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    Pit Bulls: The History Of America’s Most Feared Dog

    October is Pit Bull Awareness Month. Why is there so much fear of Pit Bull type dogs? To understand that, you need to know a bit about how Pit Bulls are portrayed in today’s world, as well as the history of these dogs in the United States.

    by DogTime
    October 5th

    Bringing Home A Shelter Dog: A Guide To The First Hour, Day, Week, & Month

    While shelters are generally awesome with the post-adoption support, it sometimes helps to have a plan in place for those first few weeks and months. With that in mind, we’ve put together our top tips for what to focus on in that first hour, day, week, and month after bringing a shelter dog home.

    by John Woods
    September 29th

    Dog Vaccination: Pros, Risks, & A Sensible Schedule For Vaccines

    Dog vaccination is an important way to protect the health of our dogs. But increasingly, responsible pet parents are asking questions so they can make informed decisions about what’s best for their animals. Here’s what you should know.

    by Dr. Pippa Elliott BVMS, MRCVS
    September 2nd

    Dogs 101: Everything You Should Know About Dog Shampoo

    Even dogs who feel that a bath is cruel and unusual punishment have to get one once in a while. While some dogs with short coats can get away with just a water rinse, most dogs need shampoo. Here’s what you should know about picking the right dog shampoo.

    by DogTime
    August 19th

    4 Real World Examples of Dog Body Language

    Your dog will have a few behaviors that can tell you exactly how they’re feeling about the people and dogs they meet on their travels. But what are those behaviors, and how do we understand dog body language?

    by John Woods
    August 5th

    Dear Labby: Why Doesn’t My Dog Eat Without Me?

    Our reader’s dog won’t eat unless she’s right next to him during meal time. Dear Labby explains why and tells her what she can do to help her pup eat when she’s not home or when they pup is staying over with a sitter.

    by DogTime
    July 24th

    Dogs 101: Everything You Should Know About Brushing Your Dog

    Regular brushing removes excess hair from your dog’s coat and cuts down significantly on the amount of hair you have to deal with on your furniture, car, and your favorite black pants. It also helps distribute the natural oils in your dog’s fur and skin, keeping their coat healthy and looking its best.

    by DogTime
    July 17th

    10 Not-So-Secret Secrets For Having A Happy Dog

    One of our main concerns as pet parents is keeping our furry family members happy. However, it’s not always obvious what pleases our pooches. Luckily, we’ve got some tips to keep your dog happy that might help.

    by DogTime
    July 15th

    Dog Games: Fun Ways To Play With Any Dog Based On Their Personality

    Dogs like to play differently, depending on their breed, age, and of course, their individual personality. Just because your dog hasn’t responded to any of your dog games in the past doesn’t mean they won’t ever play. It just means you haven’t found the right game for your pup yet.

    by DogTime
    July 15th

    Dog Allergies: Common Types And What To Do About Them

    Allergies can’t be cured, but they can be treated, both with medication and by protecting your dog as much as possible from whatever’s making them sick. Here’s what you should know about dog allergies and what you can do about them.

    by DogTime
    July 13th

    Flood Preparedness And Safety Tips For Dog Parents

    Anyone who has watched a flash flood wash away a house in minutes knows the destructive power of these natural disasters. Flooding can be a very frightening time for people and their dogs, but there are thankfully many ways to prepare for this weather event.

    by Jackie Shelton, Owner of Top Dog Vitamins
    July 6th
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