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Grief in dogs: when the animal partner is missing

Dog Keeping Grief in Dogs: When the Animal Partner Is Missing Grief in dogs can become extremely great when the beloved dog partner dies. Death is as close to the pet as it is to the owner and often ends in a major depression. However, you can help your dog to overcome grief.
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Kitten Osamu plays detective

Playing kitten Osamu is playing detective "What is going on under the covers?", Kitty Osamu wonders, puzzled. In this video, the playful velvet paw carefully tries to find out what is hidden under the blue cover. Has an unwanted guest sneaked into the young cat's home?
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Ragdoll tomcat Timo: friendship with Minion?

Famous cats Ragdoll tomcat Timo: friendship with Minion? In this video Ragdoll tomcat Timo presents his new cuddly toy: a Minion, like the squeaky yellow helpers from the film "I - Despicable Me", who got their first film in summer 2015. Whether on the couch or in bed: the fluffy kitty takes her buddy with him wherever he goes.
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Tibetan Terrier: playful family dog

Sugar-sweet Tibetan Terrier: Playful family dog ​​The Tibetan Terrier is a playful and affectionate family dog ​​- Image: Shutterstock / Fotokostic The Tibetan Terrier is a playful dog that is ideal for keeping in the family. You can get impressions of the dog breed in our picture gallery.
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Cutting dog's claws: which tools should I use?

Dog Keeping Cutting Dog Claws: Which Tools Should I Use? Cutting dog's claws yourself requires a bit of practice and the right tools. Before you can start, the best way to show the technique to your dog owner is by your veterinarian or in a dog salon. Important for cutting claws at home: The right tool - Image: Shutterstock / Imfoto If you want to cut your dog's claws at home, you should never attempt an experiment with nail scissors or other household items.
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Symptoms of chocolate poisoning in dogs

Dog Food Symptoms of Chocolate Poisoning in Dogs The symptoms of chocolate poisoning in dogs are varied and usually occur with a delay. Sometimes owners don't even realize what the problem is - one reason why poisoning is so dangerous. Symptoms of chocolate poisoning in dogs include cramps and vomiting - Image: Schutterstock / Warren Goldswain The cause of chocolate poisoning in dogs is the substance theobromine.
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