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  • Dog and Puppy care - we have the resources you need for dog and puppy care. Whether you're looking for general dog-care guidelines, hints on finding information on the importance of spaying or neutering, or advice on coping with the death of your beloved companion, you've come to the right place.
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  • Some dog lovers spend a great deal of time choosing the right dog breed before they decide to purchase a dog. For them, the dog’s breed is one contributing factor to its value.
    dog_breeds.html
  • When you shop for a purebred dog, you will probably notice that many breeders use the initials AKC when they talk about their purebred puppies. What exactly is the AKC?
    akc_dog_breeds.html
  • The Airedale Terrier was registered at AKC in 1959, as Terrier Group. The size of this dog is 22-24 in, and weight is 45-53 pounds. Airedale Terriers have double non-shedding wavy external coat with a smooth inner coat.
    airedale_terrier.html
  • If you melt at the sight of big sad eyes, you may not be able to resist buying a Basset Hound puppy. These dogs have eyes that would melt even the hardest heart and a sweet and loving disposition to boot.
    basset_hound.html
  • When you think of Beagles, you probably picture a pack of these little guys baying at the top of their lungs as they race after a fox or rabbit. While it is true that these dogs are popular hunting dogs and have been used to hunt for several centuries, they also make wonderful family pets.
    beagle.html
  • If you suffer from allergies, but want to have a dog, you may want to take a look at the Bichon Frise. This charming little dog's sole function is to provide companionship and it does its job extremely well.
    bichon_frise.html
  • The Bloodhound is a familiar sight in movies that feature escaped convicts. Although the sound of these big dogs baying as they find the scent they are searching for may be a chilling sound to an escapee, it can be a comforting sound.
    bloodhound.html
  • Do you want a dog that is as all American as apple pie? If so, you may want to consider the Boston Terrier, which is one of the few breeds developed in the USA.
    boston_terrier.html
  • If you want a dog that is a marshmallow with your children, but a strong deterrent to criminals, you may want to take a look at the Boxer.
    boxer.html
  • The Bull Terrier is a good dog that has developed a bad reputation. This dog was created to fight and when a Bull Terrier is mistreated, it can be made into a dog that is quite aggressive, even vicious.
    bull_terrier.html
  • A Bulldog is much more than a pair of sad eyes and droopy jaws, but this dog's appearance is a major reason for its popularity. The other reason these dogs are so popular is that they have a sweet and gentle nature.
    bulldog.html
  • If you watch television, you've probably seen celebrities like Paris Hilton toting around tiny dogs with big poppy brown eyes. These dogs, called Chihuahuas, are one of the smallest dog breeds in the world.
    chihuahua.html
  • Normally, a blue tongued dog would be a cause for concern. However, when that blue tongue belongs to your Chow Chow, it is completely normal. Chow Chows have a black tongue with a distinctive bluish tint.
    chow_chow.html
  • The Cocker Spaniel is such a pretty, graceful dog in the show ring that it is hard to imagine that this breed was developed to be a working dog.
    cocker_spaniel.html
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  • Doberman Pinschers are a common sight in the movies. People are used to seeing people running for their lives as aggressive dogs lunge at them with demonic looking eyes.
    doberman_pinscher.html
  • german_shepherd.html
  • golden_retriever.html
  • greyhound.html
  • jack_russell_terrier.html
  • If you want a dog that has a bubbly personality and a strong desire to make you happy, you may want to consider buying a Labrador Retriever.
    labrador_retriever.html
  • If you love the sleek, muscled appearance of the Doberman Pinscher, but you don't want a big dog, you may want to consider a Miniature Pinscher.
    miniature_pinscher.html
  • If you are looking for a family dog that will devote himself to keeping your children from getting into trouble, you may want to buy a Newfoundland.
    newfoundland.html
  • Loyal, friendly, protective, affectionate, fun. Those qualities have earned dogs a special place in the lives and hearts of humans. Most dogs now are owned as pets mainly because they are THE ideal pets.
    dog_health_care.html
  • Why are regular check-ups important? Every dog owner asks this type of question, often. If you failed to do the regular check-ups, then the dog may end up having some major diseases that you don't know about.
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  • What happens when the veterinarian examines your dog or puppy? During the examination of your dog, first you need to prepare the dog first psychologically for a better-restrained status.
    veterinarian_examination_process.html
  • Nursing a sick dog is one of the vital measures that a dog owner needs to understand. Similarly, when a dog becomes sick, the dog is in need of more care and affection based activities by the dog owners.
    nursing_a_sick_dog.html
  • Vaccinations need to be undertaken always by the pet owners and the dogs need to be vaccinated at the appropriate time. This helps to improve the resistance of the animal against some specific diseases causing frequently problems in dogs.
    vaccinations.html
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  • Grooming is one of the important activities to be known well by the dog owner. If the dog owner is not aware of the grooming, then the dog may encounter many types of diseases.
    grooming_your_dog.html
  • Bathing a dog needs to be given more emphasis. This is because of the fact that if you are careless in bathing, the animal may end up having some infections.
    how_to_bathe_your_dog.html
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  • Dogs need different diets at different ages. Yes. This is true. For example, the puppy needs milk as the major food item while an adult dog may need beef or chicken in addition to the boiled egg and milk.
    feeding_your_dog.html
  • Many people will give different types of answers based on their experience with their dogs. However, the scientific facts related to the feeding aspects in case of dogs need to be given emphasis during the feeding activities maintained in case of dogs.
    how_much_should_i_feed_my_dog.html
  • In order to be considered properly trained, there are some basic commands that he or she must master. Understanding these basic commands is vital to the well being of the dog, the owner and the family.
    training_your_dog.html
  • Anyone who owns a dog or puppy will eventually run into the need to eliminate unwanted habits. While most dogs are eager to please their owners and smart enough to do what is asked of them, it is important for the owner to properly communicate just what constitutes acceptable and unacceptable behaviors.
    changing_bad_dog_habits.html
  • There are many reasons for teaching proper dog behavior, and teaching such behavior has many benefits for both the human and canine partners.
    training_your_dog_for_proper_behavior.html
  • One of the most serious, and unfortunately most common, problem behaviors among dogs is that of chasing cars. Dogs must be trained as early as possible that chasing cars is not acceptable.
    dogs_that_chase_cars.html
  • Training a dog to come when it is called is a vital, and potentially life saving, part of any successful dog training program.
    training_your_dog_to_come_when_it's_called.html
  • Crate training is one of the most effective ways of house breaking any puppy or dog. Crate training is very efficient, and very effective, since it uses the natural instinct of the dog to achieve the desired result of a clean house and a well trained dog.
    crate_training_for_your_dog.html
  • While a hypoallergenic dog will not solve all of your allergy issues, you may notice that certain breeds of dog will not cause you as many problems as other breeds. Below is a list of hypoallergenic dogs that you can use when deciding which breed to buy.
    hypoallergenic_dogs.html
  • Finding a good dog breeder when you want to buy a hypoallergenic dog can be difficult if you do not know what you are looking for.
    finding_hypoalergenic_dogs.html
  • Buying a hypoallergenic dog may help reduce allergic reactions to dog hair and dander, but these dogs require special attention because of their hair. Most of these breeds have short coats that resemble human hair rather than traditional fur.
    grooming_and_brushing_tips_for_dogs_that_are_hypoallergenic.html
  • Dogs that are considered hypoallergenic may cause fewer allergic reactions in people who own them other breeds. There are many breeds of long hair, short hair, and hairless varieties to choose from depending on your particular allergies and what you are looking for in a dog.
    how_to_help_dogs_that_are_hypoallergenic.html
  • Do you love dogs, but have allergies? If you have a smaller home, a medium sized hypoallergenic dog might be perfect. Hypoallergenic dogs have a tendency to create less allergic reactions because of an absence of fur or a very low amount compared to most pets.
    hypoallergenic_medium_sized_dogs.html
  • The Schoodle, which is considered by some to be hypoallergenic, is the result of breeding Giant Schnauzers and Standard Poodles.
    is_the_schoodle_a_true_hypoallergenic_dog.html
  • While there are many breeds of hypoallergenic dogs, if you are looking for a dog that is unique, then you may want to research hairless breeds. While many people believe these breeds are made up of small dogs, this is not always the case.
    list_of_hairless_hypoallergenic_dogs.html
  • While a hypoallergenic dog will not solve all of your allergy issues, you may notice that certain breeds of dog will not cause you as many problems as other breeds. Below is a list of hypoallergenic dogs that you can use when deciding which breed to buy.
    list_of_hypoallergenic_dogs.html
  • While the Labrador retriever still remains the most popular dog that people want to own, for those with allergies, labs are not the best breed to choose
    list_of_top_three_hypoallergenic_dogs.html
  • Are you a dog lover? Do you live in an apartment or small home? Do you have allergies? A small dog with hypoallergenic fur might be the answer for you. “Hypo” is a Greek suffix meaning less or below.
    small_dogs_with_hypoallergenic_fur.html
  • Taking care of any dog can be rewarding and fun. But there is a great deal of responsibility as well. Small dogs can require more attention from their owners, they cannot be left alone for more than a day, and they may have health problems as they age.
    small_hypoallergenic_dogs.html
  • If you suffer from allergies, you are not alone. Even though most people suffer from some type of allergy, whether it is food, plant, or pet, they can usually find a way to enjoy their lives, which in many cases, includes having a few pets.
    tips_on_buying_a_hypoallergenic_dog.html
  • Hunting dogs, though traditionally used for hunting small game including foxes, rabbits, and others, have become household pets to many. Intelligent, graceful, and energetic, these dogs can bring joy and comfort to any home. Hypoallergenic hunting dogs are available for those who have problems with dog allergies.
    types_of_hypoallergenic_hunting_dogs.html
  • Even though many breeds are no longer used just for sporting or hunting, these dogs have become popular favorites among those who need a hypoallergenic dog that has an easy temperament.
    types_of_hypoallergenic_sporting_dogs.html
  • Dogs that have allergies show many signs including watery eyes, coughing and sneezing, excessive scratching and biting, vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, and moodiness.
    what_are_common_signs_of_dogs_with_hypoallergenic_problems.html
  • Human beings are not the only species that can suffer from allergies. Dogs can also have allergic reactions to objects in the home, chemicals and pollutants in the air, dog food, and their own hair and dander.
    what_we_can_do_to_help_hypoallergenic_dogs.html
  • A hypoallergenic giant schoodle is a mix between a giant schnauzer and a standard poodle. This means that the dogs are medium size and have short hair, which is why they are considered good for those who suffer from allergies.
    what_is_a_hypoallergenic_giant_schoodle.html
  • You can buy a hypoallergenic dog at any time as long as the breeder has dogs available . Many people are unsure whether to buy a puppy, a young adult, or an older dog when they are looking for a dog. A hypoallergenic dog is a good choice at any stage in the dog’s life.
    when_to_buy_hypoallergenic_dogs.html
  • If you are looking for a hypoallergenic dog, you will have many breeds to choose from. From smaller dogs like the Maltese, to larger breeds such as the Greyhound, these dogs tend to shed less, and do not product as much saliva or urine.
    which_breed_of_hypoallergenic_dog_is_right_for_your_family.html
  • There are several reasons why small dogs are hypoallergenic. Since they are small, many breeds cannot climb on the couch, bed, or other furniture. With fewer allergens on the furniture, you will not be as affected by them. Small dogs want to have their own space.
    why_do_small_dogs_help_with_hypoallergenic_conditions.html
  • All dogs need love in order to lead happy, healthy lives. Since most breeds of hypoallergenic dogs are smaller, they will need even more love.
    why_hypoallergenic_dogs_need_love.html
  • Dogs do like to travel well. Adventurous by nature, they want to check out new sights and sounds.
    traveling_with_your_dog.html
  • What is your personal lifestyle and how will a dog or puppy affect that lifestyle? This is a major decision.
    adopting_your_dog.html
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 Doberman Pinscher
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 Golden Retriever
 Greyhound
 Jack Russell Terrier
 Labrador Retriever
 Miniature Pinscher
 Newfoundland
Dog Health Care
 Taking Your Dog to the Veterinarian
 Veterinarian Examination Process
 Nursing a Sick Dog
 Vaccinations
 Spaying and neutering
Grooming Your Dog
 How to Bathe Your Dog
 Eliminate Dog Odor
Feeding Your Dog
 How Much Should I Feed My Dog
Training Your Dog
 Changing Bad Dog Habits
 Training Your Dog for Proper Behavior
 Dogs That Chase Cars
 Training Your Dog to Come When It's Called
 Crate Training for Your Dog
Hypoallergenic Dogs
 Finding Hypoalergenic Dogs
 Grooming and Brushing Tips for Dogs That Are Hypoallergenic
 How to Help Dogs That Are Hypoallergenic
 Hypoallergenic Medium Sized Dogs
 Is the Schoodle a True Hypoallergenic Dog
 List of Hairless Hypoallergenic Dogs
 List of Hypoallergenic Dogs
 List of Top Three Hypoallergenic Dogs
 Small Dogs With Hypoallergenic Fur
 Small Hypoallergenic Dogs
 Tips on Buying a Hypoallergenic Dog
 Types of Hypoallergenic Hunting Dogs
 Types of Hypoallergenic Sporting Dogs
 What Are Common Signs of Dogs with Hypoallergenic Problems
 What We Can Do to Help Hypoallergenic Dogs
 What is a Hypoallergenic Giant Schoodle
 When to Buy Hypoallergenic Dogs
 Which Breed of Hypoallergenic Dog is Right for Your Family
 Why Do Small Dogs Help with Hypoallergenic Conditions
 Why Hypoallergenic Dogs Need Love
Traveling With Your Dog
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