• January 27, 2022

Loving man’s best friend

I am unabashedly a dog lover. Do not misunderstand. I like cats, birds, any animal that comes to mind, except spiders and snakes. Definitely not spiders and snakes. But I really love dogs. I have always had a dog. Growing up we had cocker spaniels, Taffy and Winkie. Then we had a poodle, Jolie. After…

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My Dog Keeps Coughing – What Should I Do?

My Dog Keeps Coughing My dog keeps coughing and it sounds like he’s getting sick. This is called a productive cough. This condition can cause exercise intolerance or a reluctance to go for walks. It can also cause snuffles and gagging. Sometimes, he will even reverse sneeze, which is an indication of a more serious…

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Dog dominance behavior: hump and dog mounting problems

Among the many dog ​​dominance behaviors, the ones that are surrounded by perhaps more myths than any other are dog mounting problems and women who fuck dogs. No, contrary to popular opinion, these unpleasant instinctual dog behaviors have absolutely nothing to do with sex. What a shame, however, for those who do not know this!…

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Five Cat Food Factors That Discourage Feline UTD

One of the most common causes of feline urinary tract disease (FLUTD) is what your cat eats. A feline diet that is too high in carbohydrates and magnesium, and low in protein can lead to FLUTD. When their cat is initially diagnosed with FLUTD, feline owners will generally first try to get their kitten to…

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Who Invented Bacon?

There is not much information on who invented bacon, but bacon or also known as bacoun, was used to generally describe pork. Bacon is the meat from the sides, belly, or loin of a pig. The meat of other animals can also be used to prepare meat similar to bacon. It is cured and usually…

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My cat eats grass, what is the big problem?

I have had many cats my whole life. Two things I know for sure is that they are very picky eaters and love to eat grass. What I also know is that they never got sick just from eating grass. It is what they do. So why do they really do it? There are many…

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Puppy teething: how to make the process easier

Puppies start teething between three and six months of age. They chew whatever they can around the house to relieve pain and discomfort from pressure on the gums. Puppies’ teething process can be facilitated by providing chew toys and simple aids like ice cubes. Chew toys are made of hard rubber or plastic, but will…

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Weimaraner breed and traits

I love my beautiful “Gray Ghosts”. The Weimaraner is a particularly striking breed with its silky silver-gray coats and greenish-blue eyes. However, they are not for everyone. I wouldn’t trade mine for anything in the world, but I knew what I was getting into before I got them by doing extensive research on different dog…

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How to prevent beagles from biting humans

Are you having trouble biting with your Beagle? Read on for tips on managing bites in Beagles of different ages. People would definitely like to have an energetic yet obedient Beagle as a pet. However, they are often faced with a situation where the dog attacks a human being. They then decide to learn how…

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Pros and cons of raising a puppy or dog

If you knew more about what raising a puppy or dog entails and the benefits it brings, would that be something you would consider? The primary goal of parenting is to temporarily house and prepare a puppy or dog for adoption. As with everything in life, there are pros and cons. Decisions must be made…

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