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9 Signs: How To Tell If A Dog Has A Fever?

Trying to figure out if your dog has a fever is next to impossible. With a child, it’s a thermometer to the tongue. But, in case of pets, their behavior also notes a fever. They don’t want to play or have a special treat. Seeing your dog look up at you with those sad eyes easily breaks the heart.A dog’s average temperature is between 99.5 and 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit....
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8 Effective Tips: How To Give A Dog A Pill

If you are a dog owner, then you definitely know how much difficult it is to give medicine to your dog. No matter whether it is liquid or pill, some dogs are great, even masters at not taking or consuming their medicine. For these types of dogs, you have to be more smart and stealthy.If you are looking for some great tips to give your dog a pill, then...
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5 Effective Ways: How To Keep Dogs Out Of Flower Beds

Don’t you just hate it when your dog starts digging your prized flower bed, damaging your precious plants and making a mess that is likely going to take you hours repair? Luckily for you, this is a problem that most dog owners with a garden face and some simple but useful tips can help you address this problem for good. In this article, we are going to be looking...
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3 Fun Facts: Why Do Dogs Like Sticks So Much?

Usually, babies have an innate tendency to understand their surroundings. In this process, even a speck of small dust goes its way all along the baby's mouth, if we leave them unnoticed.Similarly, puppies would be very curious to know what is happening in the new world, in the new surroundings. In this process, a puppy puts sticks into his mouth. Some pet owners have complained their things went vanishing...
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Why Do Dogs Eat Paper?

Have you watched your dog nibbling some non-food items like paper along with the kibble you feed him? If yes, rush to a vet. The dogs happen to bite and chew paper because of a disease called Pica. When these fluffy creatures get Pica, they tend to eat paper, wood, sticks, cardboard boxes, etc.It is a psychological disorder found in dogs that compel them to chew down non-food items....
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