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    Having a missing dog can be a very difficult experience, but it happens to even the most careful owners. The fact is, it’s not possible to supervise your dog at all times, and dogs are curious and like to explore. For example, it’s easy enough for your dog to slip out a door that has been...
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    How do you make sure your dog doesn’t bite anyone? There are a number of steps you can take, which we’ll briefly outline in this article. “Play” biting When dogs play together, they often gently nip each other. This is normal dog behavior, and not something you need to worry about or try to...
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    Obesity among dogs is a common problem, and a serious one as it creates a greater risk for other medical problems. How do you tell if your dog is overweight? Following are a few tips that will help you determine if his weight is healthy or not. Check your dog’s ribs. First, stand above your...
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    Your puppy’s health — the first step Once they have been weaned, most puppies can expect to live long, happy lives. Some breeds have a longer average life span than others. Most dogs live between 8 and 15 years, and some individuals live well beyond that. Generally speaking, small and toy...
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    When your dog was a puppy you may have welcomed him on the couch with you. However, now that he's an adult dog you may find his behavior unacceptable. You can train your dog to stay off the furniture even though he's used to being on it — it just takes consistency and patience. If you decide...
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    Your dog's good health starts with you. You know your dog best, and you spend the most time with him so it makes sense that you would be the first to know when your dog is not himself. The home health-check can be a valuable tool in spotting the signs of a health problem right away. If you...
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    Dogs may be our best friends, but they're very different from us. Understanding how your dog interacts with his environment is important to understanding how best to communicate with him. To help you, the following article looks at smell, sight, sound, taste and touch — from your dog's...
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    Preparing for visits to the veterinarian Visiting the veterinarian should be a regular part of your puppy’s life. These visits will continue to be part of his life into adulthood so investing some careful time and planning into each visit now will help teach him that the veterinary clinic...
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    Reading your puppy’s body language One of the reasons puppies make such good pets is the remarkable way they can communicate with people. Our puppies see us as an extension of their own canine family, and are very quick to interpret our own moods and intentions. Understanding how your puppy...
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    Just like you, your puppy needs excellent nutrition to grow into a healthy adult. He needs high quality food full of the appropriate amounts of vitamins and minerals to develop properly, especially during rapid growth. Although there are many supplement products that are supposed to be "good"...
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    Having a puppy who runs into his crate on command is more than just a convenience - it can keep him safe too. For example, if a glass breaks in the kitchen, giving your puppy the "crate" command can keep him away from the broken glass until it has been cleaned up. If guests stop by unexpectedly...
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    As your pup nears adulthood, grooming requirements can change. Owners of short coated pups have nothing to worry about. Their pups are low-maintenance, being drip-dry from birth to old age. But pups with others types of coats may require careful attention during this transitional time. Knowing...
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