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Training A Dachshund

The numbers are in and they do not look good for Dachshunds.  In 2008 the University of Pennsylvania, (that’s right, the one in the Ivy League), shocked the world by identifying the Dachshund as...

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Pet Allergies

Almost everyone on the planet knows humans can have pet allergies.  Many people do not know that a pet can be allergic to his or her family members.  Pet allergies fall into three categories: ...

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Facts About Allergies Season

It is a new season.  The most fun of all for the allergy sufferer.  More than 79 million American homes have pets of the canine and feline varieties.  And pets can be a problem...

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Service Animals

There are people with disabilities in need of dogs that provide lifesaving assistance.  Those dogs are necessary and a part of the owner/patient’s life.  These dogs should, and are, allowed in every place the...

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Daschund Dental Care

Doggy dental care should be a part of your dog’s health care routine.  They can be expensive, so starting a fund when you get your puppy is a great idea.  Also, look into dog healthcare...

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Dog Food Dangers on Holidays

Dogs love the holidays. People are busy and often slack off when enforcing the rules. One of the most dangerous rules to skip over is that of feeding dogs table food. Some are toxic...

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Dog Devocalization

Devocalization is just as it reads – altering the vocalization of something.  In this article that something is a dog.  Surgically altering a dog’s vocal chords is a procedure to reduce the volume of a...

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Dogs on Rainy Days

Dogs do not like rain.  It is wet, cold, and yucky.  Getting your Dachshund to go out in the rain is an impossible task.  For most breeds rain is an inconvenience, but for Dachshunds,...