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Whether raised to race or to be family dogs, Greyhounds are affectionate and social dogs. Learn more about this sensitive breed here.
Greyhounds are a sensitive breed, bred for racing. Find out their particular health needs here.
Greyhounds should have their nails trimmed on a regular basis. Learn how to trim your greyhound's nails here.
Is your Greyhound a picky eater? Learn what you can do (and what you can avoid) to get them to start eating again.
When it comes to training leashes, there are just so many to choose from. Long leashes, often called long lines, are useful for training your greyhound both indoors and outdoors. Learn how to give your greyhound that gorgeous powerful stride here.
Which dog breeds are best for retirees? This depends on your lifestyle and energy level. Find out which dog may be right for you.
The Boxer is a happy go lucky breed that makes excellent companions with a great sense of loyalty. They can suffer from stomach and breathing problems, among others. Learn more about Boxers here.
The title "Collie" most often refers to the Rough Collie, the breed of Lassie, famous TV starlet. Learn more about this beloved herding dog here.
Dogs and sloppy wet kisses seem to go hand in hand. However, there are some breeds that drool far less than others. Here is a list of dogs that some to keep the excessive drooling to a minimum.
Some of us just adore chatterbox small dogs, but they aren't for everyone. Check out this list of more reserved small dogs.
Just because a dog is paralyzed doesn’t mean their life is over. Many paralyzed dogs live full and happy lives thanks to dedicated owners. Read on to learn how to care for your paralyzed dog to help them live to their full potential.
Osteosarcoma is a bone cancer that is usually found more so in large breed dogs than in small dog breeds and cats. When your dog is diagnosed with cancer, it is important to learn as much as you can in order to get them the proper care and treatment needed. Learn more here.
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