How to properly punish the dog, beat or not beat-that's the question
Usually this question is faced by many dog owners: what act of a dog can serve as a reason for punishment and how to properly punish a dog? This task…

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Can I have a dog or cat if I have an Allergy?
What should I do if I have an Allergy, but I really want to have a pet? Are there any hypoallergenic breeds? Is there a chance that the Allergy will…

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How dogs are taught to look for drugs and explosives
Dogs have a very sharp nose, and their sense of smell is 50 times sharper than a human's. They can smell the right object for several kilometers. Hunters take a…

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Why does the dog limp?

Did the dog start limping? Unfortunately, this happens often. Sometimes the cause is on the surface: an injury, a splinter in the foot, or a recent injection. And sometimes the owner throws up his hands in bewilderment: there are no visible injuries, and the pet suddenly stopped leaning on the paw! Why is this happening? What to do in such cases?

The dog is limping: causes and prevention
Lameness can occur due to a huge number of reasons. They can be divided into two main groups: external and internal.

External causes include mechanical damage: cuts, abrasions, injuries (dislocations, fractures, bruises, etc.), cracks on the paw pads, splinters, injections, insect bites. Continue reading

What danger do autumn leaves pose?
Dogs love autumn leaves! You can play with them with your foot, or you can bury your head in them. Be sure to take a picture of your pet in…

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10 rules of dog training
Many dog owners want to expand the capabilities and abilities of their pet. Of course, you can resort to the help of a dog handler, in this case, the training…

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How to protect the dog's paws from reagents?
The reagent saves us from ice, but it also has a downside-especially for dogs. How is the reagent dangerous and how to protect your pet from it? Walking with your…

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Double teeth in dogs
During the first year of life, the puppy's milk teeth are completely replaced by permanent ones. Usually the dog has an "adult" set of teeth by 7 months. But sometimes…

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