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Change is very necessary otherwise your dog may get bored of eating same type of food again and again. I keep changing the type of food my dog gets every other day so that he stays excited about the "newness" on his food bowl.

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General dog chat / Re: Obesity in labradors
« on: Feb 15, 2017, 07:35 »
That is why Labrador should be taken out for walk and exercise (playing) more than most of the dog breeds.

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Dog foods / Re: DRY FOOD FOR CHIHUAHUAS
« on: Oct 17, 2016, 08:19 »
I used to give cashews, almonds, and peanuts to my dog until I read that dry fruits are not suitable as a dog food so I stopped serving my dog dry fruits. Thanks for starting this thread. I learned new tips by reading answers here.  :)

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Dog foods / Re: Grain-Free Diet For Dog?
« on: Oct 07, 2016, 07:22 »
Thanks for the reply. My dogs love foods that contain grains but I give them food which sometimes contains good amount of grains and sometimes no grain at all. It depends upon what food is being prepared in my house. My dog gets most of the things what I eat.

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Dog foods / Grain-Free Diet For Dog?
« on: Oct 04, 2016, 09:17 »
Do you guys feed your dog grain free food? I have been hearing good things about this diet for dogs so thought to ask members here. Read this article if you haven't heard of it before and please do share the kind of food you give to your barking fellow.  :)

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Grooming / Re: Guide dog bath properly
« on: Sep 15, 2016, 08:58 »
Nice to learn about properly bathing the dogs. I have included some points in my blog to make it better. I hope you will not mind.  :) You can check out my article on How to bathe your pet. I hope you will find it useful.

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Dog foods / Balanced nutrition for adult dog
« on: Aug 27, 2016, 10:56 »
Adult dog needs different type and amount of food.  it is extremely necessary to give your pet dog the right kind of food, so that it develops a healthy body and robust mind. Two meals a day in the stipulated amount helps the dog in better functioning of the digestive system. Read More here. I hope you will find this article helpful.

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Human food is the best alternative. But care should be taken that you don't give anything to your dog which can harm him as some of the human foods are dangerous for a dog's digestive system. Check out this important article about dangerous foods for cats and dogs.

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Thank you Coaster and Tinyplanets for considering my post as useful.  :) Every pet owner must have the habit of checking their pet's poop to keep an eye on the its health.

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General dog chat / Re: Fleas
« on: Aug 12, 2016, 08:18 »
Winter is comparatively fine. In monsoon season dogs suffer a lot from ticks and fleas. However, if the dog is properly vaccinated he won't get the fleas and ticks whatsoever may be the season.

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Feeding dogs with health problems / Four C's of Dog Poop
« on: Aug 11, 2016, 07:53 »
If you want to know how healthy your dog is, analyze its poop. There are 4 C's of the poop you have to analyze - Color, Consistency, Content, and Coating. Read Here for more detail.

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First of all, I would like to say thanks for this amazingly useful thread for pets owners. I here share one important article which tells about all those human foods that should not be given to our pets. I hope you will find it worth reading.

petsgroomingtips.com/some-human-foods-could-kill-your-pets

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General dog chat / Re: Soft toys
« on: Jul 12, 2016, 07:38 »
I give my dog a soft rubber ball. He chews it most of the times. However, the ball doesn't last long. I was looking forward to some toy which my dog will love and it stays durable for at least couple of months.

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Dog treats / Re: Recipes for home made treats.
« on: Jul 08, 2016, 08:42 »
I don't want to give my dog too much sugary treats. I found these treat ideas(petsgroomingtips.com/treats-for-your-dog-good-to-see-great-to-taste) very useful and will surely consider some of them for the training purpose.

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