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Hey, First-Time Dog Owners! You Need These Apps

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Hey, First-Time Dog Owners! You Need These Apps
Tracking your dog's health and understanding what might cause harm is essential to maintaining a happy, healthy pup.

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Great Ideas About Dogs That Anyone Can Use

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Great Ideas About Dogs That Anyone Can Use
Whether you already have a dog or are just looking for one, it is likely that you are aware of the care required by dog ownership.

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6 Budget-Friendly Ways to Travel With Your Dog

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6 Budget-Friendly Ways to Travel With Your Dog

When you decide to take a family vacation, you may consider the whole family — the two-legged members as well as four. Traveling with your dog is a no-brainer. It’s simply not as much fun without your pup around. However inclusive that mindset may be, it can also be limiting and even expensive. There are places that have yet to welcome dogs — and many never will. Then there are places that do welcome dogs, but you have to pay a fee. And those extra costs add up— quickly. Do you enjoy traveling and want to make sure every member...

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House Training Older Dogs

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House Training Older Dogs
House training older dogs is a more delicate process than with younger dogs. If you are looking to adopt an older dog, here are some tips that may help you get your older dog trained.

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Ingredients Toxic to Pets and People

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Ingredients Toxic to Pets and People

Toxic Ingredients and Effects on People and Pets Ammonia – Used in many de-greasers for ovens, glass and stainless steel, ammonia has a very high VOC, burns mucous membranes and contributes to asthma. If it is mixed with bleach, it creates a poisonous gas which can be deadly to small pets. Chlorine – Used in disinfectants, toilet bowl cleaners and automatic dish detergent to name a few, chlorine is also used to bleach coffee filters. It can cause everything from dizziness to vomiting to laryngeal edema. Avoid this ingredient and be careful about letting your pet swim in the pool....

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