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Playing with your Giant Fluffy Dogs can be cute and entertaining. However, looking after them is tiring and time-consuming. What’s more, is that you need to do it daily!  That fluff will become fluffier and dirty if you do not groom, brush, and bathe your dog regularly! It may seem daunting initially, but once you know how to do it step-by-step, you will begin to enjoy the process. When you own an adult dog, there’s no getting away from the responsibility of caring for them appropriately.  Having a fluffy dog isn’t as straightforward as owning another breed. Your dog requires…

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Some people find raising a dog extremely difficult. This is because they do not understand the psychology of dogs. Dogs are loving, fiercely loyal, and territorial. Above all, they are animals that crave attention and love. Affection is a necessary component of your dog’s well-being and development. They like socializing and crave companionship. This is why overt displays of affection are so important. Showing affection helps you gain trust and respect in your dog’s eyes. You can only assert your dominance but also your love for your dog. Why Is It Important To Show Your Dog Affection? Before we examine…

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Our furry family members are sources of unconditional love and joy, but they also absorb energies from their environment. Dog and cat owners know that their pets can absorb their negative energies; therefore, they might need help to release those energies. Pets’ abnormal or excessive behavior can be a sign that something is wrong. When your dog is acting strangely, the first step is to try figuring out what might be the root cause, making sure first that it’s not an underlying health condition. You should always seek evidence-based advice first. Consult your vet and other professionals, like behavioral experts and…

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Food allergies in dogs are common and can be caused by any ingredient. Proteins are the most common offenders. Chicken is the most popular animal protein ingredient in dog food. Thus, when your puppy’s body language changes after a meal, it could be a chicken allergy.  But, can a dog be allergic to chicken? If yes, how do you tell it’s an allergic reaction? And, is there any treatment? Read on and get answers to these questions and more.  Chicken Allergies in Dogs are Real, and Here’s What Causes It Yes, your furry buddy could be allergic to poultry. Studies…

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Does your furry buddy turn away from his food and eyeballs you as you take a bite of yours? That’s because your dog wants some of what you are having. Dogs are social animals. Research shows they cannot help but respond to ostensive cues by people they love and trust. To your dog, sharing a meal is an invitation signal. You are saying, “come over, let us share what I have.” They would leave whatever is on their plate to have a taste of your food. But, is your meal safe for your dog? Not always. Some human-safe foods are…

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If you’re a dog lover who does proper pet care, you know that dogs will eat just about anything that you put into their mouths. You have to be careful what you feed your dogs to make sure your furbabies live a long, happy life. Some give their pets human food but there are things that humans eat daily that can be detrimental to your dogs’ health. There are common fruits, vegetables, and processed foods that will definitely harm a dog’s health. Here are the top 7 people foods that dogs can’t eat so you can avoid them on your…

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Since our dogs can’t talk, they can’t verbally tell us how they’re feeling. But, there are still some ways we can tell what kind of mood they’re in. From dog body language to signs that are disguised as something else, we’ll let you know how to tell. In this post, we’re sharing 6 ways you can tell if your dog is happy. 6 Signs Your Dog is Happy Go through each of these signs to gain a better sense of your dog’s body language and determine whether she’s happy. #1 He Doesn’t Destroy Your Items If a dog chews…

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