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Blue Australian Cattle dogs are loyal and protective of both their family and property, possibly becoming aggressive if they think they are defending their "pack." Learn more about this breed here.
Australian Cattle Dogs need good training to make sure they don't herd other pets and humans. Learn how to keep your Heeler from nipping, biting, and herding.
The rough and tumble Australian Cattle Dog may not overtly show signs that they aren't feeling well. Learn what their coat may be telling you.
The Australian Cattle dog is a medium sized dog, generally happy and healthy. Learn more about this breed and their particular health needs.
Australian Cattle Dogs need food specially formulated to keep them fit and nourish their thick, all-weather coats. Learn more here.
A look at the oldest dogs ever on record, this article will show you that with proper care and a healthy diet, your dog could stay with you for much longer than you think. Check out these record-holding dogs' stories here.
A liver shunt is caused when blood flow bypasses the liver entirely. Find out what causes liver shunts in dogs and cats and what you can do to help your pet.
It’s natural for pets to chew and lick themselves, but when it becomes compulsive and constant, your pet can develop serious problems, such as lick granuloma. Learn how to tell if your pet's licking is getting out of hand here.
We all probably know a few dog breeds, but the American Kennel Club lists 175! Find out more about AKC dog breeds.
What type of dog lives the longest? While there's no way to know for sure how much time you are going to have with your dog, having a well documented estimate can give you some peace of mind. Here is a list of the 7 dog breeds that can be expected to make it to a ripe old age.
How can you protect your dog from hearing loss? The first step is to understand the leading causes of deafness in canines.
Lens Luxation is when the lens becomes detached from its normal location. This can cause major problems for your pet and even lead to blindness. Learn how to treat this eye disorder here.
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