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Belgian Malinois are known for their protection and strength. This can make them a good choice for anyone looking to add another layer of security to their life. If you’re considering this breed, you should know a few things before diving in. In this guide, we’ll cover what you need to know about the breed and how you can go about selecting a breeder or adoption center. Belgian Malinois Puppies Below is the general profile of a Belgian Malinois. Weight: 40-80 lbs. Height: 22-26 in. Lifespan: 12-14 years Color: Fawn to mahogany Grooming: Easy- occasional brushing, especially when shedding.…

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The friendly and very popular mixed breed, Bernedoodle is a hybrid between the poodle and the Bernese mountain dog. This designer breed is loving, tolerant, loyal, and makes perfect family pets. Their smart and energetic nature coupled with a beautiful exterior made of multicolored coats and long curls makes them one of the best family dogs in America. The most wonderful aspect of this breed is that it inherits the genetics of its parents including hypoallergenic and non-shedding qualities. Families having Bernedoodle as pets do not have to bear allergic reactions or worry about shedding dog hair. No wonder the…

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Taking care of a dog is one of the important things to consider before bringing one into the family. Dogs are pets that need proper care and a healthy lifestyle to survive. So, as a dog owner, it is your responsibility to provide everything that your pet requires. Besides providing everything that your pet needs it is also very important to follow the proper guidelines and tips that are helpful to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Taking care of food, dog training, following an exercise routine and many other things need to be considered to provide your dog with a healthy…

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As a dog owner, you know better than anyone just how important it is to take them out for walks on a regular basis. Walking is excellent for their physical fitness as well as their mental health, and is one of the best bonding activities you can enjoy with your dog. So, if you’re going to be out there on a regular basis enjoying walks together, why not invest in some must-have dog walking gear for your dog and for you? It will make the two of you much more comfortable and stylish while out and about. Water and Snack…

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Dogs lick their paws often but do you really know why they do this? Do you really know why your dog likes to do this? All dogs have licking behaviors in some form or another. Even if it’s not an obvious sihn like paw licking, there is a clear reason your dog enjoys licking its paws and there are a few things you can try at home to stop this behavior. An obvious sign that reveals excessive dog licking paws is paw stains on their fur. If a dog constantly licks its feet, even if it has a light color…

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How much is that doggie in the window? Is it way beyond your budget or that of your parents? The ‘tail-wagging’ news is you can still enjoy the benefits of owning a dog with minimal expenses. Believe it or not, several affordable dog breeds are perfect for potential dog owners like you. Issues such as breeder’s reputation, color, and bloodline are factored in. Some pups of the same breed are affordable and that is one of the reasons to persuade your parents to get a dog. #1 Chihuahua You can indeed get a chihuahua pup from a puppy mill…

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If you don’t take probiotics, you probably know someone who does. But are they really necessary for dogs? What issues do they help with? In this post, we’re talking about why you should consider probiotics for your dog. What are Probiotics for Dogs? Probiotics supplements contain flora bacteria that are natural to your dog’s body. This “good” bacteria is found on your dog’s skin and in their organs and cavities, like their mouth or nose. We call it “good” bacteria because they help keep your dog healthy and ward off infections and problems. In other words, good bacteria can…

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One big trend in the pet world right now are custom dog portraits. And it’s easy to understand why. Just like the finest Kings and Queens get their portrait painted and display it for decades to come, so can your pup. Whether it’s a drawing, painting or digital rendering, the most common use is to simply hang it on your wall—but there’s a lot more you can do with them too. In this post, we’re sharing 6 things you can do with custom dog portraits. #1 Hang It As we mentioned, the most obvious thing you can do with…

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