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AFFENPINSCHER Toy Group ​The Affenpinscher’s apish look has been described many ways. They’ve been called “monkey dogs” and “ape terriers.” The French say “diablotin moustachu” (mustached little devil), and “Star Wars” fans argue whether they look more like Wookies or Ewoks. But Affens are more than just a pretty face. Though standing less than a foot […]

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Inside Animal Minds…What they think, feel and know…

Thanks to careful observations, clever experiments, and open-mindedness toward what they might find, scientists are learning new and extraordinary things about the minds of animals, from cats and dogs to wild animals like endangered Bengal tigers.  Our pets are everyday reminders of how thoughtful they can be. Our dogs’ intelligence isn’t just a function of […]

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Three Conditions We Can Prevent and Manage!

The 3 Most Common and Preventable Canine Maladies With simple observation and proactive management, you can prevent the three conditions that most frequently compromise dogs’ quality of life. By Nancy Kerns There are innumerable exotic diseases and bizarre injuries that can potentially afflict any individual dog, but, sadly, the vast majority of dogs in this country […]

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Caution! Foods Your Dog Dies For

Subscribe Is your dog’s food full of used restaurant grease? When you see “animal fat” on a label – you probably think chicken skins or beef trimmings. But, pet food regulations allow manufacturers to use all sorts of low-quality fats, even USED RESTAURANT GREASE, as generic fat sources. To make sure your dog gets healthier […]

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Leash Aggression

“Leash Aggression” – Why otherwise friendly dogs may behave aggressively when on-leash If you hang around with other dog owners, you’ve no doubt heard the same comment I have, over and over again: “My dog is fine with other dogs when he’s off-leash; he’s only dog-aggressive when his leash is on.” You may have even […]

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Let’s Go For a Walk!

We’ve all heard the saying, “a tired dog is a good dog,” but more isn’t always better when it comes to physical activity. If you’re trying to use exercise to help your dog relax the rest of the day, walking smarter, not farther, can help you meet your goal. It also creates wonderful opportunities for […]

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