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Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

It’s one of life’s little mysteries: Why do dogs eat grass? Or is it. But wait…you say…Dogs eat grass to make themselves sick. Everyone knows that! A-ha! Gotcha. Experts (presumably with plenty of time on their hands) have studied how many dogs vomit after eating grass. And the surprising answer is “Not very many.” As […]

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Pet Insurance for Yorkshire Terriers: The Rapunzel of the Dog World

Tips to Finding The Best Pet Insurance for Your Yorkshire Terrier A dog originally bred for hunting rats and protecting their home, pet insurance for Yorkshire terriers will give your dog protection against unforeseen vet bills. Yorkshire terriers don’t shed. Instead, their hair grows just like human hair. Indeed, left to grow some Yorkies are […]

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Pet Insurance for Chihuahuas: Protecting your Big-Little Dog

Tips to Finding The Best Pet Insurance for Your Chihuahua Dodge big vet bills for your small dog with pet insurance for Chihuahuas. It’s said that the ancient ancestors of the modern Chihuahua, had mystic powers and were able to heal the sick, see into the future, and safely guide the souls of the dead […]

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Pet Insurance for Maltese Terriers: An Ancient Breed that needs Modern Medicine

Pet insurance for Maltese terriers makes the cost of modern medicine accessible for this ancient breed. Why are Maltese terriers white? The ancient Romans fell in love with this little dog from Malta and believed white to be a sacred colour. That was around 4,000 years ago, and successive generations of selective breeding perfected that […]

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Pet Insurance for Poodles: Keep your Greatest Showpup Happy and Healthy

Poodles are great little performers with star quality. Their intelligence, trainability, and natural athleticism means they learn tricks quickly. Indeed, it’s often more tricky to find the best pet insurance for poodles. To keep your best buddy turning tricks, means looking after their health. Although a robust breed (after all, those gorgeous fur pom-poms of fur […]

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15 Steps to Solve Separation Anxiety in Dogs

How to Stop Separation Anxiety in Dogs? Shake up your leaving routine Slip out a different door Low key departures Make home a nice place to be Low key homecomings Reward quietness Resist the urge to comfort your canine Doggy distractions Watch your body language Plenty of exercise Stretch those apron strings Decrease the dog’s […]

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Is a Teacup Dog Right for You?

Teacup Dogs? There Not Everybody’s Cup of Tea. Take a cute thing – like a toy dog breed – and make it smaller. Does its cuteness diminish? No! Instead, the smaller something is, the more cute-appeal it has. Ta-dah! Teacup dogs. Whilst teacup dogs are arguably the cutest thing ever, it’s important to look deeper […]

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Why Not Having a Dog Seat Belt Could Cost You £5,000

Do you travel with your dog in the car? Does my dog need a seat belt when in the car? To answer the first question first: From a quick run to the park to a day trip at the beach, the chances are your dog regularly travels in the car. Actually, insurance company research tells […]

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All You Need to Know about Atopic Dermatitis in Dogs

Call it what you like: atopic dermatitis, allergic dermatitis, or an obsessively itchy dog; this condition is distressing for both dog and pet parent. Whilst there’s no cure for allergies in dogs, they can be controlled. This article explains how. What is Atopic Dermatitis in Dogs? Knowing how allergies are triggered empowers you to take […]

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Dog First Aid Kit 101

Are you ‘first aid ready’ if your fur friend has an accident? Could you bandage a cut paw or know how to disinfect a dog bite? Both are common scenarios and great examples of why every pet parent needs to be prepared for minor wounds and injuries. Prompt treatment may prevent infection or stop vital […]

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