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Crate Training Your Puppy: The Key To A Pee-Free Home

Puppy laying crate

Crate training, when done effectively, can be a helpful tool. Not only does it provide your new puppy with a sense of safety and stability, it also provides you, as a new puppy owner, with a way to establish order and rule in your home. Implemented and followed through with correctly, crate training is a win for all parties involved – especially for your puppy…

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My Dog Got Stung By A Bee: What Should I Do?

Dog rolling in grass with bee flying (caption: what should I do if my dog gets stung by a bee?)

Bees and wasps are one of nature’s little miracles for a curious canine. It’s hard for pups to resist these flying and buzzing wonders. Unfortunately, dogs don’t understand the pain these insects can inflict — and dogs’ faces and paws often pay the price. If your dog gets stung by a bee, what do you do? In most cases, you can help them at home. But some dogs suffer severe reactions, so it’s important to know when it’s time for emergency care…

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Best Dental Chews For Dogs: Give Your Dog A Pearly White Smile

Dog chewing on dental stick: Best Dental Chews for Dogs

You walk in the door after a long day of work and your dog jumps on you and gives you all the puppy kisses in the world. How sweet, but man does her breath stink! Your sweet pup is just trying to show you how much she missed you, but you are not enjoying the affection because she needs a mint fast!

Thankfully, dog dental chews can help with this. Not only can they freshen your pup’s breath, but they can also help with gum health and reduce plaque and tartar build up…

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Pros And Cons Of An Invisible Fence Collar

Dog with Invisible Fence Collar (caption: Invisible Fence Collar)

An invisible dog fence, also called an electric fence, is a wired fence placed underground. This creates an electrically charged boundary that keeps your pet within the confines of your yard without a physical fence. It is connected digitally to an invisible fence collar that the dog wears around its neck. So how exactly does an invisible fence work and what are its pros and cons?

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Dog Farting: Causes And Ways To Remedy Too Much Gas

Terrier tail in air while farting (caption: Dog Farting: Causes & Cures)

Help, my dog is farting a lot! Although typically not a big health concern, gas in dogs can be a real nuisance to live with (not to mention embarrassing when you have company over). Whether your dog is silent but deadly or has flatulence like a foghorn, we’re here to help you get to the bottom of this all-too-common occurrence…

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Hyperkeratosis In Dogs: Does Your Dog Have Hairy Feet?

Dog paw with Hyperkeratosis

Hyperkeratosis is also known as hairy dog feet. This is probably self explanatory, but it’s called this because it looks like your dog is growing abnormal hairs on his skin. This can be a painful experience which is why it’s important to take your dog to the vet. There may be an underlying cause as to why your dog has hyperkeratosis…

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CBD Dosage For Dogs: Clearing Up The Confusion

King Kalm DBD oil (caption: CBD Dosage For Dogs)

Choosing the correct CBD dose for your dog can be pretty confusing. First of all, each company’s dosing guidelines can vary widely because the concentration of CBD varies in the oils they produce. The dosage can also differ depending on the condition you’re trying to treat. For example, higher doses are typically recommended for more serious health conditions and lower doses for occasional anxiety or general well-being. And of course, you have your dog’s weight and underlying health issues to take into consideration…

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