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Dogs are “a man’s best friend” and for good reason. Due to their loyal and selfless personality, there are numerous reasons why dogs are better than cats.  In addition, since dogs are generally a lot higher energy than cats, there are several differences between the two species.   We love all animals, but below we will explore the six best reasons why dogs are better than cats. #1 Dogs Live a Way More Active Lifestyle than Cats While cats tend to live independently inside of a house, dogs love to run around.  As a pet owner, this forces you to…

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If you’re thinking of introducing a furbaby into the family, the first step is evaluating how they will get along with your human babies. Every breed has the potential to be friendly or not depending on how they’re trained and socialized. However, there are some breeds that are known to be more friendly and easier to train. In this post, we’re sharing 9 friendly dogs you’ll want to consider if you have children. 9 Friendly Dogs for Kids and Families #1 Bernese Mountain Dog If you have a large backyard or live on a farm, the bernese mountain dog could…

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If you have ever tried to look for a good dog sitting place in a large city, you would surely find that it is very hard to do. There are a lot of scammers and hustlers out there in the world who would just wait till you are about to leave your house before they would scam you. You may not realize it, but scammers are in your mind as soon as you step out of your house. Do not let this happen to you today. Dog sitting in Australia is actually very easy to find these days because of…

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If you’re bored with the standard metal disc or bone as the ID tag on your dog’s collar, how about these for something different? Toughtags are based on US military stainless steel dog tags, and embossed using ex-military machinery. They are incredibly strong, won’t rust, and as the text is permanently stamped into the metal it will never rub off or fade (like standard engraved tags) no matter how active your pupper is….. To complete the look the tag is housed in a rigid plastic casing that is only available from Toughtags – and you can choose from a range…

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Many people wish they could have a birthday cake for their dog but aren’t sure where to begin. The first thing to think about is what sort of cake you will want. If you are looking for a special occasion cake for your dog, consider how old the dog is. Sometimes, some pets are ready to be left at home on their own, while others are more eager to have a partner in their new role as pack leader. Decide if you want a cake that will help bring the dog out of his shell or make him seem more…

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Seizures and convulsions are the most notable neurological problems in dogs. For most pet owners, seeing their lovely canine friend having a seizure can be a worrying experience. Epilepsy is a long-term condition marked by recurring seizures, which occur unpredictably, causing further confusion for pet owners. The prevalence of epilepsy in dogs is thought to be 0.5 to 5.7 percent. This translates to 1 in every 20 dogs experiencing seizures in their lifetimes. In this article, we will discuss the common questions dog owners ask about seizures. What are the symptoms of seizures in dogs? Seizure in dogs can…

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Want to know which dog breeds produce more gas before you get your pet? Gas and flatulence are pretty common in dogs. Just like you, your dogs also need to release those gases inside. It’s hard to tell whether excessive gas is a breed-specific issue. But when we talked with different dog owners, it seems certain breeds do produce more gas. Well, the difference is only minimal. This shouldn’t hold you back from getting the dog breed you desire. Get them flatulence-preventing dog foods, which you can find here your dog cares. And follow the tips we mentioned at the…

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A new app is gamifying charity shelter dog donations. With the increasing number of dogs in shelters, many people are wanting to adopt but don’t have the time or money. A new app has an interesting and fun solution. With Treat, you can virtually adopt a real shelter dog and help that dog in real life. Remember Neopets? It’s similar to that, only with a charitable cause. So how does it work? The app allows you to choose a shelter dog from a local facility near you.  The app then generates a look-a-like avatar of the same dog.…

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