Non-edible dog chews like Pet Qwerks Flavorit Bones are a great option for tough chewers who devour things like bully sticks in minutes!

Pet Qwerks Flavorit Bones Review - For the Tough Chewer

Non-edible dog chews like Pet Qwerks Flavorit Bones are a great option for tough chewers who devour things like bully sticks in minutes!

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Non-edible dog chews like Pet Qwerks Flavorit Bones are a great option for tough chewers who devour things like bully sticks in minutes!

Pet Qwerks Flavorit Bones Review - For the Tough Chewer

Non-edible dog chews like Pet Qwerks Flavorit Bones are a great option for tough chewers who devour things like bully sticks in minutes!

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Non-edible dog chews like Pet Qwerks Flavorit Bones are a great option for tough chewers who devour things like bully sticks in minutes!

Pet Qwerks Flavorit Bones Review - For the Tough Chewer

Non-edible dog chews like Pet Qwerks Flavorit Bones are a great option for tough chewers who devour things like bully sticks in minutes!

Non-edible dog chews like Pet Qwerks Flavorit Bones are a great option for tough chewers who devour things like bully sticks in minutes!

Pet Qwerks Flavorit Bones Review - For the Tough Chewer

Non-edible dog chews like Pet Qwerks Flavorit Bones are a great option for tough chewers who devour things like bully sticks in minutes!


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Dogs are territorial in nature, which is a good trait in the wild because the resources found in that territory are crucial to the dog’s survival. In the home the trait is important because the dogs guard our homes and alert us when an intruder is in the vicinity. However, excessively territorial dogs can pose a danger to other people as well as to the family members.

How to Handle a Territorial Dog

Dogs are territorial in nature, which is a good trait in the wild because the resources found in that territory are crucial to the dog’s survival. In the home the trait is important because the dogs guard our homes and alert us when an intruder is in the vicinity. However, excessively territorial dogs can pose a danger to other people as well as to the family members.

hey, where's my coffee? . . After years of fetching newspapers for their owners, we thought it was time for dogs to have a paper of their very own. . Adorable photo by @littleenzo_the_frenchie

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hey, where's my coffee? . . After years of fetching newspapers for their owners, we thought it was time for dogs to have a paper of their very own. . Adorable photo by @littleenzo_the_frenchie

Every dog owner has encountered a problem with chewing at one point in time. Although chewing is part of a dog’s nature, it can be destructive if the pet is chewing on your favorite couch or a new handbag. Thankfully, there are steps you can take to protect your belongings.

How to Stop Excessive Chewing in Dogs

Every dog owner has encountered a problem with chewing at one point in time. Although chewing is part of a dog’s nature, it can be destructive if the pet is chewing on your favorite couch or a new handbag. Thankfully, there are steps you can take to protect your belongings.

Basic training helps tame a territorial dog. If your dog is in the habit of refusing to share or drop a toy, train him with the ‘drop it’ command.

Territorial Dogs: How to Control the Behavior

Basic training helps tame a territorial dog. If your dog is in the habit of refusing to share or drop a toy, train him with the ‘drop it’ command.

I have personally lost many items to my Labrador. I like hanging my sheets out to dry when the sun is out and I would occasionally find them on the ground with my lab lying comfortably on one side and happily chewing the other end. But why do dogs like chewing so much?

Why Do Dogs Chew?

I have personally lost many items to my Labrador. I like hanging my sheets out to dry when the sun is out and I would occasionally find them on the ground with my lab lying comfortably on one side and happily chewing the other end. But why do dogs like chewing so much?

April is heartworm awareness month and as such we take a deeper look at the disease, its causes, symptoms and treatment.

Heartworm Awareness: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

April is heartworm awareness month and as such we take a deeper look at the disease, its causes, symptoms and treatment.

Most dog owners like to come home to a cheerful dog, and a lick here or there does not hurt either. But what is the composition of dog saliva, and can getting licked by your dog have a negative impact? Here are some facts about dog saliva.

Facts About Dog Saliva

Most dog owners like to come home to a cheerful dog, and a lick here or there does not hurt either. But what is the composition of dog saliva, and can getting licked by your dog have a negative impact? Here are some facts about dog saliva.

Heartworm disease is spread from pet to pet by mosquitoes. A mosquito bites an infected dog and carries the worm’s eggs to an uninfected dog as larva. The larva enter the uninfected dog’s body through the mosquito bites’ wound and stays in the body for six months as larva before they mature into mature worms.  The worms can live in the host’s body for up to seven years, meaning that every fresh bite introduces more worms into an infected dog’s body.

Heartworm Awareness: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

Heartworm disease is spread from pet to pet by mosquitoes. A mosquito bites an infected dog and carries the worm’s eggs to an uninfected dog as larva. The larva enter the uninfected dog’s body through the mosquito bites’ wound and stays in the body for six months as larva before they mature into mature worms. The worms can live in the host’s body for up to seven years, meaning that every fresh bite introduces more worms into an infected dog’s body.

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