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Dog Shedding

Shedding is a continuous process. No matter what breed of dog you have, or how well you take care of them, shedding is a normal event in the life of a dog. You can never totally eliminate it, and it is largely influenced by daylight. That's right…daylight! The shedding process is triggered by the number of hours that a dog is exposed to sunlight each day. This number is called a photoperiod.

You might have noticed that outdoor dogs shed quite a bit more than indoor dogs, or that your dog sheds more in the summer vs.

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The #1 Killer of Dogs Over 2 Years of Age

Today it's time to talk about something very important. It's not happy or cheerful, but what I'm about to tell you could save your dog's life. There's a chance that this could affect your dog and it's crucial to be prepared.

Each year, more dogs over 2 years of age are caused by one disease than any other. Not only that, but it affects 1 in 3 dogs in the same age group. This disease is cancer. The statistics are sobering but true - your dog has a 30% chance of being affected by cancer at some point in their life.

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Why Dogs Eat Grass

Is your dog a picky eater?

Is your dog a picky eater? Sometimes it's a personality trait that dogs have their entire lives, and sometimes it's a relatively new development. Before I give you some pointers on how to help "fix" your finicky dog, I'm going to ask you to put on your detective hat and look at four things first:
1.Be sure there are no underlying medical issues. Consult your veterinarian about your dog's picky behavior, especially if there is vomiting and/or diarrhea or any other signs of illness present, weight loss, or if the problem has developed suddenly.