dog who had a complete change in behavior and routine, you might have missed a common problem that they go through but often goes unnoticed: dog depression. You might not believe it, but your dogs could be suffering […] More

  • how to bond with a dog
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    The Right Way to Bond with Your Dog

    It’s essential when bringing a dog into your family to know how to create a trusted and lasting bond. Many people misunderstand what this means and end up dissatisfied with their pet or even get rid of them altogether. By understanding your dog’s nature and learning how to cultivate those instincts into positive behavior, you […] More

  • home remedies for dog scooting
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    9 Effective Home Remedies For Dog Scooting That Work Fast

    Many people might say that dog scooting is normal, and you should not be worried about it. But if it is your first time to see your dog scoot and he or she does it multiple times a day, this habit might not be as simple as it is. Underlying issues might have caused this […] More

  • Why Do Dogs Dig Holes and Lay in Them?
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    Why Do Dogs Dig Holes and Lay in Them?

    Help! My dog digs holes and lay in them! There is nothing odd when you see your little pooch digging around. Almost all dog owners will agree that this is merely behavioral, and there is no reason to be worried, especially if your dog belongs to the Hound group like Dachshund, Beagle, Bloodhound, Whippet, Saluki, […] More

  • How to Get my Dog to Stop Barking at Night
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    How to Get my Dog to Stop Barking at Night

    Help! My dog barks every night with no apparent reason! It’s late. Finally, after a lot of turning, and tossing — you’re ready to sleep. You thought that you would eventually get that good sleep you deserve, but out of nowhere, your dog starts to bark relentlessly. Worse, you see no apparent reason why he […] More

  • Keeping the Family Dog through the Hardest of Financial Times
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    Keeping the Family Dog through the Hardest of Financial Times

    The government has imposed drastic social distancing measures to control the spread of the Covid-19 virus. This forced countless of small to large businesses to close their doors, causing millions of unemployed workers to be left behind. Many are struggling to pay their rent and utilities, food banks reporting an unprecedented increase in demand, and […] More

  • Insecure Dog Symptoms
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    Insecure Dog Symptoms and How You Can Help

    Today you called your dog’s name and he didn’t respond. You started looking for him and noticed that he is hiding cowardly under the table. You tried to approach him, but he snarled at you. Another day, there was a severe thunderstorm, and he started barking uncontrollably. Emotional insecurity, fear, and lack of confidence in […] More

  • When is Heavy Panting Normal in Dogs?
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    When is Heavy Panting Normal in Dogs?

    As we enter the summer season, we will notice our dogs panting more often than usual. Panting is their primary way to get rid of excess body heat (take it as their version of sweating). By doing so, it allows them to evaporate heat and moisture from their nose, lungs, throat, and exhaled through the […] More

  • Tips to Survive Working from Home with a Puppy
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    10 Tips to Survive Working from Home with a Puppy

    Due to the coronavirus pandemic, most of us are forced to work from home. This means more cuddling and playing with our dogs; however, this brand-new setup also has its fair share of challenges, especially if you need to maintain a noise-free environment.  Worry no more because, in this article, we will share with you […] More

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