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Complete Dog Care Guide
Although dog care isn't rocket science, it can be confusing and challenging at times.
Your dog is your baby, best friend, snuggle-bug, jogging partner, bodyguard and so much more...
... so knowing how to take care of him (or her) properly is really important.
My site is designed to help you keep your best friend happy and healthy, and to make sure you get the most out of the precious and unique relationship that only a dog and their human can share.
Find the answers to all your puppy and dog care questions, all in one place.
Taking care of your dog is easier, and more fun, when you're fido-savvy :)
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Puppies are irresistible, and those early months with your little furball are precious and magical.
But they pass surprisingly quickly.... and before you know it Fido will be all grown up.
Over the years (ahem, okay, decades) I've learned a few things about caring for puppies.
It's important stuff, and a lot of it most new owners have to learn the hard way - through experience and a lot of practice!
But I'm going to share it with you right here!
If you take good care of Fido while he's small, chances are good that he'll grow up to be a happy, healthy, confident dog.
BUT your responsibilities don't end just because he's finally become a grown up!
Feeding, grooming, training, regular veterinary care, they're all equally important now.
These articles will help you keep on top of it all....
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There are just SO many things dog owners need/want to know about!
Some other pages you might want to check out include.... the true cost of dog ownership, tips for adopting an adult dog, learning how to understand your dog's body language, tips on choosing the dog right breed for your family/lifestyle... I could go on and on!
Then there's fun stuff like shared dog/owner activities such as agility classes, road trips, dog parties and dog-friendly vacations.
Plus the very best products on the market - including healthy dog treats, collars, dog id tags, tough dog toys, gift baskets, personalized dog gifts, grooming aids and much, much more.
How To Keep Up!
Keeping up to date with all the latest news, submissions, photos and articles on my site (and there are lots!) is easy when you check out my Dog Care Blog..... you can also find the most up-to-date changes in the 'Recent Articles' block.
When you subscribe to my RSS feed (small yellow square, top right hand corner of 'Recent Articles' block) you'll get regular updates right to your PC or laptop!
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I'm so happy that you've found this website and hope you enjoy your visit.
Please take time to browse through the many pages & articles, and if you have any comments, questions or suggestions (even criticisms!) please let me know.
I wish you lots of luck, love and slobbery canine kisses!
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