8 Of The Most Trainable Dog Breeds
Jul02

8 Of The Most Trainable Dog Breeds

This post was originally published on this siteLovePets Anyone who has ever seen “Marley & Me” knows that training dogs can be a difficult task. Fortunately, there are some dog breeds that are very intelligent and trainable. They wiill generally be responsive and willing, even if their pet parent isn’t a certified dog trainer. If you’re looking for a puppy with whom you can form a deep bond, why not...

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5 Common People Snacks That Make Your Pets Fat
Jun25

5 Common People Snacks That Make Your Pets Fat

This post was originally published on this siteLovePets Pet parents who feed their four-legged companions human food mean well. However, they often don’t realize that these tasty human treats are filled with dangerous calories and fat. While some pet parents pamper their furry friends with tasty human food, some treats can cause your dog’s waistline to expand at an alarming rate. From cookies to hot dogs, these are some of...

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Which Emotions Do Dogs Feel?
Jun18

Which Emotions Do Dogs Feel?

This post was originally published on this siteLovePets If you’re like most pet parents, you consider your dog an intelligent, emotionally advanced creature. When you come home, your pup jumps up to greet you; when you scold him for getting into the trash, he looks shameful, so he has to have feelings, right? In some ways, yes, you’re right. But, unlike humans, there are some things dogs simply can’t feel. If...

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Puppy Energy Levels By Age
Jun04

Puppy Energy Levels By Age

This post was originally published on this siteLovePets If you’ve ever read or seen Marley & Me, you know that puppies can be rambunctious. But how energetic should your puppy be at each stage of life? Here’s a basic guideline to cue you into your pup’s activity levels as he grows. Birth to Ten Weeks of Age After the initial weeks of birth, once their eyes have opened, young puppies are filled with curiosity and...

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Xylitol Toxicity In Pets
May22

Xylitol Toxicity In Pets

This post was originally published on this siteLovePets For humans, chewing gum is a harmless habit that helps freshen breath and keeps boredom at bay. For pets, however, gum sweetened with Xylitol is a potentially deadly substance that is roughly 100 times more toxic than milk chocolate. While many pet parents don’t realize how toxic Xylitol can be, it is important to know the signs and symptoms of Xylitol poisoning in order to be...

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