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Is your Greyhound a picky eater? Learn what you can do (and what you can avoid) to get them to start eating again.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
While looking for dogs who don't shed may having you barking up the wrong tree (since all dogs with fur shed at least a little), you might try your luck with a short haired dog that requires minimal grooming. These dogs are all low maintenance when it comes to brushing.
Miniature Schnauzers are a breed that require regular nail clipping. Learn how to trim their nails here.
The United Kennel Club recognizes over 300 dog breeds and varieties. Find out which ones they recognize, some of which you may not have heard of before!
If you're tired of shelling out dollars for a groomer to give your dog a bath and a trim, and are considering the DIY route, first get informed about what your specific dog will need.
Are you wondering what the usual life expectancy of your dog is? Lifespan for dogs varies from breed to breed. Find out what the average lifespan of your dog is here.
We all probably know a few dog breeds, but the American Kennel Club lists 175! Find out more about AKC dog breeds.
Dogs come in all shapes and sizes, and different dog breeds can be affected by different health concerns. This list of dog breeds outlines the predisposed genetic conditions common in each breed. See what your dog might have in store, and how to prepare.
Keep your dog’s weight in the right range for their breed with this chart that shows the optimum weight for over 200 different breeds.
Pannus is an inherited eye condition in which the cornea can become so inflamed that it causes vision problems or even blindness. There is no cure for this progressive condition. However, if diagnosed and treated early, the process can be slowed immensely.
The Miniature Pinscher is a long lived, lively dog, often wary of strangers, and very independent. Learn more about this breed and their health concerns here.
Small dog grooming can vary from breed to breed, but some guidelines will hold true for all small dogs. Take a look at our checklist.
Many different breeds of cats can come in white, but some more often than others. Find out about these white cat breeds.
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