The appeal of canines as man’s best friend goes back hundreds of years. As such, dogs have left a significant mark on popular culture. Their presence can be felt in literature, film and TV. Below are some of the most popular fictional dogs. Lassie Perhaps the most popular dog of the silver screen is Lassie,…

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Dogs use their senses of smell and taste to process external stimuli, so giving him or her chew toys often eliminate ruined furniture and torn clothing. Sometimes it is hard to determine when toys need to be replaced, but the most common signs are damaged toy pieces and bad odors. The most common odors associated…

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Did you know there are a lot of things you didn’t know about your best friend’s nutrition? No, it’s not Mark, Or Jenny, it’s your dog! Here are ten things you didn’t know about your dog’s nutrition. 1. It’s not the taste; it’s the smell Many dog owners have the misconception that dogs feel the…

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Puppies are full of energy and a lot of fun. They can also be a lot of work, especially if they do not outgrow problematic puppy behavior. Many dog owners do not realize that they may be adding to the problem by unwittingly reinforcing bad behavior. Play is an essential part of a puppy’s growth.…

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