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If you have a Golden Retriever dog in your family then you understand how they’re a versatile pet.

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The French Bulldog has many coat colors, but the same distinctive big rounded ears and squashed jawline.

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Your dog may be excited to go on a road trip but once they get to the grooming salon they can experience anxiety.

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The Shih Tzu is a small adorable breed of dog that is popular with dog lovers.

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If you’re the lucky owner of a boxer then you already understand the specific needs of this pet.

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Did you know that in Florida there are no laws regarding unrestrained pets in vehicles?

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It’s important to learn puppy grooming basics, but if you don’t have the time or your pup has a thick troublesome coat, then you can search for a good puppy groomer through our Simple Puppy pet care marketplace.

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Many new dog owners assume that their dog will love bath time only to discover that the first bath can be a stressful experience.

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Just like you have to clean a baby’s bottom, sometimes your dog’s backside needs cleaning too.

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Trimming your dog’s nails not only keeps them from getting ingrown nails, but also protects your family from scratches, and your furniture and rugs too.

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