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If asked the most common mistake people make when feeding their dogs a homemade diet, I’d have to say that it’s not adding calcium. ..read more
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In a world where our canine companions are often referred to as our “best friends,” it’s a puzzle that so many dog-human ..read more
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Nova’s placement is also a win for WDJ, since she’s a smart, well-behaved dog and her mom’s proximity and training acuity means they ..read more
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Addison’s disease is often called the “great pretender.” The symptoms can be chronic, vague, and masquerade as other illnesses. The ..read more
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After I learned about positive reinforcement training, I came to understand that teaching a stay behavior doesn’t need to have anything ..read more
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We purchased the three most popular ball-throwing machines that will shoot out tennis balls, and have been flinging balls all over town to ..read more
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[IMGCAP(1 ..read more
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Just like a good skunking doesn’t stop most dogs from going after those black-and-white critters again the next time (darn it!), there ..read more
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Kale was a confirmed and completely unrepentant bee-eater. He was also completely untrained; my stay-at-home mom bought him from a backyard ..read more
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Signs of liver disease can include lethargy, decreased appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, bruising of the skin (small patches of bruising are ..read more

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