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To be fair to both sides of the topic, we will do our best to cover both the pros and cons of dyeing your ... Read More ? Filed Under: Dog Care Tagged With: dog coat, dog fur, dog health, dyeing dog fur, fur color, fur dyeing Dog Nail Problems – Discover The Symptoms And Causes Of Nail Problems In Pets By Caroline 1 Comment The dog’s nails are not really something that many dog owners notice. Usually, when you do a quick check on your dog’s body, your attention goes from their eyes, ears, mouth, fur, body, and limbs. It’s very rare that you pay attention to their nails unless it starts making a clicking sound or when your dog starts limping. There are dogs that are quite sensitive when it comes to their paws and nails which is why many pet owners usually decide to not pay any attention or to have pet groomers deal with it instead. Yes, there is ... Read More ? Filed Under: Dog Care Depression In Dogs – Important Facts You Need To Know About Doggy Depression By Caroline 2 Comments The topic of this article may come as a shock to many pet owners but depression in dogs do happen. Just like us humans, our canine companions can be depressed for various reasons. This may have resulted from a recent move or a member of the pack dying. Dog depression could also be caused due to certain illnesses. Unlike us humans though, dogs can’t really tell us how they’re feeling. They can’t express their feelings through words so it’s up to us as their owners to notice these changes. Although the research for depression ... Read More ? Filed Under: Dog Care Pet Nail Clipping Tips – 3 Important Things To Look For When Buying Pet Nail Clippers By Caroline Leave a Comment One of the things that you don’t usually see in a dog owner’s home are a pair pet nail clippers. 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Filed Under: Dog Care Tagged With: dog care, dog socialization, dog training, socializing dogs Healthier And Happier Dogs – Learn More About Spaying Or Neutering Your Canine Pals By Caroline 1 Comment As a dog owner, one of the most important decisions you will have to make is whether or not to have your dog spayed/neutered. Although we advocate this procedure we do respect pet owners who decide not to have their dogs go through this process. If you do decide not to have your dog spayed/neutered be sure that you’ll be able to take care of your dog’s puppies if she does get pregnant. Bear in mind that there is currently an overpopulation of dogs in the United States. Owners who are not capable of taking care of these puppies ... Read More ? 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