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No matter how much we love them, there’s no denying that dogs are not clean creatures. They lie on the ground, role in the mud or everywhere they find it comfortable to do so. Hence the bed smell and dirty fur. However, the bad odor is not the biggest concerns for you as a dog owner, the microbes, allergens and fleas are. If you don’t take care for your dog’s hygiene you are very likely to face a flea infestation of your home, as well as allergies caused by the microbes brought by your dog from outside

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Veterinarians and dog trainers say a dog harness is better than a dog collar, especially if you have a bigger, disobedient dog or one that is prone to upper respiratory ailments. Because a dogs harness embraces the body of a dog and not the neck alone, it provides increased level of comfort for the animal, enabling you to control it without uncomfortable neck pressure. This is essential for eliminating the risk of neck and trachea injury, regardless if you are using the harness for training or walking your dog

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Taking your dog for a walk is a pleasurable experience for both. But these enjoyable moments, or better said outdoor activities have a huge drawback called fleas. Yes, fleas. Those tiny, nasty and intrusive brown insects that invade your dog’s fur and consequently, your home. Dogs are particularly susceptible to fleas, particularly when walking, playing around or lying on grassy areas. Fleas love dogs’ fur and they cannot miss the opportunity to conquer it. But you, as a responsible and mindful dog owner, would do everything to make them go away, right? Here are some tips on how to identify, treat and prevent fleas. CHECK Your Dog For Fleas (Identify Them) If you have noticed your dog scratching itself frequently, it is very likely it

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