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When Should You Bring Your New Puppy Home?

When Should You Bring Your New Puppy Home?

Category: Dog Life
I was speaking to a well-respected breeder of Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers and mentioned to her that I had picked up my new puppy from his breeder at the age of nine weeks. She looked at me with some amazement and said, “Nine weeks? That’s leaving the puppy in his litter for an awfully long time. I believe that the scientific data says that the optimal time to send a puppy to its new home is at seven weeks—49 days to be precise. more
Your Border Collie’s Dream Vacation

Your Border Collie’s Dream Vacation

Category: Dog Life
This August 5–7th, 80 handlers from all over North America and their Border Collies will flock to Kingston, Ontario for the 29th annual Kingston Sheep Dog Trials Festival. The competition, Canada's biggest sheep dog trial (and the third largest on the eastern seaboard!), takes place on the banks of the St. Lawrence River and involves 680 sheep and four days of qualifying trials, leading to the final 17 competitors. more
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Common Canine Skin Conditions

Category: Health
Familiarizing yourself with common canine skin irritations and diseases is important to your pet’s health. Certain skin problems could be sign of a more serious underlying issue, such as physical pain, discomfort, or infection. more
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Petmate Acquires Precision Pet Products

Category: NewsBite
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South Korea To Regulate Pet Ownership In Order To Reduce Abuse And Neglect

Category: NewsBite
South Korea aims to regulate the increasingly common ownership of pets in a bid to promote an unsupervised sector that the government sees as economic growth opportunity, and to crack down on animal abuse and neglect. Measures announced on Thursday will enable South Koreans to legally operate services for pets such as animal cafes, hotels and funeral parlors, while imposing stiffer punishment on breeders found using unsanitary or inhumane methods. more

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