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Mosquito Repellent For Dogs

Wasps, flies and mosquitoes, oh my! Humans aren't the only ones on the pest's menu. Our pets are preyed upon too and while it may sound like a good idea to spray your pet with the same bug spray we use, don't! DEET, the active ingredient that keeps mosquitoes off people, can be toxic for dogs. The...
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Signs Your Dog May Have The Flu

Veterinarians are concerned over the highly contagious dog flu that is spreading like wildfire. Cases were reported in every state in the in the continental US with both strains of canine influenza active in Florida. Like the human flu virus, the dog flu spreads through bodily fluids that are...
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Company Makes Matching Pool Floats For You And Your Dogs

No longer will you have to be separated from your pooch when you are in the pool. Luxury pool float brand Funboy and the creators of Bark Box have teamed up to create two matching sets of pool floats for pup lovers and their furry friends. The float bundles include a human-sized version and an...
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A Dachshund Museum Opens In Germany

Here's one to add to your bucket list, Germany has opened the world's first dachshund museum. Yes, the new Dackelmuseum , a museum dedicated to the wiener dog, opened its doors a couple of hours east of Munich in the city of Passau and it's filled with 4,500 different items celebrating the breed,...
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Things We Do That Dogs Hate

Dog are such good sports! For all the times we dressed them up in silly outfits to the kids tugging their ears and tail, we really make it hard for them sometimes. But beyond that many customs we do as humans do not translate to canines according to pet experts. While humans are vocal, dogs are...
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Worldwide Dog Dancing Competitions Are A Thing!

Congratulations to Skiffe and his human partner, Lucy Creek. They’re this year's winner of the 2018 Crufts' Freestyle Heelwork to Music competition . In other words, there are dance competitions for dogs! A worldwide competition held in 10 counties have evolved from the early 1990s when obedience...
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Most, But Not All, Dogs Eat Poop

Dogs have worked hard to be beloved as man's best friend. But even your BFF does some strange things from time to time. While dogs will avoid areas where they and other dogs poop, they connoisseurs of the "leavings" of other animals, especially cats. While disgusting for dog owners a new report...
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German Shepherd Gets Approved For Unemployment

It's a dream come true for any pet owner that they’re best friend financially contributes to the family! While you start your day at work, one Michigan dog was approved for unemployment benefits. Michael Haddock says that he received a letter from the unemployment office addressed to Michael Ryder...
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New Earning For Feeding Your Pets Raw Meat

We've talked about a growing trend among pet owners to serve their dog and cat raw, uncooked foods as they would eat in the wild. Owners say the raw meat diet is healthier and gives their pet’s fresher breath, fewer allergies and a brighter, shinier coat. And while it makes sense pets would benefit...
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CasesOf Dog Flu On The Rise

People aren't the only ones dealing with the flu. A highly contagious dog flu has now spread to 46 states and could lead to infection and, in some cases, even death. Unlike influenza that impacts humans, canine influenza can spread at any time during the year and passes by direct contact with other...
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