Best Dog Dewormer: How To Choose The Right One For Your Puppy

Intestinal parasites are one of the gross things that dog owners just have to deal with. Unfortunately, worms are easy for dogs to get and can be spread to people if proper hygiene is not practiced. Regular deworming is recommended for all dogs, but it is especially necessary for puppies. Puppies are typically born with […]

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How to Stop a Dog from Digging In 6 Steps

Digging is one of those unwanted canine behaviors that doesn’t sound like a big deal until it is happening in your yard. However, even a small dog can make a big mess of a pretty garden by going to town digging all over the place. The problem is that digging is a very natural behavior […]

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New Puppy Checklist: 40 Things To Buy When Bringing a Puppy Home

Bringing a puppy home is an exciting time. I doubt you will even get much sleep the first day. It can be the good kind of exciting if you are prepared, or the bad kind of exciting if you are not. To ensure the best possible start for you and your pup, a little bit […]

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PetPlate Review: You Won’t Find Any Mystery Ingredients Here

PetPlate was founded by Renaldo Webb & his pet partner Winston. His position as a pet food consultant gave him direct insights into mass-market commercial dog food production. Having seen first-hand what was put into dog food and how it was processed before it hit the shelves, he began looking for another way to feed […]

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Pet Assure Review: Is Their Veterinary Discount Plan Worth it?

Pet Assure is a different kind of veterinary assistance company. They are a discount plan, offering 25% percent off all services when subscribers go to a participating veterinarian. They claim that 10% percent of all veterinarians in the U.S. are Pet Assure providers, but this will, of course, vary by region. For new pet parents, […]

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My Ollie Dog Food Review: They Say They Keep It Real, Let’s Find Out.

For most people, their idea of dog food is not real food. Instead, it involves pebble-sized pieces of hard kibble or cans of mush. While these options may keep our dogs’ bellies full and their bodies going, they are not much of a substitute for real food. However, real food, including raw food, is difficult […]

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