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Are Dogs Colorblind

Are Dogs Colorblind?

It’s a widely held belief that dogs are colorblind and don’t see many colors, but is that true? The answer isn’t a simple yes or no. Let’s look into it.

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How to take care of your dogs teeth

How to Keep Your Dog’s Teeth Clean

Just like our human companions, we dogs need to take care of our teeth and gums. If we don’t, we can suffer similar problems: decay, tooth loss, swollen and painful gums, system-wide infection, and more. Here’s how to keep your dog’s pearly whites pearly and white.

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How to keep your dog warm in the winter

Keeping Your Dog Warm on Cold Days

If your dog doesn’t love the cold, it’s important to make sure they stay safe and comfortable during the winter. Just like you humans, we dogs can suffer and develop frostbite and hypothermia if we get too cold. Here are some things you can do to make sure your pet stays warm this winter.

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Common Dietary Supplements for Dogs

You humans aren’t the only ones who can benefit from the right dietary supplements; they can be good for us dogs, too. Dogs with particular conditions, such as arthritis, may get the most benefit, but even dogs that are healthy as a horse (so to speak) may see improvements.  If you’re curious about dietary supplements for dogs, check out the list below of some of the most common kinds. (Quick caveat: the FDA doesn’t test supplements for effectiveness and safety…

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Why Dog Grooming is so Important to Your Dog’s Health

Bonjour my lovelies! It’s no surprise that I, a Maltese, love grooming and looking my best. My owner Penelope takes me to the groomer’s often and it’s one of my favorite things – my own spa day. But did you know it isn’t just about looking gorgeous – dog grooming is important for your dog’s health. True! Here’s how grooming goes beyond looks to keep your dog in tip top shape. Matted Fur Dogs with longer coats may get matted…

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Common Household Foods and Plants that are Poisonous to Dogs | Snoozer Tails | Beckley

Common Household Foods and Plants that are Poisonous to Dogs

Us dogs are curious creatures. We like to explore, especially when we’re alone at home with nothing else to do. Even I, a lazy greyhound, from time to time will see if there’s anything interesting in the kitchen trash. (The answer is always yes.)

Unfortunately, there are a number of things in the household that can be dangerous to dogs. Some items may cause some mild digestive issues, while others are fatal depending on the amount ingested. Below are some things you may have at home that should be kept out of your dog’s reach.

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