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    THE DOGGY BLOG

    • Most dogs love to chew and chewing is very important for dogs oral and mental health. It provides healthy mental stimulation, exercises the jaw muscles, helps keep teeth clean and chewing releases endorphins, which makes a dog feel happier. It also prevents behavior problems and chewing on inappropriate objects. These are just some of the good reasons why you should provide safe and healthy chews for your furry friend.

       

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    • 24 Oct 2019 Posted by Admin 0

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      Posted in Dog Care Dog Training

      We, including our dogs, need a vacation on our everyday life. Or even if you don’t need a vacation, your dog might do! Dogs, just like us, also feel overwhelmed and going on a holiday is a great way to alleviate stress for both dogs and their owners. Vacations present opportunities such as quality social time, which is a dog’s main desire.

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    • There are several reasons why our dog can become sick. Dog health problems range from infections to cancers. All our dogs require regular medical attention to treat minor ailments. Understanding some common dog illnesses and diseases are some of the simple steps to keep our dogs healthy and minimize the incidence of issues like these. In addition, seeing your vet regularly for wellness exams can help you discover health problems before they get out of control. There are many health issues that can affect dogs and below are among the most common.

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    • One of the greatest parts of having a dog is sharing adventures with your best friend. Traveling can be highly stressful for both you and your dog. It’s important that you prepare your dog for a long trip. You can get your dog geared up by taking him on a series of short drives first, gradually lengthening time spent in the car.

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    • Separation anxiety in dogs are defined as a dog problem behavior that shows itself through symptoms like barking, whining, excessive salivation, destroying items, attempting to escape from the crate and scratching at walls, floors and door.

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    • Did you know that spoiling and pampering your dog can confuse him and increase anxiety, leading to unwanted behaviors? But your dog is your best friend, your constant companion, always there to listen to you, love you unconditionally and cuddles with you. So why wouldn’t you want to pamper your dog every once in a while, right?

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    • 07 May 2019 Posted by Admin 0

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      Posted in Dog Care Dog Products Dog Treats & Chews

      Dogs like to chew. Chewing is a natural behavior for all dogs because it allows them to explore the world around them, exercise their jaws and even clean their teeth. It also engages them mentally and alleviates boredom. It helpsexpels energy and produces feel-good chemicals in their brain, keeping them calm and relaxed. So, can we relive their stresses by allowing them to chew? Absolutely!

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    • 13 Mar 2019 Posted by Admin 0

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      Posted in Dog Care Dog Products Dog Treats & Chews Dog Training

      Whether your dog is young or old, there’s a lot of things you might not know about him! Here are some fun facts about your dog that you may not know about:

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    • Chewing is a natural dog behavior and can provide mental stimulation, relieves anxiety, boredom and satisfies your dogs’ natural urge to chew. It also helps remove tartar and plaque from building up on your dog’s teeth. It also helps lessen bad breath, keep your dogs’ jaw strong and minimize the risk of potentially serious dental and health problems.

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    • 11 Oct 2017 Posted by Admin 0

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      Posted in Dog Training

      Dogs need a lot more sleep than humans, and napping is a typical way they balance their sleeping hours. It is not uncommon for adult dogs to sleep 14 hours a day. Puppies often sleep about 18 hours every day, although sometimes all this sleep occurs in a lot of small sessions rather than some larger ones.

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