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Young Girl Leaves City Comfort To Live In The Wilderness With Her Huskies

Animal Lovers News looks at a story of a young girl that goes to live in the wilderness with her huskies leaving the comforts of the city behind. Her life of solitude is something that she always longed for. Her determination and drive helps her to carry out her dreams in living a peaceful life […]

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Public back disease-detecting dogs

Dogs can be trained to detect human diseases. The majority of people surveyed are comfortable with having dogs examine human samples. Trained dogs have a 93% reliability rating in detecting prostate cancer vs the 60% reliability rating of machines that are currently being developed to complete the same task. The potential for dog detection of […]

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Remember, Remember Dog Safety and Fireworks In November

As the fall holidays approach, especially Halloween and bonfire nights, it is important to know how to keep your dog safe during this time of year. Costumes can be increasingly frightening for your dog as they might not take well to unfamiliar people or things in their life. There are many things you should and […]

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Africa’s anti-poaching dogs take to the skies

Poaching is and has always been a nasty blemish on the face of Africa. Many species are becoming endangered or are on the brink of extinction because of the lucrative business of illegally hunting creatures such as elephants and rhinos. To combat this practice, new forms of enforcement are being utilized including working dogs that […]

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Canine hyperactivity reflected in the blood count

Recently scientists have studied and taken part in studies involving the particular blood count of hyperactive and impulsive dogs. When it comes to these particular studies that were conducted by the scientists, the results had indicated that the metabolites of phospholipids, and tryptophan in particular differ from the blood counts of the control dogs used. […]

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This Is What Happens When Dogs Visit Care Homes

When it comes to dog’s senses, their sixth sense has often been harnessed for many different purposes. Recently a study was carried out by the London School of economics. This particular study was designed to test just how clever dogs are and also to work out whether or not dogs can actually predict Alzheimer’s in […]

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Love dogs, love woods!

Everyone pet owner knows that dogs need their space to run around. Routine walks increase your dog’s health and well-being. England’s woods are a wonderful place to explore, but there is a cost of £4.6 million every year to keep our woods preserved. Key Takeaways: Dogs like to take walks as much as their owners. […]

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Why Owning A Large Dog Might Help You Lose Weight

Studies have found that dog owner with large breeds are prone to greater amounts of weight loss. This is due to the fact that they are more likely to walk their dogs, therefore, getting more exercise. Owners with smaller dogs have been found to not walk their dogs as often. This is starting to show […]

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