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National Puppy Day – Established in 2006, National Puppy Day is a paw-some day for all dog enthusiasts to celebrate unconditional love and fawn over the undeniably cute furballs that bring so much happiness into this world.
Choosing A Puppy From A Litter – Whether you have chosen a hybrid or pure bred dog, there are a some important things to look out for.
Dog Breeds – With so many breeds to choose from this list can help you to decide which puppy is the best for you and your lifestyle.
How to House Train Your Dog or Puppy – House training your dog or puppy requires patience, commitment and lots of consistency. Accidents are part of the process, but if you follow these basic house training guidelines, you can get the newest member of your family on the right track.
How to Look After A Puppy – This RSPCA guide to puppy care will help you give your puppy the best start in life and avoid any potential problems later on.
Puppy Developmental Stages – To have a well-adjusted and social dog, you need to ensure his needs are met during each phase of development.
Review of the Top 10 Dog Breeds and Which Is Right for You
Dog & Puppy Books at Amazon
Puppy Day Gifts at Amazon
National Train Your Dog Month – In 2010 the Association of Professional Dog Trainers began the National Train Your Dog Month campaign. The APDT thought it was long overdue to dedicate a month to bringing awareness to the importance of socialization and training, and most of all, to inform the public that training your dog can be easy and fun!
Dress Up Your Pet Day – January 14 is Dress Up Your Pet Day and the perfect opportunity to show off your companion’s style.
National Dog Month – With the initiative of @Milkbone National Dog Month be held every August, every year, from now until the end of dog time.
Cook for Your Pet Day – Our pets give us unconditional love, companionship, and attention, so it’s the least we can do to return their efforts on National Cook For Your Pets Day on November 1!
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I DNAed My Dog – “Just like Lab’s,” was the title of the advertisement which led us to adopt these two sweet pups, Prince and Lucinda into our family twelve years ago.
As they grew Prince resembled a Lab for sure and Lucinda started looking like she carried German Shorthair Pointer genes. Years passed and while we never knew exactly the mix we did know it was a winner.
Accidental Overdose – When your pet accidentally ingests one of your human medications, it can be of concern.
Miss Lucinda’s Lovely Stew – This nutritious and yummy stew takes less than an hour to make a 10-14 day batch which works out to about $3 to $4 per day, with two meals daily.
We’re sharing the recipe so that all pups can be healthy pups!
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