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Life Is Better With A Dog

What Is The Best Type of Food For Your Dog?

Is there a “best” type of food for your dog?

Yes. In case your primary veterinarian has not stressed it enough, your dog’s diet is extremely important. It is much easier to decide on the best food for your dog if your dog is healthy. But there are diets available that are geared towards dogs with kidney, thyroid, food allergies or any other abnormal conditions. Even if your dog is completely healthy, there are dogs that tolerate specific types of food, for example: dry or wet.

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Would you Adopt an Elderly Dog?

What are some things that come to mind when you think of dogs? Some of these things may be happiness, tail wagging, intense licking (or kissing in their mind), running and tripping, basically any form of moving. The best and most memorable is probably their excitement when you get home, especially when you have only been gone for 5 minutes. Heck, they might even pee a little. Any dog lover would agree that seeing a dog filled with joy and loved is all they really want. The simple act of allowing a dog the ability to do what they do best, love someone unconditionally. That leads me to this trending topic, Would you adopt an elderly dog to live the rest of his days knowing what ‘unconditional love’ felt like?

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Selecting the Right Puppy

I mean, who doesn’t love puppies? Introducing a puppy into your family is a big step that requires research and preparation, together with a bundle of cuteness. There are a lot of things to take into consideration when deciding which puppy fits your household best.

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Top Fun Tricks Your Dog Will Love!

Teaching your dog tricks can be both fun and stressful at the same time. Studies show that dogs process words using the left side of their brains, just as humans do. They use the right side of their brains to understand tone and pitch. This is why dogs understand one word sentences in a specific tone. They say dogs can retain up to 165 words!

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