Month: January 2015

Large Dog Breeds
Dog Breeds
Shay Atik

Supersize Them – Large Dog Breeds

Large dog breeds are not for everyone. Their oversized bodies and boundless energy might prove too much for some. But these gentle giants are wonderful for the right owner.

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Tramadol for Dogs
Dog Health
Shellie Alyssa

Tramadol for Dogs

Tramadol for dogs is often recommended by veterinarians as an alternative to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Tramadol is often prescribed by veterinarians in tablet form and can be given to your dog on an empty or full stomach.

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The origin of the modern dog
Munchies
Shellie Alyssa

The Origin Of The Modern Dog

The modern dog, also known as the domestic dog, has a mysterious origin. Many scientists believe the modern dogs of today evolved between 9,000 and 32,000 years ago from a group of wolves that came into contact with European hunter-gatherers. Exploring new found evidence and scientific testing will help make the truth come out and determine if the modern dog really came from wolves.

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How Old is a Cat in Human Years
Cat Health
Misty Weldon

How Old is a Cat in Human Years

Most people have heard that dogs age around 7 human years for each dog year, but what is said about cats? Let’s take a look and see how old cats are in human years.

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Movies for Dog Lovers
Dog Parents
Misty Weldon

20 Must See Movies for Dog Lovers

If you love dogs and watching movies, then you have come to the right place. Here you will find a list of the top 20 movies about dogs. Grab some popcorn, curl up on the couch, and have a movie night!

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Tapeworms in Dogs
Dog Health
Shellie Alyssa

Tapeworms in Dogs

Tapeworms in dogs are also known as Dipylidium caninum. They are the most common tapeworms in dogs. They are segmented flat intestinal that live in your dog’s intestinal tract by using their mouthparts to attach to the small intestine.

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