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Entries from September 2008

Chihuahua Teacup Puppies

September 25th, 2008 · No Comments

Some basic information provided by Al about Chihuahua Teacup puppies. Chihuahua Teacup Puppies – Getting Started Right Chihuahua teacup puppies are the extra small Chihuahuas. There is no minimum size of breed standard Chihuahuas. So many people like the extra small little version of the Chihuahua. Do always remember that any Chihuahua dog is very […]

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Dog Adoption Centers

September 20th, 2008 · No Comments

Just about every city and town across the nation has animal shelters, where you can choose a loving, caring pet that needs a new home. These dog adoption centers may benefit non-profit pet service organizations like the Humane Society, or they may be private non-profits that rescue specific breeds. All of these centers have one […]

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Dog Bathing Tips

September 14th, 2008 · No Comments

The number one tip for bathing your dog is this: do not bathe him too often. Once every two or three months is a good rule of thumb. A dog’s skin is very thin and excessive bathing will make him dry and itchy. If he gets too smelly, sprinkle some baking soda on his coat […]

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Tags: Dog Grooming · Dog Health

Raising a Yorkie Puppy

September 9th, 2008 · No Comments

The Yorkshire Terrier, or “Yorkie” breed, originated for hunting and ratting purposes. They were perfect for the job because they are small enough to work themselves into fox holes and badger burrows. Later on, the Yorkie puppy became extremely popular as a companion animal and pet due to its small size, attractive features, and easy […]

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Tags: Dog Breeds · Dog Training

Tips For Grooming a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

September 5th, 2008 · No Comments

Grooming is essential to a healthy cavalier King Charles Spaniel. In addition to looking good, regular grooming keeps your Cavalier clean, healthy at the same time prevents problems caused by fleas, ticks, matted hair, uncleaned teeth, excessive buildup of earwax, dirt and bacteria. Grooming a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel may not be very difficult given […]

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The Truth About Canine Roundworms

September 3rd, 2008 · No Comments

Canine roundworms are parasites that take up residence in your dog’s small intestine and feed on bodily fluids and tissue. These worms, which can measure up to six inches, look like big pieces of spaghetti. They can be life-threatening to puppies and may also be transmitted to people. Transmission Most dogs get infected with these […]

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Tags: Dog Health · Dog Parasites