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Pet Gates for Dogs

Coming home to a guilty dog, pieces of upholstery strewn about and a toppled trash can will drive any pet owner crazy. Indoor pet gates keep both your buddy and your home safe while you’re away, while giving him a bit of room to romp and play.Almost Free to RoamPet gates keep your buddy contained without feeling cramped.
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While a woman may display the glow of pregnancy well before it begins to show on her belly, your pregnant canine companion is not as forthcoming with news of her pending litter. The average canine gestation period is 63 days; in many cases, your dog may not display signs she is pregnant until 40 days into her pregnancy.
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4 legends about dogs and cats: are they true?

Behavior 4 Legends About Dogs and Cats: Are They True? "Dogs that bark don't bite", "Cats always end up on their paws", "Dogs and cats don't like each other", "Dogs and cats only see black and white" - there are numerous myths and sayings like these about our animal ones Partner. But what is it about these legends?
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Breeds of Dogs Most Susceptible to Gastric Torsion

Gastric torsion, also known as bloat, twisted stomach, or gastric dilatation-volvulus, is a deadly condition that strikes quickly from rapid food consumption and requires immediate medical attention. While any dog can suffer from gastric torsion, it is especially prevalent in giant breed or deep-chested dogs, or dogs that are older or significantly overweight or underweight.
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Magical fun with pug puppies

Sweet dogs Magical fun with pug puppies What do a few cheerful pug puppies do when they are allowed to walk around the houses almost alone for the first time? Of course, play a lot! But of course in the pug way - and it's just adorable. First you run across the meadow as quickly as the short legs can do it.
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Miniature vs. Toy vs. Standard Aussie Dog Breed

According to the American Kennel Club, the Australian shepherd ranked No. This loyal and loving breed is available in three distinct sizes.The Standard SizeThe Australian shepherd originated in the Pyrenees Mountains between France and Spain. Basque farmers introduced the dogs to Australia when they immigrated there.
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