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Dog treadmills allow owners to walk their dogs at any time

Best Dog Treadmills: Keeping Up With Walks in Any Kind of Weather

Dogs enjoy their exercise routines - no matter what's going on with the outside environment. But you're not always so sure. Poor weather conditions or less-than-ideal times can make you hesitate. But having a wound-pup canine doesn't work, either. That's where dog treadmills come in. Your favorite pup gets plenty of exercise, in the safety and comfort of your home!
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Dog head shaking can mean many things - some benign

Dog Head Shaking: What Does It Mean and When Do You Worry?

You often see your dog shake their heads at certain times: after a bath, when they finish swimming, and if they get up from rolling in the grass or dirt. But sometimes all of that head shaking continues. How are you supposed to know what's normal and what's cause for concern? We'll break down dog head shaking into easy to understand pieces. Because sometimes? That shake CAN lead to problems.
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While you may see cats eat dog food now and then, it's not something to encourage

Can Cats Eat Dog Food? When Pets Switch Food Bowls

When you share a house with cats and dogs, it's inevitable that the two will sample the other's food. And you may think nothing of it. When you look at the ingredients, they probably sound similar. And while the occasional bite won't do much harm, you shouldn't allows cats to eat dog food. The two diets aren't as alike as you may think. We'll show you the differences.
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Peruvian Inca Orchids - or PIOs - can be hairless OR coated

The Peruvian Inca Orchid: An Ancient Hairless Breed You May Not Know

People are enchanted by hairless dog breeds. And while some of the naked pups out there are more common than others, they all carry a certain whimsy and mysticism about them. This goes double for the Peruvian Inca Orchid, or PIO. Their history is recorded as far back as the 6th century. And they're so important to the culture of Peru, they've earned a national designation! That's enough fame to make anyone want to learn more about them!
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Toxic plants can cause problems for cats and dogs, even in small amounts

Toxic Plants That Pose a Hazard to Cats and Dogs

You like to keep plants around the house to brighten the rooms. Even if they don't produce flowers, you enjoy the pops of green. And in the yard? You enjoy a variety of plant life. But if you share a home with cats and dogs, making sure the green things you have nearby are safe is a big deal. Many of our favorite flowers, shrubs, and even herbs can cause harm. This list of toxic plants may surprise you - and cause you to reconsider where you keep your prize cuttings.
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Dog brushes come in different styles for every dog coat

Best Dog Brushes for Sleek and Shiny Canine Coats

Every canine comes with a unique coat type. Some are thick and fluffy. Others? They have tight, constantly-growing curls. And some have almost no hair at all. But every dog needs regular grooming to keep shedding from getting out of control. And even short hair can turn into mats if not cared for. Good thing we have the top dog brushes for every dog out there!
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Dog shoes work in summer, winter, and everything in-between

Best Dog Shoes to Protect Paws in Every Condition

You may think dogs wearing shoes is nothing more than a fashion statement. But when you live surrounded by pavement, dog shoes may prevent your pup from damaged paws. Even indoors, this canine accessory can provide your dog with the extra traction they need on the floors. And the fact they look adorable doesn't hurt, either.
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