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Some dogs are just about as small as can be! These miniature dog breeds will bring heaps of love into your home.
When a dog is given up by a family, sometimes it's because that pet outgrew their expectations or abilities to care for a larger sized pet. If you know you're looking for a petite pooch, take a look at these breeds that stay small.
Designer dogs gained popularity due to their celebrity owners. But, how do designer dogs stack up to pure bred dogs? Learn designer dog breed facts to quickly educate yourself.
A list of the best products to treat your dog to this holiday season. We are your one stop dog shop for the holidays and all year long.
Boston Terriers are wonderful life long companions. Learn more about how to deal with this dog's sensitive stomach, breathing problems, and other health issues.
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.
Like most dogs that were originally bred to be fighting dogs, the French Bulldog is now a great companion to many pet parents. Learn more about this breed's health concerns here.
Periodontal disease is the number one oral disease affecting dogs and cats. It's easily preventable however. Learn more here to keep your pet smiling.
Periodontal disease is caused by a number of things, from bacterial build-up to tooth loss. Learn more about this oral disease here.
Eye infections in pets can develop into serious issues if left untreated. Here are the 5 things you need to know about eye infections in cats and dogs.
Upper respiratory infections are highly contagious bacterial or viral organisms that spread very easily amongst cats and dogs. Most animals contract URI while in a crowded location such as a kennel, the groomer's, or a shelter.
You've probably seen most of these common cat breeds at some point or another, but you might be surprised about the most common cat of all -- making up 95% of US cats!
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