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Can I Give My Dog Rawhide Treats or Toys?

Can I Give My Dog Rawhide

Have you noticed that rawhide products are very popular and most pet stores are stocked with many different variations? Picking a good chew treat isn’t always an easy decision for dog owners which is understandable. We know that chewing for canines is important but, with so many products, picking one can be confusing. Rawhide seems like an easy choice but […]

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Can I Give My Dog a Bath with Human Shampoo?

Is Human Shampoo Okay for Dogs?

Everyone has their own routine for bathing a pet dog. Many people are just using human shampoo to maintain a fresh smelling canine coat. But there’s some doubt, and for good reason, regarding how suitable regular shampoo is for dogs. People want to know if there’s really that big of a difference! If your goal simply to have a nice smelling best […]

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Can I Give My Dog an IQ Test?

Can Dogs Have IQ Tested?

We’ve all heard of taking an IQ test. It’s for testing intelligence but we usually associate it only with evaluation of the human mind. What’s even cooler, and much more fun, is giving your dog an IQ test. People usually consider their own pet dogs to be very clever. What if you could truly evaluate how smart they actually are? […]

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Can I Give My Dog Dinovite?

Can Dogs Benefit from Dinovite?

Dinovite is a well known health supplement due to aggressive marketing campaigns. We get asked a lot about using it to improve canine health. Should you give your dog Dinovite? It’s time we address the issue. Their products claim to boost the immune system, reduce allergies, improve skin and coat as well as enhance digestion. Interestingly, since Dinovite contains bacteria […]

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Can I Get My Dog Eyeglasses?

Can Dogs Wear Eyeglasses?

Eyeglasses serve an important purpose for a lot of people but not for dogs. The thought of a dog wearing glasses can be funny even though canines have less than perfect eyesight and are basically nearsighted. Many older dogs struggle with their vision due to eye infections, Cataracts or Glaucoma. As the pet market continues to grow with more creative products […]

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