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Grooming > Shaving to keep them cool?



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Barked: Tue Jul 30, '13 5:34am PST 
I am totally agree with you. Anyone should not shave the dog to feel him cool. A dog’s coat works like a thermostat. It helps to maintain their body temperature in both hot and cold environment. Dogs do not sweat like human since they have the different mechanism to cool themselves. They only sweat in the pads of their paws. But if you shave the dog then it can create the problems to dog like skin burn.
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Dogs and a Clean Home > Pet-Friendly Flooring in Living Room


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Barked: Mon Jul 29, '13 6:44am PST 
I am agree with your decision of not using the carpet inside the living room.And as you have decided to change the floor then you should use the high end linoleum tiles. These tiles are scratch proof and attractive enough literally for any room. You should use the hard-wearing floors that are made from hard materials, ranging from hardwoods to bricks and tiles. Cork flooring is also good option for you.
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Grooming > Ideas to get rid of dandruff??



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Barked: Mon Jul 29, '13 6:14am PST 
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Grooming > Ideas to get rid of dandruff??



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Barked: Mon Jul 29, '13 6:12am PST 
If she is experiencing the dandruff then there could be some reason behind this like allergies, skin infection, low humidity and poor diet. To get rid of dandruff you should take care of all these things.
Every day you should give the proper bath to her with the warm water and quality dandruff shampoo. Once in winter and twice in summer is good option.
Improve the diet of her. Add water dishes to her diet so she always have the access to fresh water.
Everyday brush her. This helps in distributing the natural oils from his coat and also massage her skin to promotes oil production.
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Grooming > Water washing



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Barked: Mon Jul 29, '13 5:55am PST 
I think you should not use the dryer because it can make the skin more dry. during the bath put the water properly on them or rinse their hairs properly. And always use the quality shampoo for giving bath to them. Also do not let the any amount of shampoo on their body because it can create the skin problems.
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Chicken a rice diet. Good? or Bad?


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Barked: Mon Jul 29, '13 5:22am PST 
well, chicken and rice are good diet for your dog. But only these two have not much nutrients to keep a dog healthy. I think you should add some vegetables to the diet of dog since vegetables are source of nutrients. Regarding the teeth's everyday you should brush his teeth because if some part of food stay in mouth then that can create the problem.
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Dog Health > Liver disease???



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Barked: Tue Jul 23, '13 5:51am PST 
I think there can be some reason behind it like bacterial infection, diet related causes, heatstroke, acute kidney failure and infected uterus. To solve these problems you should change the diet of your dog. You should feed the dog with boiled potatoes, skinless chicken and should give the fluid therapy. Also you should give the antibiotics and other medication to control the vomiting. But before that you should consult the veterinarian.
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Dog Health > Dog Teeth Cleaning products that WORK?



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Barked: Tue Jul 23, '13 5:28am PST 
You can try some good methods.
1) Brush the teeth of your dog with pet tartar removal toothpaste. Use pet friendly toothpaste like chicken flavor,beef flavor.
2) Change your dog's diet to dog dental diet. This type of dog's diet contain large amount of kibble to promote more chewing. When dog chewing this food than the crumbly texture present in food scrub the teeth and clean them.
3)Reduce the amount of soft food from the dog's diet.
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Choosing the Right Dog > Breed ideas please!



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Barked: Sun Jun 23, '13 7:06pm PST 
I'd have to agree with Wheaton Terrier ..... a medium sized dog and great if you suffer from allergies. Smart, active but not hyper. How well most dogs get along with others (dogs) has alot to do with proper socialization. Once the pup has had his/her shots ... bring him around as many well mannered other dogs (and children) as possible. Most older dogs don't find pups a threat so interaction should be fine. Keep in mid a young pup needs alot of rest ...... so don't overdo the play time. It can be used as a REWARD for positive behavior.

Just a footnote .... your looking at 10---15 years investment. Choose wisely. Like a car .. looks are overrated. Its whats under the hood that counts most. And how well you maintain it. Patience, love, consistency, and have fun !!!
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Behavior & Training > Housetraining question.


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Barked: Sun Jun 23, '13 6:45pm PST 
Maggie seems to be right on target ... your dog cannot be trusted at this stage and similar to a small child must be supervised or confined to AVOID (rather than correct problems). If done patiently and consistently this issue usually disappears in time. If not, your dog might be 12 and still having the same problem
You might also consider basic obedience training ,,,, often it helps the maturation process. Often the two go hand-in-hand.
Dog trainers can also be found at www.nookslist.com. A new site providing a directory of local Trainers, Groomers, Boarding, Walkers, sitters throughout NJ.
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