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Pet Knowledge Library - All About Dogs


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Featured Articles (17)
Adopting A Dog

A dog is a lifetime companion, not a disposable object. Here are important things to consider before you add this newest member to your family.

Aggression In Dogs

Aggression is the most common and most serious behavior problem in dogs. It’s also the number-one reason why pet parents seek professional help from behaviorists, trainers and veterinarians.

Are Dogs Actually Colour Blind?

One of the most frequently asked pet questions is, “Are dogs colour blind?” And one of the most frequent misconceptions is that the answer is a simple yes.

Distemper

Learn about the dangers of the canine distemper virus, how it can be diagnosed and prevented.

Dog Eating Poop - Why and How to Stop It

Some dogs only eat their own poop, while some love eating other animals' poop. If your dog is eating poop, you are definitely not alone.

Dog Walking 101

Things to take note of when bringing your dog for a walk, so both you have a fun and enjoyable time.

Exercise For Dogs And Puppies

Exercise for your canine is an essential. Here are some Do's and Don'ts for exercising with your dog.

Feeding Your Puppy

If you’re responsible for taking care of puppies in the first few months of their lives, you need to be prepared to move them from a diet of mom’s milk to regular puppy food.

General Dog Care

Tips and guidelines on caring for your canine buddy. Learn how to give it the necessary care, keep it healthy and happy.

Hip Dysplasia

Hip dysplasia is an abnormal formation of the hip socket that, in its more severe form, can eventually cause crippling lameness and painful arthritis of the joints.

Introducing a Dog to Cats

When you first introduce a dog and cat together, 9 times out of 10 the cat will be the one that is fearful and the first to bolt away. Learn how to gently introduce them and let them co-exist happily together.

Nutrients Your Dog Needs

It is important to ensure that your beloved dog receives the required nutrients for a healthy living. Here's what it needs.

Parvovirus

Canine parvovirus is a highly contagious viral disease that can produce a life-threatening illness. Make sure your dog is properly vaccinated.

Tricks To Teach Your Dog

Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? Here are 33 commands and tricks to teach your new or old canine - and how to do them.

Vaccinating Your Puppy

The vaccination of puppies is one of the crucial steps in assuring the puppy will have a healthy and happy puppyhood.

Weaning A Puppy

Weaning is the gradual reduction of a puppy’s dependency on his mother’s milk and care, generally beginning between 3 to 4 weeks of age.

Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

Nearly every dog eats grass sometimes, and some dogs eat it all the time. Here are some theories on why they chew the grass on your lawn.



User-Submitted Articles   Member
A Dog's Prayer

The journey through life with your dog and what little they actually require

 vani
Belgium Malinois History

A brief history of the Belgium Malinois dog

 yoga8247
German Shepherd History

A brief history of the German Shepherd dog

 yoga8247
Golden Retriever History

A brief history of the Golden Retriever

 yoga8247
Great Dane History

A brief history of the Great Dane

 yoga8247
Training in One Environment, Big Mistake!

This article walks through how to socialize your dog or puppy in a step by step process using the concept to achieve a "perfect 10" from your pet.

 KcDogGuy
Using Structured Playgroups as a Shelter Tool

This article explains how any shelter can begin the process to run structured playgroups within a shelter environment. This is the first article in a series that will walk a shelter through the process to create and manage safe playgroups in a shelter environment. Structured playgroups can increase adoptions and decrease shelter stress.

 KcDogGuy


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