Posts Tagged “dog behavior”

Which Feeding Routine is Ideal for My Dog?

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Which Feeding Routine is Ideal for My Dog?

by Brenda Leary   Similar to feeding children, finding the right food for your dog is essential in fostering health and proper development. While many tips on how to choose the best feeding method for a dog abound, the choice depends on what works for your pet. This article discusses the two primary methods of…

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Top 12 Tips for Preventing Dog Bites

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Top 12 Tips for Preventing Dog Bites

  by Erin Askeland, Camp Bow Wow   Seek Proper Help to Ensure You Pick the Right Dog – Whether it is through a trainer, a shelter, or a local rescue organization, recruit an educated individual to help you find a dog that best suits your lifestyle. For example: If you have a child that is…

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Making The Best Of Playtime With Your Dog

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Making The Best Of Playtime With Your Dog

By Aly DelaCoeur Playtime with your dog is very important for many reasons.  It is a time for exercise, bonding and just plain fun.  Below are all of my tips for you to keep in mind about playing with your dog. 1. First tip is to remember that all dogs have different play styles. Some dogs…

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Kids & Dogs-Should being deemed “not good with kids” be a death sentence?

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Kids & Dogs-Should being deemed “not good with kids”  be a death sentence?

By Candace Bailey   Hopefully over the coming weeks and months, we’ll get to know each other here – me, the fledgling blogger, and you, the audience and fans of OregonDogLife.com. To that end, let me tell you a little bit more about myself.   In addition to having six dogs, my husband Bill and…

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