Stop Your Dog Digging-Now


Dogs love to dig. Turn over some soft dirt in your yard to start a garden or plant a rosebush and the   digging seems to go on and on. It can be annoying to contend with a dog that digs.

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Puppy Supplies-What To Have

Bringing home a new puppy is a very exciting time for both the new owner and the puppy. A few essential supplies will help make it easier for both. Let's take a look as some of these supplies.
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Dog Fashion

Move over humans, you're not the only ones who can fill your wardrobe with the latest fashions! Your pet also has some amazing options when it comes to dog clothing these days. From trendy coats to the latest in shoes and jumpers, your pet has a large range of designer wear to choose from.
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Dog Collars

Before purchasing a new dog collar, there are a few things you should consider. Keeping in mind the size and age of you dog, what is the purpose of the collar? Will the dog be trained by children as well as adults? Keeping these questions in mind, it is good to know what kind of collars are available and what is their purpose.

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Traveling With Your Dog

In today's society it is acceptable to bring your dog along on vacation. Many things have to be considered when taking your dog on a trip such as what type of transport will be used and what dog travel carriers to use. The following things should be considered for the next trip you take with your dog.

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Mixed Breed Dogs or Purebred Dogs


A mixed breed dog is a dog whose genetic background is unknown and one that shares characteristics between two or more different breeds. These types of dogs can go by many different names like mutt, mongrel, or random bred dog.

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How To Use Dog Crates

Humans have turned dogs into pets over the past few generations. While they are friendly towards people they still retain a few traits from their relative, the wolf. This can be seen in a wolf den, as cubs mature they learn to do their business outside the den. This behavior ensures that the den remains clean. Dogs also use dens to raise their young and to be sheltered from the elements.

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