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New Product Hides Your Dog's Embarrassing Grey Hairs

Category: Dog Life
  April 1, 2016 Tired of looking at your dog's greying facial hair? When your young-at-heart pooch starts to show his age, turn to Just for Dogs Moustache & Beard Brush-In Colour Gel! This innovative product gets rid of grey in only 5 minutes! Available for blondes, brunettes, and black-haired dogs, this miracle product offers your dog that much desired youthful lustre. Isn't it time you brought out the best in your dog's facial hair? more
How to Introduce Dogs

How to Introduce Dogs

Category: Dog Training
Your average cocktail party has a variety of characters making an appearance. You’ve got the exuberant (some might say pushy) guy who acts like you’re his long-lost cousin, hugging you the second you meet. He spends the rest of the night invading your personal space. There’s the introvert, starting a conversation with the host’s cat rather than talk to any of the other guests. You might find a socialite, perfectly charming, fluttering among the guests like a sparkly vision, but never settling on anyone too long. more
How Smart is Your Dog?

How Smart is Your Dog?

Category: Health
You only go to the vet maybe once a year for those regular check-ups and booster shots, but, sure enough, whenever you get within five blocks of the vet's office, your dog starts whining, panting, and looking anxious. Does she really remember from year to year the exact route you drive to get there? more
DIY Yogurt

DIY Eat: Why You Should Give Your Dog Yogurt

Category: Nutrition
Yogurt has a long, storied history, going all the way back to the Neolithic peoples of Central Asia, around 6000 BC, when herdsmen began milking their animals. Back then, storage containers were made from the stomachs of animals, and the milk naturally curdled and fermented, helped along by the natural enzymes found in the stomachs. more
Dog Noises

What Do These 6 Dog Noises Mean?

Category: Dog Life
It can be super frustrating for both parties when your dog is clearly trying to tell you something, but you just don’t know what it is! Body language can be a large indicator of what your dog is trying to say, but so can the variety of sounds they make. Here are the explanations behind some common dog noises that will help you better understand your best friend. Barking: more

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