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Entries from July 2009

Researching Mastiff Breeders

July 31st, 2009 · No Comments

Mastiff Breeder – The Good the Bad and the Ugly By Steve Blake If you’re on the lookout for your ideal mastiff pup, your best chance of snagging a wonderful pet is through contacting a good mastiff breeder. At a loss as to how you’re going to figure out if the breeder you’ve contacted is […]

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Tags: Dog Breeds

Does a Pug Make a Good Show Dog?

July 26th, 2009 · No Comments

Does a Pug Make a Good Show Dog? By John P Jackson Dog shows are all about the dog breeds, and a well bred dog comes before all the other facets can fall into place. Pugs make an excellent choice for show dogs because of their innate desire to please, but first and most importantly, […]

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Tags: Dog Breeds · Dog Shows

Dog Herbal Remedies

July 20th, 2009 · No Comments

Herbal Remedies For Dogs – Important Ingredients You Should Look For By Kirby West A lot of pet health experts these days talk about the benefits of herbal remedies for dogs. They say that domesticated dogs need health supplements in order to stay healthy. While most dog owners understand the need for such health supplements, […]

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Tags: Dog Nutrition

St Bernards in Search and Rescue

July 14th, 2009 · No Comments

St Bernards in Search and Rescue By John P Jackson In the past, the ancestors of the St. Bernard breed were used as working dogs. This means they were used as herders, hunters and watchdogs on farms, the dog we know today however, was bred for rescue purposes. In fact, the existence of a St. […]

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Tags: Working Dogs

A GPS For Tracking Your Dog?

July 6th, 2009 · 1 Comment

Keep Constant Track of Your Pet With the Dog GPS By Adam Webster Have you heard about a dog tracker? Do you need a system that can help you track your dog 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, all year round? You can no longer lose your dog and you can recover […]

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Tags: Dog Supplies