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7 Behaviors To Observe In Your New Dog

Who doesn’t love dogs? So, if you are a new dog parent? Or planning to buy a new one. Then you have landed on the right page. Just like humans, it’s difficult to understand dogs too. But you need not worry. Just by observing them keenly, you will gradually learn about your pet life. All you need to have is...

7 Best Types of Dog Hiking Boots

Are you planning to take your pet pooch out for a day-long trail without protecting his cute paws? Well, then it is not a good idea, as, like human feet, their paws are also very sensitive. Thus it is an excellent idea to invest in your pooch’s boots, for hiking or walking on rough trails. A good pair of dog...

4 Things That Every Dog Should Have

Owning a dog is a responsibility that many people often underestimate. They always think of the fun stuff that your pet will bring to your home, but some fail to understand that owning a pet is also a big responsibility. Every owner needs to dedicate a lot of time and attention towards the pet to raise it in the best...
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How to stop Fear in Dogs

We love our dogs, and we want them to be happy. The last thing we want to see is our dogs being full of fear. Understanding the cause of the fear, and how to prevent it, is crucial to allow our furry friends to have a fear free life. The Main Causes of Fear in Dogs Most people do not...
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10 Safe Feeding Tips for New Dog Parents

Getting a puppy for the first time in your life is a feeling beyond words. You probably already imagined all the fun things and blissful moments you’re your new family member. However, many new dog owners do not realize that dogs need constant care as well. Especially when it comes to their diet. The diet requirements of dogs vary by...
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Dog Nutrition: Essential Nutrients for Health and Feeding Basics

Dog Nutrition: Essential Nutrients for Health and Feeding Basics Let’s talk nutrients! Just like humans, dogs need an array of nutrients to keep them healthy and active. Water, protein, fat, vitamins and minerals are all necessary for your dog to survive. Carbohydrates are also included in this list because they are a large source of nutrients for most dogs but...
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Want your German Shepherd to have Upright Ears? The Facts!

Everything you need to know about why, and how to help, your German Shepherd Dog have upright ears. The German Shepherd Dog was first bred just over 100 years ago, and in that time it has become one of the most stunning, distinctive and recognizable breeds. And perhaps the most noticeable feature of a German Shepherd is the ears. An adult...
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Health and Happiness: Should you Neuter your Dog?

The second of our special guest blogs on dog neutering by veterinarian Sam Westhead of the Energetic Panacea Clinic of Dubai asking whether you should neuter your dog. Find the first part right here. … Congratulations! Your new family member has arrived and as a 4 month old puppy that means nothing but fun and games. Well not quite- there’s going to...
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Puppy Mill Breeders: The TRUTH Revealed!

Do we really understand what factors make a breeder a ‘puppy mill breeder’? Are all the places you might think of as ‘puppy mills’ inherently evil places? We want to help all of you fellow dog lovers understand what sets apart a good breeder from a bad breeder and how we can all avoid getting our puppy from uncaring breeders....
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Discover the secret to being the perfect Dog Owner!

We would like to introduce you to Euro Puppy’s brand new and original Responsible Dog Owner Certificate. How much do you love dogs? Do you think you know everything there is to know about our furry friends? We are inviting you to have a go at our Responsible Dog Owner Test so you can see just how ready and experienced...

How to Care for Your Ageing Dog

When you first bring home that cute little bundle of fun, its hard to imagine that one day it will be an old dog, and its a change that can spring up on you very suddenly. Though we are told ‘You can’t teach an old dog, new tricks’, if you do know the right ‘tricks’ to care for your ageing...