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Protecting Your Dog from Poisonous Plants

  Every dog needs to spend ample time outdoors going on walks and playing in the yard.  If you live in a location with a lot of ferns, ivy, flowers, and shrubs, however, you need to take extra steps to protect your pet from toxic exposure.  As a human being, you really only need to worry about running into poison oak or poison ivy.  Dogs however can have adverse reactions to many plants which are innocuous to humans.  Sometimes brushing against a toxic plant is enough to cause a reaction.  Other times, dogs get sick because they eat a plant..  - Read More

How Can You Control Fleas on Your Dog?

  Trying to figure out the secret for getting rid of dog fleas?  Once they find their way into your home, it is pretty tricky to remove them from your environment.  You might think finding a single flea is no big deal, but odds are that flea is a sign that there are hundreds of eggs and larvae nearby just waiting to grow into adult fleas and breed more.  And if your dog has a lot of fleas, you are dealing with a full-on infestation.   Controlling fleas on your dog isn’t just about removing them from your pet.  It..  - Read More

Why You Should Brush Your Dog

A lot of new pet owners overlook the grooming essentials which come with taking care of a dog.  One of those essentials is brushing and combing.  Why should you brush and comb your dog’s coat?  Just as you probably brush and comb your own hair for hygienic reasons and to preserve the health of your hair, brushing and combing a dog can help to keep your dog’s hair and skin healthy.  The reasons go far beyond appearances, so this is an important task to learn how to do.  Brushing a dog’s hair loosens up dead hair and removes it, which..  - Read More

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