The Basset is a good-natured hound with a pleading gaze which can come in handy when he wants a treat or knows he has broken the rules. This breed has a reputation for being slow and lazy. However, these hunting dogs enjoy long, rambling walks. We will discuss this breed to help you determine if it is ideal for you and your family.
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The Pointer dog has an outstanding ability to point out their target. This breed breaks down into two general types: show and field. Field pointers are smaller than show pointers and always extremely active. However, both types love spending time around human beings, particularly outdoors. We will discuss this breed to help you determine if it is ideal for you and your family.
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Each year, there’s a rise in toxic poisoning cases in pets around February 14 according to poison control experts. Therefore, we have put together a few helpful tips on how to have a pet-friendly Valentine’s Day.
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February is American Heart Month. While many think of this month for humans, it is also beneficial for pets as well. We encourage pet owners to care for their furry friend’s heart health by learning the signs of heart disease and focusing on prevention. Therefore, we will discuss how to keep your pet’s heart healthy.
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Independent and dignified, the Chow Chow typically attaches himself to one person even though he will have affection for the whole family. This breed is generally fine with children, but the kids may be disappointed that he is not a hugger. An excellent guard and watch dog, the Chow will protect against strangers. We will discuss this breed to help you determine if it is ideal for you and your family.
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January is National Walk Your Dog Month! What better way to kick start your New Years Resolution by going outdoors to walk off some of that holiday food? There are numerous health benefits of walking for both you and your dog, which makes this a great way to start your new year. We have put together a few tips for walking your dog.
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It is estimated that as many as two-thirds of cat owners don’t clean their pet’s teeth. However, proper dental care for is just as important for your cat as it is for the humans in your family. We we will discuss the importance of dental care for cats.
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The Great Pyrenees combines elegance and beauty with size and majesty. This breed is intelligent, kind, sound and well-coordinated, originally bred for strenuous work of guarding flocks on the mountain slops of the Pyrenees. We will discuss this breed to help you determine if it is ideal for you and your family.
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Dental health is an essential aspect of your dog’s overall health, and dental problems can cause, or be caused by, other health problems. It’s necessary to have your veterinarian at All Pets check your dog’s teeth and gums at least once a year to examine for early signs of a problem and to keep your pet’s mouth healthy. We we will discuss the importance of dental care for dogs.
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November 17 is National Take a Hike Day! The majority of dogs, regardless of size, make great companions on a hike—if they are physically fit for the level of hiking that you plan to do, if they are obedient, if they are socialized among people and other dogs, and if the weather is not too hot. Hiking with your dogs takes more thought and preparation than simply starting up a trail. Therefore, we have put together essential information on hiking with your dog.
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