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Entries from April 2009

Dogs For Therapy

April 30th, 2009 · No Comments

We all know that dogs and other pets can be very useful to humans that are ill. Nina writes an example of how dogs helped her husband out with his MS condition. Pets As Therapy When my husband was diagnosed with MS some 13 years ago, it was a shock, from which in some ways, […]

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Tags: Working Dogs

Dog Adoption Tips

April 23rd, 2009 · No Comments

A Few Tips on Dog Adoption Dog adoption is not something to be taken lightly or without forethought, especially if you plan to give a home to a shelter dog. One way you can help fewer dogs be put to sleep is adopting a dog from a shelter. You need to understand that most of […]

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Guard Dog Vs Protection Dog

April 17th, 2009 · No Comments

In today’s world, people feel a need for security, for themselves and their families. Some people want to keep their property or business secure from intruders. Although alarm systems can do the job, many people choose to get a dog instead. In certain breeds, this guarding and protecting is a natural instinct and dogs have […]

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Choosing The Right Breed Of Dog For You

April 13th, 2009 · No Comments

Choosing the right type of breed of dog for you is an important decision to make. The size of your yard, age of members in your family and many more things have an influence in your choice.¬† Sherry writes an article about choosing the right type of dog breed. Breeds of Dogs – An Important […]

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Dog Surgery: Amputation

April 3rd, 2009 · No Comments

All pet owners know that an accident is unavoidable. It can happen to anyone’s beloved dog no matter how cautious we may be. Another danger may be diseases that can have irreversible effects on its health and life, such as a malignant tumor. When worse comes to worse, dog surgery will be needed. In some […]

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Tags: Dog Health