How far can a dog Track a Scent?

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We all know how powerful a dogs sense of smell is but do any of us know the reason why? If you have ever wondered how dogs are able to track scents so far away  then this article   How far can a dog  track a scent   at Petsnap will satisfy your curiosity. Did you know that a dogs nose has […]

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How To Introduce A New Puppy to an Older Dog

Before you plan on bring your new puppy home try as much as you can to choose a puppy breed that is compatible with the breeds you already have. Bear in mind that any dog in your household considers the house to be his territory and so a new addition must be handled with care.   Before you plan on […]

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Is your pup trying to send you a message?

  Are they sick, worried, bored, angry, frustrated, grieving, sad, confused… ? We don’t always pay attention to dog signals… and it can be very frustrating for your pet. “Hey you! I’m talking here… !” Worse yet, it can wind up costing your dog their life if you don’t make an effort to understand their form of communication. We have […]

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Does Potty Pad Training Work?

  If there’s one thing that nearly all dogs have to learn it’s housetraining. But there are different theories about teaching housetraining or potty training. For some people housetraining may involve using a crate and teaching their dog not to soil in his bed area when he’s confined. For other people they may try to keep a sharp eye on […]

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What Kind of Dental Care Does My Dog Need

  Although we may not think of it as often as we should, our dogs need regular dental care just as we do. According to the American Animal Hospital Association, about 2/3 of pet owners don’t provide the dental care recommended by vets.   More than 80 percent of dogs will develop gum disease by age 3. The American Veterinary […]

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9 easy Ways to keep Dogs warm in Winter

Few things are more unpleasant than feeling chilled to the core, especially when you are unable to do anything about it. Unfortunately for dogs, many of them find themselves in this position when their humans forget to think of their basic needs… like “Is my dog warm enough!” So here are some practical ideas to consider if you think your dog […]

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Stop My Dog From Chewing

  Stop My Dog From Chewing Everything This is really easy to do so let’s get started. Chewing starts early and if you allow it to happen as a puppy it will continue into adulthood. This article will tell you how to keep it from happening if you have a puppy and also how to stop this bad habit if […]

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Why Does My Dog Eat Poop?

  If there’s one dog habit that genuinely disgusts most dog owners its poop eating.   When you see your dog indulging in this foul habit it generally makes you want to avoid doggy kisses forever. It usually leaves you wondering why on earth your dog would do such a thing.     Fortunately, eating feces (or coprophagia) doesn’t occur […]

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Get rid of urine marks on the Lawn

  If you’re like many dog owners you may be plagued by unsightly yellow spots in your yard where your dog urinates. Whether you’re a lawn fanatic or you’d simply like to have a nice-looking yard, here are some tips to help you get rid of these urine spots in your lawn.   Your dog’s urine is full of waste […]

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Puppy Proof your home

How To Puppy Proof Your Home When puppy proofing your home, the idea is to make your home safe for your dog. Dogs are constantly curious and their mouths serve as their hands. They are just as likely to eat something out of boredom, curiosity, or just because something is there.   Dogs are very capable of finding just the […]

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The link between exercise and training

  Dogs need proper exercise. Making sure you burn off excess energy can greatly impact the way your pet responds to your training efforts.   Here are a variety of ways for dogs to get the exercise they need. Utilize these ideas to get your dog in shape and be able to train a calm, relaxed animal. 1. What kind […]

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My Puppy Bite me!

  Some days during the week I pick my daughters up from school. It all depends on what activities they are doing and what time I am lecturing to . On this day as we drove home my daughter informed me that her friend was having problems with the new puppy. She told me that the puppy had bitten the […]

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Dog Sports For Your Dog

  Do you enjoy watching Purina’s Incredible Dog Challenge? Have you seen the big diving dogs? The name of the sport where the Labrador Retrievers go leaping into the pool is actually called Dock Jumping. You don’t have to have a Labrador Retriever to compete. Any water-loving dog can take the leap. This “big splash” is lots of fun for […]

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Poop Eating -the cure

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While poop eating is certainly one of the less appealing things that dogs do, there are ways to cure your dog of this little habit.   It helps if you know what’s making your dog eat poop. Is he lacking in nutrients in his dog food? If so, he may be eating poop to try to get vitamins and minerals […]

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Dog Emergencies

Do you know what to do if you encounter a dog in an emergency situation? Whether it’s your own dog or a dog you’ve never seen before, your actions can save a life. Here are some steps you can take.   Two Crucial Steps In every dog health emergency stay calm and think. Approach an injured dog cautiously. Dogs may […]

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Healthy and Natural Dog Treats

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Some people consider dog treats the canine equivalent of junk food and, at least in one regard, they are correct. Dog treats can be empty calories without much nutritional value. They can even be downright bad for your dog, depending on the kind of treats you purchase. But there are some treats that are healthy and natural. If you are […]

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