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Dog and Puppy Care

Dog and Puppy care - we have the resources you need for dog and puppy care. Whether you're looking for general dog-care guidelines, hints on finding information on the importance of spaying or neutering, or advice on coping with the death of your beloved companion, you've come to the right place. Our dog and puppy care information will help you develop and maintain a long and rewarding relationship with your animal companion.

sheltie shetland sheepdog

windmill energy The dog above is my sheltie (shetland sheepdog) named Luke.   When looking for another dog, I had three rules, not too young, preferably not male, and definitely not with long hair.   This mutt failed all three rules, at eleven months old and living in a mobile home, he was a hyper yapping pain.  But, we took him when he needed a home, and with a yard and some socialization he has redefined my opinion of just how good a dog can be.   And completely revised my expectations of just what a dog is capable of.

Owning a dog is a joyful and rewarding experience -- IF the owner is adequately prepared. Take the time to learn about your puppy and its needs. This will help ensure a happy home for people and pooch alike, and can prevent situations that could be harmful to animals. If you're having a problem with your dog, seek advice. Most dog-related problems can be avoided or corrected with time, attention and knowledge.

SchnaeuzerThis site provides Dog and Puppy Care tips and some valuable information to help you maintain the physical and mental well being of your pet. You will find links to additional articles at the end of each page of category (or subcategory) of dog and puppy care. Head on down to the bottom of each page to see what's available! Or, simply look at the site map or the navagation column to the left.

If you don't have much time for a dog, go to a local shelter and save the life of a poor dog four years old or older, or don't get one at all.    They are too good a companion to be subjected to a lonely boring life.



Dog Breeds
  AKC Dog Breeds
  Airedale Terrier
  Basset Hound
  Bichon Frise
  Boston Terrier
  Bull Terrier
  Chow Chow
  Cocker Spaniel
  Doberman Pinscher
  German Shepherd
  Golden Retriever
  Jack Russell Terrier
  Labrador Retriever
  Miniature Pinscher
Dog Health Care
  Taking Your Dog to the Veterinarian
  Veterinarian Examination Process
  Nursing a Sick Dog
  Spaying and neutering
Grooming Your Dog
  How to Bathe Your Dog
  Eliminate Dog Odor
Feeding Your Dog
  How Much Should I Feed My Dog
Training Your Dog
  Changing Bad Dog Habits
  Training Your Dog for Proper Behavior
  Dogs That Chase Cars
  Training Your Dog to Come When It's Called
  Crate Training for Your Dog
Hypoallergenic Dogs
  Finding Hypoalergenic Dogs
  Grooming and Brushing Tips for Dogs That Are Hypoallergenic
  How to Help Dogs That Are Hypoallergenic
  Hypoallergenic Medium Sized Dogs
  Is the Schoodle a True Hypoallergenic Dog
  List of Hairless Hypoallergenic Dogs
  List of Hypoallergenic Dogs
  List of Top Three Hypoallergenic Dogs
  Small Dogs With Hypoallergenic Fur
  Small Hypoallergenic Dogs
  Tips on Buying a Hypoallergenic Dog
  Types of Hypoallergenic Hunting Dogs
  Types of Hypoallergenic Sporting Dogs
  What Are Common Signs of Dogs with Hypoallergenic Problems
  What We Can Do to Help Hypoallergenic Dogs
  What is a Hypoallergenic Giant Schoodle
  When to Buy Hypoallergenic Dogs
  Which Breed of Hypoallergenic Dog is Right for Your Family
  Why Do Small Dogs Help with Hypoallergenic Conditions
  Why Hypoallergenic Dogs Need Love
Traveling With Your Dog
Adopting Your Dog
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