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Adopting A Senior Dog

Adopting A Senior Dog

Give A Retirement Home To An Aging Dog Many people stick with cute, hyperactive puppies when they start considering adopting a dog. What many people fail to appreciate, though, is that senior dogs can be much easier and much more rewarding to take care of. True, they don’t stay with you that long, but they…

What Is Canine Urolithiasis In Miniature Schnauzers?
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What Is Canine Urolithiasis In Miniature Schnauzers?

Urolithiasis in canines is a disease that can affect many different breeds. Miniature Schnauzers are particularly likely to develop this condition. Urolithiasis is caused by urolith (stones), calculi, or kidney stones in the urinary tract. The condition is also referred to as urinary calculi, cystitis, or bladder stones. They are very much like kidney stones…

Amazing Border Collies Are Much Smarter Than Your Average Dog
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Amazing Border Collies Are Much Smarter Than Your Average Dog

What Nationality is the Border Collie? When a dog has “border” in its name, you can bet it comes from an area between two countries. The Border Collie is no exception since it originated in the region of . The name “collie” describes dogs bred in Scotland and Northern England, primarily for herding livestock. Herding…

Bearded Collie Dog Breed Information
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Bearded Collie Dog Breed Information

Bearded Collie: Bearded collie is medium-sized, hardy, agile, active, and a whirlwind of energy. They are good with children and family and can be trained very easily. Bearded Collies make excellent pets for those willing to accommodate their high energy level and grooming requirements. Weekly brushing is mandatory for keeping their long hair mat-free. Some…

Why Is My Dog Aggressive?

Why Is My Dog Aggressive?

Dogs are not normally aggressive, they are usually taught to be by their owner’s lack of education in training dogs or by being abused. Aggression in dogs is shown in several ways: Barking Growling Staring Mounting Biting, in extreme cases There is always a cause for a dog’s aggression, and hopefully there is a cure…