Category Archives for "Pets Health"

How To Treat A Tick Bite On Dog

Tick bites are dangerous both for the dog and the pet owner. You have to find out how to treat a tick bite on dog as soon as you have seen the symptoms.A tick infestation doesn’t choose the gender, age, or breed of a dog. It is likely that you will not see the signs […]

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How to Remove Stitches From a Dog

Regardless of your medical skill or technical know-how, removing the stitches from your dog is a relatively simple process. Even if you think that it would be safer to leave the stitches until your pet’s next check-up, it is actually better if you take the initiative and do it yourself. To help you through the […]

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How to Make a Dog Crate Divider

The best crate size for any dog is one which allows it to stand and turn around without restriction.  This often means that the crate will have too much extra space for a small puppy. This extra space will encourage the puppy to relieve itself in the crate and defeat the purpose of crate training […]

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How To Clean Basset Hound Ears

A Basset Hound’s ears are some his most distinguishing features. They are flappy, soft, and often bigger that their faces. Basset Hounds make the best puppy dog expression with their flappy ears and pleading eyes. You can hardly say no to these cuties. While their flappy ears make them unique, the ears are also some […]

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How To Potty Train a Morkie

Congratulations on becoming new parents to your Morkie! As a Morkie parent, you have one great puppy with roots from both a Maltese and a Yorkshire Terrier. Your dog’s Maltese roots will give you a playful and energetic dog, while his Yorkshire Terrier side means you also have a slightly aggressive and territorial dog. These […]

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Home Alone: Managing Your Pet’s Separation Anxiety

Imagine your family leaving for an indefinite period of time without knowing where or why they’re going and how long they’ll be away. This is what many pets experience when their families leave. Without the ability to understand that they’ll return, pets become anxious—experiencing feelings of fear, depression and other taxing emotions. They communicate these […]

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