The Life Cycle of Dogs

The Life Cycle of Dogs

Your dog goes through several stages in its life, and knowing what to expect from each one can lead to a better understanding of its nature.

Here we are going to discuss the life cycle of dogs and what to expect in each one.

The rate at which your dog ages varies depending on the quality of care, nutrition, and genetics.

The four main stages are puppy, junior, adult, and senior, but there are others too.

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Information on Dogs and Puppies

Information About Dogs and Puppies

It’s hard not to become caught up in the excitement of getting a dog, but preparation is vital to give your puppy pal the very best start.

If you are looking for information on dogs and puppies, you are in the right place.

This guide also includes lots of advice on choosing your new dog.

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How to Master Dog Training

How to Master Dog Training

Are you making these training mistakes?

In this post, you will learn the seven most common mistakes, how to avoid them and subsequently, learn how to master dog training.

This guide also includes lots of helpful advice on how often you should train your dog.

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What to Ask When Adopting a Dog (Top 3 Questions)

Adopting a Dog

If you have recently been thinking of getting a new dog, have you considered all the options available? The obvious choice people make, when considering a new dog, is to go to a specialised breeder. A good dog breeder will be able to sell you a puppy which has been checked for genetic problems, and diseases etc. and will very often provide you with a high-quality pedigree dog that should be free from any issues that can plague some animals. This is ideal for a lot of people, but of course, will come at a price. There is an alternative; adopting a puppy or an adult dog. Now you need to know what to ask when adopting a dog.

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Best Dog Automatic Feeders 2020

Best Dog Automatic Feeders 2020

It may not have crossed your mind about dog automatic feeders, and perhaps you can’t see the benefits of having one; however, they can be handy. First of all, they work on timers, so it is easy to keep to a regular feeding schedule for your dog. So, if your dog is an early riser, and you fancy a lie-in, then they can help themselves to breakfast!

If you have to be away from home for most of the day, perhaps you usually leave out an extra bowl of food. However, I can guarantee that your dog will immediately eat both of them, possibly leading to a poorly stomach and obesity. Take a look at my list of the best dog automatic feeders in 2020, and see how they can make your life easier.

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