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Take a day off with your dog

As crazy as it might sound and in today’s economy…taking a day off with your dog will greatly improve your quality of life. I know for those of you living up north it’s kind of hard going out because it’s really cold. However, you can still take a day off and dedicate it entirely to your canine friend. Give him/her an especial treat, and play his/her favorite game. Take him to the beach or to a park if the weather allows you to do…


Added by Angelica on November 8, 2011 at 6:38am — No Comments


Does anyone have some memories to share from your previous dogs? I’ll love to hear from you. One of my previous dog (Cookie) hated frogs & cats. He loved to wear my reading glasses & each time I wanted to grab them he turned his head. I believe Cookie thought he was human ha ha. He didn’t sit like a dog & he loved watching TV. He had his own reclining chair nobody could touch. The chair was next to a window. So… he was watching TV and looking outside at the same time. He was…


Added by Angelica on October 19, 2011 at 8:46am — No Comments

Diarrhea in Dogs

Diarrhea is a sign of intestinal disease in dogs just as in humans. Eating inappropriate food is one of the main causes of diarrhea. There are also worms, bacterial infections, viral infections, and parasites causing diarrhea in dogs. Many dog owners feel frustrated because what’s good for them might not necessarily be good for their pets.  When a diarrhea is severe you might need a solution from the vet. Your dog will lose lots of fluids & therefore dehydration is inevitable.  In any…


Added by Angelica on October 5, 2011 at 6:37am — No Comments

Can dogs eat human foods?

Onions, garlic, grapes & chocolate are bad for dogs; especially chocolate which poison becomes in their system. They are not able to absorb it. Beware of chicken bones. Salty, sweet (high in sugar content), or fatty should be avoided as well. Some dogs are allergic to some particular foods. If you see your dog vomiting or having diarrhea chances are that he is either allergic or has a stomach virus. Yes, dogs can catch a flue & pass the stomach flu. Just like humans, they pass worm,…


Added by Angelica on September 23, 2011 at 5:42am — No Comments

Dog Bronchitis: Is your doggie coughing?

Dog bronchitis usually affects small to medium-sized breeds that are over one year of age. The causes of dog bronchitis are not always known. However, researchers say that cigarette smoke and urban pollution could be one of the causes that lead to bronchitis. The overpowered immune system of a dog with frequent viral or bacterial infection is most of the time unwilling to protect the dog from such infection. Therefore symptoms such as wheezing, loss of appetite, frequent gagging and…


Added by Angelica on September 21, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments

Your Best Companion

There have been times in my life when my dog has been my friend and only companion. At least, that’s the way I have felt. Even family and friends will never understand you as well as your dog do. I don’t think I can scientifically prove this. All I have is my life’s experiences. However, researchers have found out interesting things about how pets help you have a better quality of life. For example, spending time with your pet…


Added by Angelica on September 15, 2011 at 9:13am — No Comments

Adventuring with your dog

Summer is already gone and you might have missed out the warmest time of the year to go out with your dog and have some fun. The holidays are soon coming and you are going to have plenty of time to go outdoors. However, it might be chilly outside, and might can catch a cold… Go outdoors and have some adventures with your dog while it’s still warm. The time will come when you’ll just look at each other’s faces and…


Added by Angelica on September 9, 2011 at 5:47am — No Comments


Vivacious, wild, and entertaining. Annoying barks, paws that touch heaven. A glowing smile that captures life. Swallowing hate, showing kindness. Strangers passing by, scanning them. Trying to communicate an unknown tongue. Only angels understand your stanzas, the messy rhymes hidden in your tongue. Signs of deteriorated health begin to show. Sunny days saying good bye, going to a much brighter light. Your eyes go dim, your voice… Continue

Added by Angelica on August 31, 2011 at 9:15am — No Comments

Ovarian Tumors in Dogs

Most of these tumors are seen in older dogs yet I think it’s very important taking care of your dog when she needs you the most. Some symptoms are loss of appetite, fever, abdominal enlargement, hair loss, and many others. You can feel some ovarian tumors by the simple touch of your hands. However, an abdominal ultrasound might be the best choice if you see the symptoms but can’t feel the tumor. Be supportive of your dog. It’s as… Continue

Added by Angelica on August 15, 2011 at 4:31am — No Comments

How is your Dog’s Social Life?

The key is to expose your pet to other pets different shapes, sizes, and colors, earlier on his/her puppy years. He will eventually get accustomed to it and chances are when he grows up he won’t be as scared or alarmed when he sees a strange creature in his surroundings. Think about it, if you, out of a sudden, see people walking around your house that don’t quite look as humans but perhaps some type of sick alien. What… Continue

Added by Angelica on August 5, 2011 at 5:00am — 2 Comments

What if my Dog were Super Dog

Have you ever thought about what would happen if your dog were Super Dog? He would fly in the sky, and rescue victims from Katrinas, Tsunamies, and tornadoes. He would bark at the evil and corrupt. He would grab the airplane flying into the Twin towers with his paws and place it on the ground like a toy. He would pick the noblest mate and make sure he brings her the nicest treats. He would get instant muscles without going to the gym. But what about the fame and the dangers you would face for… Continue

Added by Angelica on July 27, 2011 at 6:46am — No Comments

Dog Allergies & Allergies to Dogs

Animals have allergies as well. Every day substances such as pollen, animal dander, mold spores, etc will deprive your dog from a healthy living. The most common signs a dog will show when having an allergic reaction are face rubbing, biting, scratching, and chewing the skin. Most allergies are inherited but they can be prevented by avoiding the causes thereof. A physical examination and taking some lab tests might help.  Dogs can…


Added by Angelica on July 13, 2011 at 4:31am — No Comments

Dog Shelters

Food prices are increasing, and our climate is rapidly changing. I’m not a preacher of global warming but I hope we ever change and let compassion warm our hearts. The amount of dogs taken to the shelters each year is increasing by the millions. The excuse is not having plenty of food to feed them or lack of resources... There are very little chances for these dogs to be adopted and euthanasia is applied. Our world is changing. Dog shelters have always been there but now they are increasing.…


Added by Angelica on July 6, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments

Dog Obesity

It can definitely shorten your pet’s life span. As much as twenty five percent of dogs and cats going to the veterinarian today are obese. Obesity might cause some health problems: heart and liver problems, diabetes, arthritis, bladder cancer, and skin disorders. Make sure you read dog food labels and get good info on what chemicals in the ingredient list are fattening or harmful for your dog. The first ingredients on the label…


Added by Angelica on May 20, 2011 at 9:04am — No Comments

Mythic Dog Days

Hot-humid days of summer or dog days are approaching and some of us already have symptoms. The brightest start in the constellation Canis Major is called Big Dog.  The Canis Major constellation is shaped like a dog and the Big Dog Star is right on the doggy’s neck. Big dog is also known as Sirius in Ancient Greek meaning “scorching.” They believed that Sirius, although only visible in the winter, was accompanying the…


Added by Angelica on May 18, 2011 at 4:32am — No Comments

June 24, 2011 (Take your dog to work day)

How many times have you left your dog crying and only wished you would have taken him/her with you? Good News! On Friday June 24, 2011 you have the chance to take your dog to work. We spend more time with people at work than with our families, friends, and pets. Some of us are lucky we have friends at work but that’s not the case for everyone. Take advantage of this opportunity. It’s an especial day to take your canine friend to work.…


Added by Angelica on April 11, 2011 at 9:24am — No Comments

Things to do with your dog

There are many fun things you can do with your dog. Dog camps, for instance. What can be more fun than taking your dog to a Dog Camp? Your dog will learn new things and develop competitive skills. Look for some health guidance in these camps, or weather or not they have a veterinarian, good trainers, or plain good skills in general. Each camp has a different style so just make sure you choose the one that better fits you. Games are…


Added by Angelica on March 3, 2011 at 6:46am — No Comments

Hunting Hounds

There are different categories of hunting hounds, the sight hounds (hunt by sight), and scent hounds (hunt by scent). Some hunting dogs are good for working either on water or on land and some work on both. Dogs were able to provide men with food, clothing, and even helped out to build their rudimentary houses. Dogs were men’s best friend. I imagine, back then, the bonding between men and dogs was special since dogs helped you out on nearly everything. Nowadays we go to work and leave our…


Added by Angelica on February 18, 2011 at 10:32am — No Comments

How to bury your pet?

These are subjects most of us don’t like talking about. We think our pet’s health will never deteriorate. However, the time will come when all of us, including our pets, will have to face death. Some people  pay for their burial expenses before they die because they just hate the idea of becoming a financial burden on their families. It is sad when families ask friends for money to bury their loved ones because it’s extremely…


Added by Angelica on February 14, 2011 at 11:46am — No Comments

Famous Dogs

We all have heard of famous dogs in commercials such as Gitget “The Taco Bell Chihuahua.” She died in of a heart attack in 2009. She died when she was 15 years old. Can you believe this dog always flew first class? She is also the dog from Legally Blonde II. Chihuahuas’ are supposed to be, smart, friendly, and very loyal dogs. Does anyone remember Lassie produced by Robert Maxwell? (Also known as Jeff’s Collie and Timmy and Lassie) It was televised from 1954 to 1973. I…


Added by Angelica on February 7, 2011 at 11:05am — No Comments

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