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Welcome to Your New Home...

It's that time of year isn't it?  When people consider having a pup or rescue dog join the family. It always strikes me as unfair when people bring home a new puppy or rescue dog and indulge them in privileges which in the longer term, they don’t actually want them to have. They allow the new dog to get away with certain things, which in time could encourage annoying or sometimes even dangerous behaviour. When my latest foster arrived, he was shown the rules of the house from the moment he walked through the door. Despite the fact that he was terribly neglected, emaciated and somewhat lacking in home social skills, it was made clear to him what was expected...

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5 Natural Ways To Boost Your Dog’s Immune System

Your dog’s immune system is like a security guard, constantly patrolling the body for potentially harmful pathogens such as bacteria and viruses, then eliminating them before they can do harm. In order to effectively do its job, the immune system needs healthy maintenance and an occasional boost. The following 5 methods may seem pretty simple, but when it comes to immunity, natural methods are best. 1. Healthy Diet Just about every time we cover a canine health topic, proper diet and exercise makes the list. This is because they really are that important! Aside from feeding a well-balanced, high quality diet, consider supplementing with “super foods” proven to naturally boost immunity. These include blueberries, broccoli, garlic, turmeric, bell peppers, spinach, yogurt and beans....

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This pet monitor is entertaining dog owners all over the US!

 Have you ever wondered what your dog gets up to while you are not at home? Then you need a pet monitor! Nothing seems different when you get back, but surely it’s possible that they could have been doing something unexpected while you were out. What else could have kept them occupied while you were shopping, seeing friends or taking the cat to the vet? Bella Bella is about three years old and has lived with the Davie’s in Crystal Palace for as long as she can remember. She enjoys long walks in the park, occasional social interactions with other animals (of the canine variety) and fetching random items for her owners (in the hope that she will receive a...

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